Hungary

Established in 2008, Hungary has become one of the most active Regional Groups within our network.

EACD Regional Debate in Hungary

Wednesday 25 June 2014
Event: 
EACD
Location: 
House of the Hungarian Press (MÚOSZ)

The EACD is proud to invite you to our upcoming regional debate in Hungary, which will take place on Wednesday, June 25 from 10.00am to 12.00 noon at the House of the Hungarian Press (MÚOSZ) in Budapest.
 
The topic of the event will be "Premium chocolate in 60 million different ways - The role of the consistent and premium communication in a Hungarian enterprise that could conquer a world within 4 years".
 
We look forward to welcoming our speaker:Gábor Mészáros,  founder and owner of the chocoMe chocolate brand and chocolatier.
 
After graduating in economics, Gábor Mészaros started working at Heineken Hungária where he was responsible for the trade marketing activities of the Horeca segment. After having worked at Heineken for six years, he had to leave the company due to the economic crisis and reorganization. Throughout a period of seeking a suitable position, he gradually developed an idea of starting his own business. Eventually chocolate turned out to be the ultimate choice. In order to learn the tricks of the trade, Gábor attended the Belgian Chocolate Academy where he got acquainted with the process of making chocolate and developed it to excellence. In the four years since the foundation of chocoMe more than 1 million chocolate bars were sold in 17 countries and three more countries are joining this September.
 
chocoMe was established with a mission to create the perfect bar of chocolate. Since perfection means something different for each chocolate lover, chocoMe provides the possibility of creating more than 60 million different unique chocolate bars. In the spirit of compromise exemption, all chocoMe chocolates and packages are still handcrafted ones, without using large manufacture production, and only premium category ingredients are used for its products.
 
The event will take place at:
 
House of the Hungarian Press (MÚOSZ)
1064 Budapest, Vörösmarty str. 47/A
 
*Please note that the session will be held in Hungarian*
 
As usual the event will be free of charge, compliments of the EACD.
 
We would be delighted to meet you at the event!