As most of the restrictions were lifted and life is returning to normal, we are focusing our fourth edition of Context on how newly opened or opening SME businesses dealt with the situation and their lessons learned.
With Context, we aim to facilitate a wider discussion of the pandemic’s effects on business, provide vital information and ensure knowledge transfer during the economic slowdown, and share the views and thoughts of a wide variety of business leaders.
With the current event therefore, we feature multiple businesses who were in the process of opening on a new market when the pandemic hit and thus had to face unexpected and unique setbacks and we will have a leading Hungarian business law firm alongside to offer their expertise and guidance for similar situations in the ever-changing legal landscape. Their experiences should be highly useful to get first-hand experience on what to do when your business launch is affected by a crisis out of your control.
To provide both their expert and personal views, as well as their experiences, our panel will feature Judit Budai, Senior Partner at Szecskay Attorneys at Law, James McQuillan CEO of Kifli.hu and Andrew Thompson, Co-founder of Brit-Magyar Bilingual School.
With a legal affairs expert and multiple recently-opened businesses represented, we are well-placed to cover best practises for future unexpected situations.
The event will be hosted by BCCH Council Member Kinga Kalocsai of Kalocsai Consulting and will be conducted in English.
Date: July 7, 16:00-17:00
Venue: MS Teams – Links will be sent 2 days before the event to every registered guest.
The event is free of charge.
You can register for the event on this link.
We are looking forward to seeing many of you at the event, even if only virtually.
The BCCH Team