IFAT hosted the roundtable discussion of Prezi’s founder and the director of innovations from the Trading House
On 29 November the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a roundtable discussion on the opportunities of Hungarian start-ups for entering the global markets. Péter Árvai, founder and CEO of Prezi and Sebestyén Tamás, director of innovations of the Hungarian National Trading House were invited as participants of the roundtable.
Henry Oryem Okello, the minister of state for Foreign Affairs of Uganda arrived to an official visit to Hungary.
On 20 November 2017 the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted the international conference ‘The Achievements of 16+1 Cooperation in the Latest Five Years’. As a satellite event of the annual summit of ‘16+1’ the conference provides a platform for research institutes from countries participating in the collaboration mechanism. The event offered an opportunity for the 80 experts and journalists attending the conference to share thoughts and experiences regarding the ‘16+1’...
The Student Council of the University of Szeged organized a public lecture about the Spanish-Catalan conflict on the 13th of November, 2017.