Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 17 - 22 September

  • 17 Sep 2021 5:12 PM
Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 17 - 22 September
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary - described by readers as a "Great read each week" - is now available for your interest and use via the link below.

You can see the new edition of the Xpat E-Magazine here:

You're in good company here, together with thousands of expats and high-level locals

- a cosmopolitan circle of internationally-minded peope, known as the Xpat Community.

1. There's an essential selection of carefully curated fresh News, Information & Inspiration::
E.g. Enjoy a Feast of Sweetness this Weekend / 150+ Events @'Budapest Autumn Festival.
World Press Photo Exhibition Opens 24 September at National Museum in Budapest.
Hungary ‘Among Safest Countries in Europe’ - Says PM's Chief of Staff.

2. There’s also a quick update about the Xpat Charity Gala this year:
We're grateful to great sponsors already on board for November the 5th:
FirstMed, Samsung, Tesco, Special Effects International, Budapest Marriott.
So you see it promises to be another great Bonfire Night celebration in Budapest.

* UK Ambassador Paul Fox and other VIP's have this party in their diaries:
Please also consider supporting, there are various effective PR packages available.
Get great coverage for your company at this international community event for charity.

Click here to arrange a chat about which sponsorship package suits your company best

3. Also there's Calendar highlights, new Specials & Movies now showing:
E.g. GinFest in Budapest / Grand Opening of Q Contemporary Art Center.
Huge Yard Sale at American International School of Budapest on Saturday.
Supernova / Shang-Chi & Legend of the Ten Rings / After We Fell.

We hope you enjoy what's included for you this week.

Yours with best wishes,

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You're in good company together with thousands of expat readers + high-level locals = a cosmopolitan group of internationally-minded folks, known as the Xpat Community.


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