You are invited to a Special Trade Briefing and Business Networking Reception hosted by the Embassy of Hungary at the Department of State Development, Western Australia.


Time and Date:   5pm, Wednesday, 7th June 2017

Venue:                   Conference Room 601

                                  Level 6, 1 Adelaide Terrace

                                  Department of State Development

Cost:                        No charge


Please see the attached invitation and Register your attendance.  There is limited seating and early registration is strongly encouraged.


Business Connect Hungary  will be presented by Dr. Tamas Deutsch, Trade Commissioner of Hungary in Australia with an introduction by the Department of State Development of Western Australia’s International Trade & Investment Division.


Hungary adorned by the majestic River Danube, this culturally rich and highly educated nation of peoples, boasts 13 Nobel Prize winners in mostly STEM subject matter expertise from a population of 9.8million people.   A European Union and NATO Member nation,  Hungary is not a member of the Eurozone. Its currency - the Hungarian Forint (HUF) generates a current GDP of purchasing power parity in excess of $USD260 billion.  Its  total two-way merchandise trade with Australia in 2014-15 was valued at A$515 million, with Australian imports totaling A$491 million and  Australian investment stock in Hungary  A$350 million in 2015, (http://dfat.gov.au/trade/resources/Documents/hgry.pdf). Successfully resurgent from the GFC and offering a dynamic, modern business and banking environment, Hungary is on track with its economic growth to consolidate its position as an important EU regional trade services partner.


Business Connect Hungary - Special Trade Briefing - will inform attendees about Hungary’s economic sector and highlight new trade and investment opportunities in Hungary and central Europe today;  including advancements in important economic growth sectors including:

  • Med-tech
  • IT services (Software development, SSC)  
  • Logistics
  • Mining
  • Education
  • Water management


On behalf of the Embassy of Hungary and Hungarian Trade Commissioner to Australia, Dr. Tamas Deutsch, we look forward to welcoming you to the Hungary – Business Connect Trade Briefing.


Further Enquiries – please contact Mary Jardine Clarke – on Tel: 0400 22 88 17.

RSVP, Friday 2nd June 2017 directly to terence.wong@dsd.wa.gov.au

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