Patrik Kovács, president of JEUNE, participated at ITU – Telecom Word Conference that was held in Budapest, Hungary between 12-15th of October.
Organized jointly by ITU, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Ministry of National Development of Hungary, Next Generation Day brought together university students, young entrepreneurs and ICT professionals. From short presentations through guided tours of the Exhibition to interactive workshops, there was something for every participant to engage in.
The doors were opened for these great Hungarian thinkers to share their views by providing a hands-on experience of what it truly means to be a Hungarian innovator in this age, what it takes and the obstacles they face. Everyone needs support and guidance when it comes to getting an idea off the ground.
Hundreds of university students and young entrepreneurs took part in the programme to directly experience the latest ICT innovations, and to share knowledge and visions with the influential event participants.
The Hungarian Pavilion was vibrant and lively, showcasing some of the key Hungarian entrepreneurs who have made a name for themselves not only nationally, but also all around the world.
In the workshop area, the president of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization of the European Union (JEUNE), Patrik Kovács reflected on why it is so important to build strong global networks in business.