17 Mar.

Smart and sustainable mobility market in Hungary

Wednesday, 09:30 a.m.  CET | 2 hr
Event language: English

Are you interested in expanding your smart & sustainable mobility business activities to Hungary? Kickstart your export and join our webinar on March 17 where Ákos Lukács, Head of Sustainability and Climate Change Department at Deloitte Hungary will present the key facts of the Hungarian smart & sustainable mobility market and point out areas of great interest and market potential for Dutch businesses.

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About the event

Due to the myriad of government incentives, Hungary has developed and continues to build a unique standing in the sustainable and smart mobility sector, among others in the area of electric battery and domestic electric bus production. This leads to many opportunities for foreign businesses to enter the Hungarian market – whether in the development of electric charging infrastructure or MaaS and MSP solutions related to this field, the sustainable and smart mobility market has a lot to offer.

The webinar will be opened by René van Hell, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Hungary and Attila Steiner, Secretary of State for the Development of Circular Economy, Energy and Climate Policy.

Mr. Lukács will

  • take you on a journey to get acquainted with the Hungarian business environment;
  • provide you with an overview of financial incentives for businesses and research cooperations;
  • show you the wide range of possibilities in collaboration in the field of e-mobility, city and international logistics as well as hydrogen propulsion.


9:30-9:35      Opening remarks

                       René van Hell, Ambassador of the
                       Netherlands to Hungary

9:35-9:45      Keynote speech

                       Attila Steiner, State Secretary for Circular Economy,
                       Energy and Climate Policy, ITM

9:45-10:00     The Dutch ecosystem and opportunities for
                        Dutch companies

                        Sonja Munnix, RVO and Edgar Kasteel,
                        Topsector Logistiek

10:00-10:20    Key findings of the smart and sustainable
                         mobility study

                         Ákos Lukács, Deloitte

10:20-10:50    Doing business in Hungary – Dutch and Hungarian
                         company representatives

                         Veronika Erős, Project Lead at Green Bus Programme

                         Tamás Czikora, Head of Mobility, MOL Group

                         Michael M. Gurney, E-mobility manager CEE, Shell

10:50-11:20    Moderated short introductions in separate breakout

                         Smart and sustainable mobility

                         City logistics and international logistics

11:20-11:25    Rounding-up and Closing remarks 

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