The Hungarian Trade and Cultural Centre (HTCC) has opened a new office in Florida, one of the most important states in the US, as an addition to its network of 13 offices around the world. The HTCC in Florida assists Hungarian companies to enter the market and to expand in the USA through close cooperation with, and the engagement of, local partner organizations and experts. The Parties involved signed the agreements and contracts in November.

An Important Milestone
After Washington, the Hungarian Trade and Cultural Centre, after some in-depth market research and sensitive negotiations, opened a new agency in Sarasota. The Florida partners’ determination and their interest in HTCC and in the Hungarian business opportunities are indicated by the separate delegation they sent to Budapest in order to introduce their activity in detail and win their confidence of the Hungarians.

The agreement on the representation of HTTCC in Florida was signed by Ádám Szerbin HTCC Executive Director on behalf of the Hungarian party and Peter Harris, Executive Director of the Florida International Chamber Of Commerce(FICOC) on behalf of the American party. Both parties indicated that Florida could offer special economic, trade and, not least, investment opportunities to Hungarian companies. To promote successful deals, the Florida  International Chamber Of Commerce will provide Hungarian entrepreneurs all the support and help required and strive to facilitate the development of business relations throughout the whole Central Europe region.

 

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