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Primary News – Big Guns for Youth

Primary News - Big Guns for Youth

This week, for the 14th time, the National Association of Young Entrepreneurs (FIVOSZ) is organizing the main Hungarian Youth Economic Education event, Young Entrepreneurs Week – Business and Jobs Fair, between Tuesday and Thursday. Well-known corporate executives such as Mark Zappados, General Manager of Mogyi Kft will also be participating. , Laszlo Sabjani, Managing Director of WOLT, and Karoli Hazoga, Director of Wholesale Sales at MOL, at one of the most anticipated events of the year. The online event is also streamed on FIX TV, but it’s worth signing up for exclusive content and career tips at website.

This year, Young Entrepreneurs Week will be held from 23-25 ​​November 2021 in more than 170 countries around the world as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, organized by VOSZ. Again, the goal is to encourage young people to start their own business and to give good advice through successful entrepreneurship and career development.

A lot of tangible businesses, investments and businesses have been generated in recent events. Perhaps it is no coincidence that this is one of the most anticipated events of the year for young entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, career builders and those searching their way, who can be enriched not only with potential role models but also with tips and advice for good success.

The three-day event will feature top executives from local brands such as Wizz Air, MOL, E.ON, Mogyi, Kotányi, WOLT, OTP Bank, TLF Capital and GP Consulting, Béres and Gerbeaud.

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The main focus of discussions and presentations will be on innovation, development, continuous renewal and changing generations, so the three-day conference will cover everything related to career, business and success. It will be about sustainability, flexible working, new technologies, digitization, the importance of finance, and of course lots of exclusive stories and good advice.

As in previous years, the series of events is free, but registration is required, and exclusive content is available and free to watch after registration. The conference will also be broadcast online on FIX TV every day from November 23-25 ​​from 7pm.

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