On the 4th of June, AmCham president Dr. Farkas Bársony and Digital PTF Co-Lead Péter Molnár participated at a professional meeting discussing the Digital Workforce Program

  • June 14, 2018
The Digital Workforce Program , a joint effort of the government and various stakeholders of the business community was launched at the Digital Labour Market conference in April 2017, which was organized by the ICT Association of Hungary in partnership with AmCham Hungary, German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Big Four in order to call for a sector-wide cooperation addressing the growing issue of digital labour shortage and the development of digital competencies.

At the June 4 meeting, Tamás Deutsch, Prime Ministerial Commissioner for the Digital Success Programme; Gáborné Pölöskei, Deputy State Secretary for Vocational Training and Adult Education; László Parragh President of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Ádám Horváth from the Center for Digital Pedagogy and Methodology summarized the latest achievements and presented the current objectives of the Digital Workforce Program. The presentations were followed by an interactive discussion, during which AmCham representatives highlighted the importance of speed as a determining competitive advantage for businesses and Hungary as well; and that all developments should be made in consideration of the global relevance.