Swisscham Hungary’s website
The focus of our regular activities is the organization of informative and special programs to promote networking.
We place great emphasis on the continuous information of our members and online followers: we publish Swiss and Hungarian business news as well as news of our members on our platforms.
We welcome new ideas and work to answer any questions that arise, not just for our members.
Since we represent one of the largest Swiss companies (Zutltzer Kft.) In Hungary, it was a natural thing to be a member and even the president of the chamber.
Our company wanted to be a member of a chamber that lies its base on the common interest of companies with similar backgrounds and thinking.
We are past a lot of successful collaborations with the chamber, of which perhaps the organization and support of a dual vocational training study trip is worth highlighting first.
I believe that exchanging information between members of such a chamber can often help more than any business consulting firm.
Working together has become a commitment where I would like to share my experience and resources in maintaining the existing relations between Switzerland and Hungary and encourage the greatest possible development of future business relations.
As a Swiss company, we consider it important to belong to the community of other Swiss companies and work together for our common goals.
It is exciting to see the life of the management of other Swiss companies operating in different business lines, to understand the way of operating, the scheme of thinking that is more characteristic of them.
The operation, activities and objectives of Swisscham are very close to me. We have established an excellent personal relationship with Júlia, István and the members of the Supervisory Board.
I hope that through my previous companies I will be able to perform consulting tasks in the fields of energy, transport, information technology and innovation in Hungary and Switzerland.
In addition to getting to know their domestic activities, it was also exciting to establish personal, almost friendly relations, for which chamber events always created a perfect platform.
Our group of companies has been a key supporter of the Chamber for 18 years.
Of particular value to me and to the Swiss-based Philip Morris I represent is the fact that [Swisscham] provides channels for both constructive two-way communication with the government and other business actors.
In addition to economic relations, we have managed to make many friendships in the past and I think it will be so in the future. It’s good to have a community where we can meet new and old companies and expand our economic knowledge, we can help each other in some form.
I want to be more active and contribute to the further development of Swisscham and such a position is a new challenge.