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Freelancers in Hungary: freedom has to be learnt too

They work more than an average employee, while work-life balance is also challenging, yet freelancers would not revert to being employees. This was shown, among other things, by a research conducted at Budapest Business School (BBS), which produced useful results for both those who are already freelancers and those who are planning to be one. Tovább

A family business is “family” merely in its name in the case of the first generation

család felnőtt gyerekekkel egy asztal körül
Although the importance of family businesses is acknowledged both in the fields of economy and politics, reliable information about these businesses is scarce. Up to now, the exact number of such businesses was also unknown. Thanks to the Family Businesses Research Project of Budapest Business School’s Budapest LAB – Entrepreneurship Centre, in the upcoming years the number of such businesses as well as their ways of operation will be investigated and analysed. Tovább

Business plan in a week? Completed!

Üzleti terv egy hét alatt kurzus - MOME & BGE
What can a team of designer undergraduates and a large bunch of business students do together if they have to create a business plan in a week while they do not even have a clear idea of the whole thing on Monday? We have tried the scenario! There was a lot of work, much excitement and laughter and even some drama at the first joint course of Budapest Business School and Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME). An introductory video shows what the first COLLAB course powered by Budapest LAB & MOME+ was like. Tovább

Use Unused: Pushed forward by Ignorance

Collab #1 Use Unused
How could a decade-long joint work evolve from former dislike? How did the founders of Use Unused dare to go for the international arena just after graduation? Why is it good if creativity is framed by some business approach? At the Budapest LAB and MOME+ first joint series of events, these issues, among many others, were discussed by the founders of a Hungarian fashion brand, who unexpectedly closed down their business during the summer after achieving international success. Tovább