Agricultural Conference 2016
- Russian embargo: drastic effects on the Hungarian food industry
- Greening: huge changes to come
- Technological explosion in the agricultural sector
- Irrigation: advantaged benefits in the new Rural Development Program
- Livestock breeding: how to apply for the new funds?
- Gardening: the new angles of development have arrived
- Agricultural agreements, dispute resolution, business ethics – for integrators and the Chamber
- Soy production: a new breakout point for Hungary or limited possibilities?
- Agriculture funding in practice
- Complex technologies and competitive crop production
- Where now, grain market?
2016 will be an eventful year for the Hungarian agricultural sector. The past year was rich in unexpected changes, and this year brings possibilities and challenges never seen before. What promises does the new Rural Development Program hold? How do we prosper a market full of tenders? How can we apply successfully for the new Union funds? What solution can be found for the drastic effects of the Russian embargo? What effects will the technological explosion have on the agricultural sector? Can the new branch be set in motion by the new credit programs? How will the food industry, gardening and livestock breeding sectors utilize the new state- and Union granted billions?
This year starts with a multitude of unresolved questions, professional issues and challenges to be answered. The aim of our conference is to provide practical guidance and up-to-date information on the continuously changing market and regulatory environment for companies operating in the agricultural and food industry sectors. We will approach the major topics relating to the sector from a practical aspect in order to create an effective platform for public and informal discussion of the issues concerning the Hungarian agricultural sector, professional debate and the sharing of thoughts.
DATE: 23rd February, 2016
PLACE: Herceghalom, ABACUS Business & Wellness Hotel****
COST: HUF 39.000 + VAT / person
Fee includes: conference documentation, full lunch and coffee breaks.
The conference is bilingual with English-Hungarian simultaneous interpretation.
- 10% discount is available for 2 registrations
- 20% on 3 or more registrations
Discounts cannot be combined!
Our conference is expected not only to provide an opportunity to expand the participants’ knowledge base, but also to create an excellent forum for high-level networking and the forging of new professional relations. Our goal is more than just to organise another cut an dry event; we strive to make this conference a regular, interactive and international forum that keeps its finger on the pulse of the market.
Portfolio Conferences are organized by NET Media Inc, member of Central European Media and Publishing Group. Our events cover 7 different industries and attract more than 8000 participants annually and highly renowned for their great opportunities of networking and building business relationships, merely not just giving new professional knowledge. Our aim is not to have a one time occasion event, but creating a yearly international interactive forum about the changes of the market. Find out more on www.portfolio.hu/en or firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
Who should attend?
The conference may provide essential information to
- Hungarian agricultural companies,
- Hungarian branches of multinational agricultural companies,
- agricultural organizations,
- economic operators of the food industry,
- representatives of banks and insurance companies,
- sellers of machinery,
- input producing companies and
- integrator companies.
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Organisation, general questions:
Agricultural Conference 2016
Zoltán BánCEO, Net Média Zrt. (Portfolio)
Zoltán Bán started his professional career as a stock analyst and joined Portfolio.hu’s team in 2000 in this position. As the company grew his responsibilities grew with it. As of 1 October 2009 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of NET Média Zrt. (Portfolio.hu). Mr. Bán obtained his degree in economics at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration, specializing in finance, in 2001 and became a chartered economist at ELTE in 2006. Besides managing the company he keeps an eye on the current issues of his former fields of expertise, i.e. the financial sector and the real estate market.
Zoltán FóriánSenior Agricultural Expert, Takarékbank Agrár Központ
László Hazafiagrárgazdasági szakújságíró, Portfolio/Agrárszektor (moderátor)
Béla MártonffyOrszágos Kertészeti osztályvezető, Nemzeti Agrárgazdasági Kamara
András Sándorfymarketing vezető Dow AgroSciences Hungary Kft.
Zoltán BeneManager, Karintia Kft.
Zoltán BlumManaging Director, Saaten-Union Hungária Kft.
Attila CsorbaiChairman, Baromfi Termék Tanács
Zsanett Ducsai-OláhCEO, Magyar Nemzeti Kereskedőház
Prof. Miklós Gábor Fári DStanszékvezető, egyetemi tanár, Debreceni Egyetem MÉK
Róbert Farkasagrárszakértő, eNET Internetkutató és Tanácsadó Kft./ Agrodat projekt
Tamás FeczákManaging Director, Zöldség Farm 2008 Kft.
Zsolt FeldmanDeputy Secretary of State, Ministry of Agriculture
Zoltán GubacsiZöldség Főbizottság Elnök, FruitVeB
Balázs GyőrffyChairman, Nemzeti Agrárgazdasági Kamara
Csaba GyuriczaAgricultural and Rural Development Agency
Imre HamaricsOwner / Managing Director, Rekontir TM Kft.
dr. András HerczeghManaging Director, Agrár-Vállalkozási Hitelgarancia Alapítvány
Marcell Keletiélelmiszeripari igazgató, Nemzeti Agrárgazdasági Kamara
László KrisánCEO, KAVOSZ Zrt.
Since 2003 he is the president of the Commerce Section of VOSZ. Since 2009 he has been a titular associate professor at the Budapest Economic College. In 2012 he was elected member of the presidential committee of MKIK, president of the European Union Board, as well as executive co-president of VOSZ. He is member of the Steering Committee and the Board in the Eurocommerce organization, assembling the commercial associations of 31 countries. He was awarded the Pro Hungarian Economics Prize in 2004 and 2010, and he received the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic. According to his professional creed, the support given to truly competitive and innovate small and medium enterprises is vital to Hungary, since these companies play an indispensable role regarding the economy of a country, and every effort needs to be made in order to foster the development of the SME sector.
Zsuzsanna LaczkóArchitect, Project Coordinator, Burken Kft.
József LosóVice-president, Élelmiszer-feldolgozók Országos Szövetsége
Örs MadariDeputy Head of Department, Prime Minister's Office
. Zoltán MátraiManaging Director, Agrárin Kft.
Dávid MezeiSecretary of State, Prime Minister's Office
Zsolt MorvaiDirector, Takarékbank
Antal NémethChairman, Vágóállat és Hús Szakmaközi Szervezet és Terméktanács
György PáczayExpert of European Parliament , EP Mezőgazdasági és Vidékfejlesztési Bizottsága
, Pannonia Ethanol Zrt.
Róbert SebestyénDirector, Magyar Fejlesztési Bank Zrt.
Zoltán TakácsDeputy-CEO, FHB Bank
He is Deputy-CEO at FHB Zrt. After MNB and Konzumbank he was working for Budapest Bank for almost 15 years, as head of various company fields, among others as head of the Northwestern Hungary region, and then as head of company sales of the bank. From April 2015 he has been leading the Company Business Unit of FHB Commercial Bank, focusing mostly on SME and large company clients, as well as project financing. He has more than 20 years of experience in company financing. He studied at the Agricultural University of Gödöllő.
Zsolt TakátsManager, Raiffeisen Bank
Zoltán UrbánCEO, Eximbank
He obtained his higher education degree from the University of Economics, and then from the Philadelphia Wharton School. He started his career in senior foreign economy, international financial and capital market, and consulting positions. In 1997-2001 he was executive director of Hypo Vereinsbank Hungária. In 2001-2002 he was Deputy CEO of Magyar Fejlesztési Bank, and then in 2003-2004 executive director of Dresner Bank Hungaria. From 2004 until 2010 he was head of the Hungarian representative of Landesbank Baden-Württenberg (LBBW), where he prepared the financial institution’s growth in Hungary. From 2010, he became Deputy CEO of MFB Zrt. again; in January 2014 he was appointed CEO of Garantiqa Hitelgarancia Zrt. As of now, he is a member of the Board of Directors at Európai Beruházási Bank. He speaks English, German, Swedish and Russian; he is the father of two children. Since 2014, he is CEO of Eximbank.
Agricultural Conference 2016
Section I: 2016 – An abundance of rural development-related tenders – 59 new announcements in 2016
Section II: Food industry before boom / Agriculture funding and an abundance of tenders
Section III: Technological boom in the agricultural sector
Section IV: Gardening in focus: tender opportunities, paths of development, market trends, irrigation development
Agricultural Conference 2016
125 EUR + VAT/person
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