BPDC is up and running virtually
More Hungarian companies are expanding internationally. On November 13, 2020, as part of the Business Promotion & Development Campus (BPDC) program, the Embassy of Hungary in Washington DC organized a personalized virtual mentoring day to promote the U.S. market expansion of Hungarian tech firms.
The Embassy of Hungary celebrates Day of Hungarian Sign Language
Last week, we celebrated 'Hungarian Sign Language Day' to recognize the language, which keeps us connected to our deaf communities. Our embassy is honored to work with Hungarian companies in the United States, such as SignAll, who are currently testing some of their innovations in the Embassy of Hungary's Business Promotion & Development Campus.
Invitation: Budapest Energy Summit on December 1, 2020.
This year the Budapest Energy Summit (BEST 2020) goes virtual on December 1, 2020. The leading regional energy conference creates a unique one-stop-shop for all interested in the policy and economic developments of the energy industry in Central and Eastern Europe, together with their Transatlantic dimension.
INVITATION TO WEBINAR: Nexus of Humanitarian Aid and Persecution
The Government of Hungary and International Christian Concern present the „Nexus of Humanitarian Aid and Persecution” webinar on November 16, 9.00-10.30am EST.
Balassi scholarship 2021
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade announces that the application in the academic year of 2021 for the Hungarian Language and Cultural Studies Program is now open.