In a brand new series, AmCham Hungary will look into the most important events and trends shaping the global and regional economy and geopolitics at the beginning of the new decade with esteemed guests and experts.
Our first subject is Brexit
The United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31. Brexit could determine the shape of the UK for decades and will have major impact on European geopolitics. What happens next? We have the honor to have H.E. Iain Lindsay, the British Ambassador to Hungary on the podium to help us understand the aftermath of the split.
Date: Wednesday, March 4
08:30-09:15: Arrival and Breakfast
09:15-09:20: Welcome Address
09:20-09:40: Keynote Speech by Ambassador Lindsay
09:40-10:20: Moderated discussion, Q&A
The event will be held in English without translation.
Location: Budapest Marriott Hotel (1052 Budapest, Apáczai Csere János utca 4.)
Participation fee: AmCham members in good standing: HUF 16,000 + VAT / person; Non-members: HUF 26,000 + VAT / person
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