Date and time: Tuesday, 7 November 2017, 9:00
Venue: BCCH HQ, Eiffel Palace
The British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary is pleased to continue the strategic partnership with the uSchool programme (an initiative to foster the entrepreneurial mindset of students between the age of 17-18). We look forward to cooperating with corporate and SME partners and individual experts in the new school year, starting January 2018.
As part of the BCCH-uSchool programme, students join up in teams for a project and they work with coaches to complete their very first entrepreneurial project. They are guided to start a profitable venture - and through that, they gain invaluable experience.
BCCH is planning to host a BCCH-uSchool Club once again that will allow our member companies to participate and support those who wish to join up with other companies. As last year, the Club will be hosted at the BCCH offices, but the participation of several companies will allow hosting the club on their premises, too. Beside providing with mentors, corporate partners support the club's operations and, eventually, a topic for innovation. We look forward to working on this with you! In the meantime, make sure to watch a video in Hungarian on the programme from a student point of view.
To learn how to participate, we are inviting you to join our breakfast on Tuesday, 7 November 2017, from 9:00.
We are looking for coaches as well as SMEs, corporations and individual experts who feel that fostering talent would nicely complement their CSR strategy.
We are inviting BCCH members to participate who:
- have CSR programmes related to education, youth or entrepreneurship
- are focusing on innovation and new business models, interested in startup methodologies and getting to know innovative businesses
- are interested in the future of education and our children
Date: Tuesday, 7 November 2017, 9:00
Venue: BCCH HQ (Eiffel Palace 6th floor, 1055 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 78.)
Please RSVP by noon on Friday, 3 November 2017 by sending an email to Ádám Madarász or by phone: +36 1 302 5200