The Investor's Guide to Hungary

Hungary is evolving. It remains a popular location for Shared Service Centres (SSC) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) thanks to its multilingual talent pool, comparatively low costs, and lucrative governmental incentives.

However, Hungary’s economy is diversifying, and the country is attracting a far greater variety of businesses than ever before. But what’s making so many organisations move into Hungary? How does its investment potential compare to that of other Central Eastern European (CEE) countries? And what would the process for starting operations in Hungary look like?

The Investor’s Guide to Hungary answers these questions. A brand-new report by Hays in conjunction with Deloitte, Cushman & Wakefield, and the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA), it examines the country´s potential as a new business location in 2024 and beyond, offering the insights you need to make well-informed investment decisions.

Examined in the report:

  • Location, business environment, and infrastructure
  • Talent market: available talent, skills, salary ranges, and how to attract the top talent
  • Grants and incentives for new investors
  • Taxation rates, allowances, and procedures
  • Office market, including demand and vacancy ratesLegalities and procedures for registering a business in Hungary and starting operations
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