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Entrepreneur’s Testimony by Michele Orzan (Budapest)


Dear friends,

JCI Expat Budapest is pleased to invite you to the Entrepreneur’s Testimony of Protected content , “Successful Business Growth out of Hungary: Taking Down Boundaries and Crossing Borders.”

Speaker of the event is Michele Orzan, Vice President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and the successful founder of several international companies.

Michele will share his insights in creating innovative businesses from scratch, expanding into new markets and managing across borders. He will provide you with tips on how to manage multiple cultures at the same time and how to navigate through stormy waters of economic crisis. You will get inspired by a real trans-national leader and get ideas for money-saving strategies free of charge!

Michele’s way to the top was as straight as trails through the Alps. As a former commander of Italian forces, he translated his military experience into business, armed for the battle with immaculate strategies and a fighter attitude. Having established his headquarters in Budapest, Michele is a founder and CEO of Alenis Hungary Kft, a holding behind several successful coffee business investments in Italy and Central Europe. His brainchild, Yoppi, a network of traditional coffee vending operators, was launched in Romania, Croatia and Hungary, the latter company recently successfully sold to Coca-Cola International. Michele has proved that love for Lavazza has no limits.

So if you would like to have a cup of coffee with Michele, here are three simple steps:

1. Confirm your participation pronto on facebook page of JCI Expat Budapest, on Internations webpage or register by sending an email to Maryna Yaroshchuk, JCI Expat Budapest Board Member, at Protected content

2. Come on Thursday, May 28, at 19:00 to Karma restaurant on Liszt Ferenc ter 11.

3. Enjoy the event and stay for networking with other enthusiastic young expats!

Positively yours,

JCI Expat Budapest
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