Thanks not least to its broad, market-appropriate product portfolio, BASF Hungária Kft. can lookÂ Â Â back on another successful year.
Top Manager in Discussion:Kay-Uwe Blandow, CEO of IVG Hungary Kft. While things are quiet onÂ the construction front at property development company IVG HungaryÂ too, CEO Kay-Uwe Blandow is focusing his attention primarily on letting and the property and asset management of the firm’s existing properties, as well as the acquisition of long-term property investments for the institutional property funds of IVG Hungary’s parent company.
Robert Bosch Kft. recently held the ground-breaking ceremony of its new head office in Budapest. The Budapest Times spoke to the company’s CEO, Thomas E. Beyer, about the background to the investment and about Hungary as a business location in general.
At the end of September, consultancy firm PwC opened an office of its own in Gy?r which will soon have 20 employees. We spoke to the two leaders of the new branch office, auditors Kornélia Lett and Dieter Joachim Böhm, and to Armin Krug, who has been assisting German clients for years at PwC in the framework of the German Business Group, and asked them about the reasons for establishing the office and what the company hopes to achieve with this step.
Commerzbank is one of the few banks that are faring well even in these difficult times. CEO András Kozma explained to The Budapest Times why that is.
A wine shop named Vinorium specialising in Eastern European wine has opened in Váci utca. We spoke to its founder and owner László Puskás, who grew up in Austria, about the concept for the shop and the Hungarian wine market.
Automotive sector supplier Hirschmann celebrated the 20th anniversary of the company in Békéscsaba last Friday and Saturday. The event also saw the official opening of a new 1,200-square-metre production hall. We spoke to CEO Peter Inzenhofer about how the company is faring.
Although major fields in the insurance business are facing difficult conditions, Uniqa CEO Othmar Michl tells The Budapest Times that he has managed to keep his company in the black again this year by choosing the right focus, adopting an appropriate incentive policy and uncompromising quality management.
Dale A. Martin has been at the helm of Siemens Zrt. for just over a year. We spoke to him about the focus of his work, what he has achieved thus far and about the developments of the Hungarian Siemens Regional Company.
Marie-Theres ThiellÂ has been at the helm of the Budapest electricity works ELM? NyRt. for just over a year now. She spoke to The Budapest Times about current questions of Hungarian energy policy and a use of electricity that is particularly close to her heart: E-mobility.