The Hungarian
Investment & Trade Development Agency (ITDH)
The Hungarian Embassy, Washington D.C.,


cordially invite you to join us for this

Seminar, Luncheon & News Conference

Thursday, May 15, 2020


Seminar: 11:00am (Registration begins at 10:30am)

Luncheon: 12:00 Noon - featuring His Excellency

Dr. Andras Simonyi, Hungary’s Ambassador to the U.S.

News Conference: 1:15pm - Ambassador Simonyi will answer questions immediately following the Luncheon.

The Renaissance Club Downtown Detroit

[200 Renaissance Center, Suite 3600, Detroit, MI 48234]

Register Today

Admission is free of charge, but seating is limited.



Hungary: "Inventing Better Ways
to do Business"


Seminar, Luncheon & News Conference
Thursday, May 15, 2020

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.







Welcome & Introductions

Bruce Brogan, Executive Director,

Michigan International Trade Association



Another US$ 1 billion Automotive Investment

-Dr. Andras Kiss-Dozsai, Operational Director, ITDH -

. The Hungarian Investment & Trade Development Agency



Recent US Technology Investment in Hungary

-Tamas G. Deutsch, Trade Commissioner, US-Midwest, ITDH-

The Hungarian Investment & Trade Development Agency




12.00-1:15 Luncheon Speech

"Hungarian-American Political & Economic Relations"

-H.E. Dr. Andras Simonyi, Hungary’s Ambassador to the U.S.


News Conference


1:15-2:00pm Ambassador Simonyi will address questions from the media following the Luncheon. After the News Conference, the Ambassador will be available for one-to-one interviews and consultations.


For questions regarding the Program, or for more information about Hungary,

contact: ITDH Chicago; 500 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 810; Chicago, IL 60611

Attn: Krisztina Tamas; Tel.: 312-377-7724; Fax: 312-377-7723



Hungarian Seminar, Luncheon & News Conference



[Seating is limited; Register early]



Thursday, May 15, at the Renaissance Club

[36th Floor, 200 Tower, Renaissance Center, Downtown Detroit]


Covered Pay Parking and Valet Parking are available at the Renaissance Center.


Registration: 10:30am

Seminar: 11:00am

Luncheon: 12:00 Noon

News Conference: 1:15pm


To reserve your attendance, please fill out the information below:

[Please list additional attendees separately for Name Badges]


NAME _______________________ TITLE _________________________

COMPANY _____________________________________________________________

Street, #_________________________________________________________

City, State, Zip ____________________________________________________

Phone _______________________ Fax _________________________

e-mail address ___________________________________________


[2nd attendee]

NAME ____________________________ TITLE _____________________

Record your reservation by faxing this form to MITA (Michigan International Trade Association): 248-692-0326 (Secure Fax).

If you do not receive a confirmation (by return fax) within 48 hours, contact MITA (Ph: 248-549-4900). If you have a confirmed reservation and must cancel, please call or fax to the above numbers.


[The image of a Rubik’s Cube on the front of the invitation is a symbolic reminder of the inventiveness and creativity of the Hungarian people. Hungary has a history of great inventors and creative thinkers, including more Nobel Prize winners than any country (per capita). As the World’s most popular puzzle toy, Rubik’s Cube also reminds us that new and innovative ideas can be found in smaller, newly-emerging economies - countries like Hungary. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the very favorable business environment that Hungary has created AND meet Ambassador Simonyi, the Hungarian Government’s direct representative to the President of the United States.]