Professional Women’s Association Event, Budapest, 26 March

  • 25 Mar 2015 8:04 AM
Professional Women’s Association Event, Budapest, 26 March
Professional Women’s Association: Invitation to the conference „Knowledge Transfer – Practical Intelligence” and the gala evening following the event on 26 March 2015, Thursday The conference is organised by the Professional Women’s Association and the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary Corinthia Hotel Budapest (1073 Budapest, Erzsébet körút 43-49.)


2:00 – 2:30 Theresa Bubbear – Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy Budapest

2:30 – 2:50 Katona Melinda – President of the Professional Women’s Association

The moderator of the afternoon roundtable discussions: Kata Nyitrai – television journalist

2:50 – 2:40 1st Round table: Society, public life: A good example is contagious: the impact and good solutions of the media to improve practical intelligence, the role of communication rhetorics
Panelists: Dr. István Síklaki – social psychologist; Gabriella Jakupcsek – journalist, TV presenter, teacher; Andrea Tóth – BCCH Board member, László Mérő - mathematician, journalist, psychologist

3:40 – 16:00 Break

4:00 – 4:50 2nd Round table: The formation of organizations – corporate solutions and their application in practice, the role of mentoring in knowledge transfer
Panelists: György Szabó – President of Menedzserek Országos Szövetsége/The National Association of Managers; Lajos Mocsai – Rector of the University of Physical Education, former handball player, former Head Coach of the men’s national handball team; Ibolya Gothárdi – HR Executive at Vodafone; Dr. Klára Csíkné Kovács – Executive Director of Karrier és Stílus/Carreer and Style, Zoltán Gazsi – Managing Director of Eisberg Hungary Kft.

4:50 – 5:40 3rd Roundtable: Our everyday lives – our female tricks and our other half
Panelists: Anna Sándor – Owner of the Spinoza Theatre; Éva Patzauer– Executive Director of Csodalámpa Alapítvány/Magic Lamp Foundation; Dóra Sárdi – Head of Pagony children’s bookstore network; Anna Zétényi – creativity ecologist, Head of StorySociety, Ádám Veres - mechatronical engineer - 50 most successful youth program winner

5:40 – 6:00 Wrap-up, conclusions - take away

6:00 – 7:00 Creative corner - interactive networking

7:00 – 10:00 Gala dinner

The gala dinner will be opened by Vilmos Benkő, the former President of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), and board member of Entrepreneur Foundation Hungary and the Fulbright Foundation. We are making a Csodalámpa wish come true during the evening; all these will be followed by an award-giving ceremony. Ádám Szabó, Tamás Katona, John Tylort and the Choir of Eötvös Secondary School will give performances and Levente Szabados speaker will also entertain us.

* The programme is subject to change!

Visit PWA online to register

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