Borbála Czakó's presidential greeting
Dear Member companies, Friends, Members of Women Business Leaders Forum, Members of CEO Forum, Supporters of 2020 minimum20, Leaders and Members of HBLF working groups, Participants of the Finance Summit / Hard Talk Events, and all of our friends, supporters who contribute to the success of HBLF and our work!
Schneider Electric Hungary is the new member of HBLF
We are delighted that Scjhneider Electric Hungary has joined HBLF, we are looking forward to working together!
The private sector has a key role to play as an accelerator of social change. Studies show that equality is achievable in the workplace and beneficial for the bottom line. By promoting men and women at equal rates, providing fair parental leave and refusing to accept bias and discrimination, businesses can break down barriers and pave the way to a new future.
A mesterséges intelligencia és a robotok mára a gazdaság fontos elemeivé váltak, így egyre fontosabb, hogyan reagálunk a technológia fejlődésére. A HBLF szeptemberben induló Digitális Munkacsoportja, melynek vezetője Veres Rita, az Aon Hewitt cégvezetője és a Singularity University budapesti nagykövete lesz, arra keresi majd a választ, hogy az éppen zajló ipari forradalom 4.0 során az exponenciálisan fejlődő technológiával hogyan tudunk lépést tartani.
HBLF 25th Anniversary Week
The Hungarian Business Leaders Forum has come to an important milestone this year, celebrating its 25th anniversary. HBLF was founded by the personal support of HRH the Prince of Wales in 1992. HRH Prince Charles initiative was joined by 11 visionary business leaders. Our mission is the same since the foundation, namely, to encourage companies to integrate corporate social responsibility and the principles of sustainable development into the everyday business practise.