Dr. Imre Csuhaj V. CEO, Széchenyi Venture Capital Fund Management Ltd.
The Hungarian SME sector is at a crossroads: enterprises must level up and become more competitive, often through generational succession. Risk capital that finances innovation and funding through public offering are indispensable tools for this. What are the first experiences of the exchange traded fund?
László Krisán, CEO
“SMEs provide employment for 75% of the workforce, account for 55% of GDP, and 27.6% of exports. We must support their development to help micro enterprises reach small enterprise level, and for small enterprises to become medium ones. We can do this, even without EU funds”, declared the CEO of KAVOSZ Zrt. and coordinator of the Széchényi Card Programme (SZKP).