After a successful Hungarian Summit held in the State of Florida last year, the organizers decided to “bring that same vibe to Hungary” for 2023. The conference with a number of distinguished speakers and guests of business, scientific, cultural, sports, and political backgrounds set off this week on the campus of the National University of Public Service.
According to their website,
The Hungarian Summit is a prestigious event that brings together industry leaders, government officials, and innovators from Hungary and around the world. It aims to foster collaboration, showcase opportunities, and explore the latest trends in various sectors, including business, technology, education, and culture.”
As the blog of organizer Piros Pauzek, HungarianHub President and Honorary Consul of Hungary in Central Florida proclaims, they like to welcome participants to their events that are
cheerful, kind, good-natured people, those who, instead of offering negative criticism, help and suggest how we can make the event better together and strengthen relations between our two countries. Those who love both Hungary and the USA.”
File photo: Facebook/Piros Pazaurek
In terms of the invitees, she commented that they are elected representatives of the US and Hungary, who will help strengthen the relations between the two countries in the fields of economy, education, culture, tourism, and more. In this morning’s panel for example, entitled “What has America given you?” Sándor Makra from McDonald’s Hungary, Dr. Károly Jókay, CEO of the Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission, actress Szonja Oroszlán, and journalist Mónika Pokrivtsák, share their experiences.
Jordan Jiloty, General Manager of NASCAR, Keith Norden, CEO of Team Volusia and Derrick Henry, mayor of Daytona Beach, Florida will speak at the panel discussion “Hungary and Florida: Creating Economic Opportunities.”
This year’s sponsors include the HungarianHub, Nascar, UCF, to mention a few with Bodri Winery, Julius K-9 pet food producers, and Bestrong Sports solutions listed among Hungarian Supporters. The Hungarian American Coalition, the Liszt Institute New York, and Budapest Metropolitan University are some of the strategy partners.
The 2023 summit is already as big a success as last year’s event, with tickets having sold out on day three.
Via Hungarian Summit, Featured image: Facebook/Hungarian Summit