Hungarian weekly Forbes published an article about Hungarian companies specializing in producing and distributing vegan food and dietary supplements. Tamas Nagy and Marci Olah, students at the CEU Business School Innovations Lab, were also interviewed. Nagy and Olah founded their company Absorice in 2012, and have been developing their products and business with great success.
https://forbes.hu/uzlet/a-skype-nagyik-is-szivesen-elcsevegnek-a-magyar-robotokkal/ - Hungarian news portal forbes.hu reports: Students of the CEU Business School in the CEU Business School InnovationsLab, Akos Deliaga and Gergely Kalydi, together with two other team members formed Talk-A-Bot, a start-up venture that was selected by Viber as an official “P
Hungarian weekly Figyelo carries an article by Gyorgy Bogel, professor of management at the CEU Business School about the stages of industrial development and digitalization.
Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the weekly (1.12.2016. pp.50-51. Digitalis felforgatas).
http://www.origo.hu/techbazis/20161126-symposium-2016-t-systems-magyarorszag-szakmai-konferencia-onmagat-fejleszti-a-multiceg.html - Hungarian news portal origo.hu reports: T-Systems Hungary organized one of the largest conferences of the Hungarian infocommunication sector on November 30th.
http://orientpress.hu/cikk/2016-11-24_bankot-iranyithattak-a-huszonevesek - Hungarian news portal orientpress.hu reports: At the most popular financial competition of Hungary, the K&H Bank’s Student Cup organized for the 8th time this year, the student teams from CEU and Corvinus University proved to be the most capable from altogether 754 particip
Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: Gyorgy Bogel, professor of management at the CEU Business School discusses the advantages and disadvantages of ‘smart’ living in terms of housing and home equipment.
http://24.hu/belfold/2016/11/09/a-preziben-elarultak-mitol-lehet-szexi-egy-vallalkozas/ - Hungarian news portal 24.hu reports: According to Noemi Alexa, assistant professor at the CEU Business School, a CEO from the start has to make efforts to create a company culture that is in accordance with his or her own convictions, and also has to live these values.
http://hvg.hu/enesacegem/20161028_Pistyur_Veronika_CESA#rss - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu reports: CEO of Bridge Budapest, Veronika Pistyur received the Central European Startup Award. The prize is given for those who make outstanding efforts in helping startup communities. Bridge Budapest, together with the CEU Business School and Transparency International created a program by which possibilities are easier to access and influence on future endeavours are more likely possible for startups.
Hungarian news portal hvg.hu published an article by CEU Business School Alumna Ceclila Ban (BUSI’15) about investing in China.
http://hvg.hu/brandchannel/ceubusiness_20160805_tudunke_tartosan_novekedni_versenykepessegunkon_javitani#rss - Hungarian news portal hvg.hu published an article by Maria Findrik, associate professor of Business Economics, Director of International Executive MBA (IMM) at the CEU Business School. The article discusses Hungary’s competitiveness.