We are kicking off April and starting the spring soon with Context!
Our topic for the 8th of April is Green Sustainability: The Progresson Race to Zero, with the panel representing both the Hungarian and British state sector as well as a multinational private company. Join us and register here for free.
But without further ado, please find the profiles of our speakers below.
Deputy State Secretary for Energy Policy
Ms Andrea Kádár is currently the Deputy State Secretary for Energy Issues at the Ministry of Innovation and Technology. She has been at her post since 2014, with the first four years coming under the Ministry of National Development.
She has extensive previous experience in governance and foreign affairs, having worked a number of illustrious posts over the past two decades, mainly at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including being the Permanent Representative of Hungary to the European Union in 2010-2011.
HMA Paul Fox
Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Hungary
HMA Mr Paul Fox is the recently appointed British Ambassador to Hungary, having assumed his post during this Autumn.
Head of Global Business Services Europe
As Head of Global Business Services Europe, he made successful efforts with industry-wide recognisation and awards in Hungary to improve their Business Services Centers and Shared Services Centers in the country.
Kinga Kalocsai has a sound track record in change management, online marketing, PR & communications, digital transformation and go-to market strategies on an EMEA level. A trusted C-suite consultant, with strong business acumen and the right growth mindset.
After 15+ years leadership experience with bluechip companies, Kinga started her consultancy last year and is now supporting SMEs – helping them to dream big and to translate their aspirations into actions with tangible results. She is now working with private healthcare provider FirstMed and has refrences in the ICT and business services industries.
Kinga has been serving on the BCCH Council for 5 years, she was executive sponsor of the BCCH-uSchool Youth Enterprenuer program and designed several stakeholder events to support the Chamber’s key strategies of knowledge transfer to SMEs.