The agreement will open the door to new market opportunities and facilitate the export of Hungarian know-how

Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, made an announcement at the opening event of the Foreign Trade Conference on 27th June: the Hungarian government has concluded agreements with another five Hungarian companies on cooperation within the Key Exporter Partnership Programme (KEPP). We are proud that B+N Referencia Zrt. has also become a member of this group.    

With this programme, the government provides support for the expansion of Hungarian companies abroad, using the means of active foreign policy and promoting the growth of Hungary’s exports.

B+N Referencia Zrt., the leading facility management company of the Central and Eastern European region, is present in six countries of the region. It intends to pursue further expansion in Central and Western Europe as well.

Ferenc Kis-Szölgyémi: this agreement is mutually beneficial for B+N Referencia Zrt. and the Hungarian government

The fully Hungarian owned company is the only firm in the domestic market with an in-house research and development department. As a driver of industrial trends, it places significant emphasis on the establishment of Hungarian competence and capacities. As part of this, it maintains a knowledge pool and team of professionals of its own. B+N provides innovative and integrated FM services to its customers, using its own staff, proprietary autonomous cleaning robots, UVC disinfection equipment and a forecast system based on microbiological testing.

“I am convinced that the agreement we have just concluded will be mutually beneficial both to B+N Referencia Zrt. and the Hungarian government by opening the door to new market opportunities and facilitating the export of Hungarian know-how” – said B+N’s CEO Ferenc Kis-Szölgyémi.