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5+1 steps to follow to become a successful entrepreneur – even as a young mother. Coca‑Cola Hungary’s and Loffice Coworkid’s joint workshop encourages young moms to start their own business.

Anyone can be a successful entrepreneur – even as a parent! This was the message of the joint event of Coca‑Cola Hungary’s #YouthEmpowered program and Loffice Coworkid. During the meetup five experts shared their best advice from the fields of law, taxes, finances and marketing with the participating mothers, but the workshops covered the opportunities included in the latest family protection action plan issued by the government as well. With the help of our experts, we have collected the 5+1 most important steps to follow for young moms who plan to start their own business and wish to return to the labour market.

Taking their fate in their own hands - Young parents on their way to become entrepreneurs

Being able to manage our own time is one of the biggest benefits of being an entrepreneur or a free-lancer. Doing so as a young parent means that we have even more time to spend with our family. It seems on obvious step for young mothers and fathers to start their own business while being at home during the time of the childcare benefit. Some of them realise their need to work independently, while some come up with their own marketable idea, but data shows that for most of them, these will remain dreams.

#YouthEmpowered is quickly approaching its goal: we are already over 5500 participants

Over 5500 people have participated during the last 1,5 years in our #YouthEmpowered program, which aims to enhance the chances of young people in the labour market. The program, which offers free trainings for NEET youth, disadvantaged groups, young moms and expectant mothers, and people with disabilities, have gained over 4700 online participants until the middle of May. The program’s in person, day-long trainings have been attended by over 800 people since the start of the program in 2017. The number of participants is growing at a good pace to reach its goal: reaching 8000 participants by the end of 2020.

Sugar and calorie content of soft drinks almost halved in Hungary

Average sugar and calorie content of soft drinks and juices has decreased by 43 percent in Hungary since 2010. According to the voluntary commitment by Hungarian Mineral Water, Fruit Juice and Soft Drink Association, the average sugar and calorie content of non-alcoholic drinks will have been reduced by 50 percent by the end of 2020 as compared to 2010.

Coca‑Cola Hungary has hosted Girls’ Day for the first time

„What is the role of a microbiologist?”, „Where do new flavours come from?” and „What does an IT leader do?” – just a few of the most interesting questions asked by those 30 high school students, who have visited us on 30th April on the occasion of Girls’ Day. The open day connects the best universities, companies and research institutes of the country, aiming to inspire young girls by proving them that girls and women can also have exciting carriers in STEM fields as well.

Expectant mothers and moms are the entrepreneurs of the future

Vera Tóth, Boglárka Csemer and other celebrities participate at an inspirational round-table event for women, where they discuss how to prevail in the labour market.

We give a new look to Rézangyal

The most well-known palinka brand of Hungary is being renewed: the 12-year-old outfit of Rézangyal and the current product portfolio will be updated. One thing is sure: the constant high quality remains.

Brugal 1888 rum arrives in Hungary

„1888 is a rum which is enjoyed best neat and sipped – claims 1888 Rum Global Ambassador Pavol Kazimir, who showed off the extraordinary rum on the 14th of April at BarShow, a barlife trade show. A day later, in addition to professionals of barlife, gastro bloggers and journalists could also taste the noble rum served by the master mixer in Boutiq’Bar.


Coca‑Cola HBC Magyarország Kft. appoints new general manager

László Békefi returns to Hungary to take over the helm at Hungary’s Beverage Leader

Coca‑Cola Hungary announces the launch of Coca‑Cola Energy


Coca‑Cola Hungary’s #YouthEmpowered program to expand

Budapest, March 19, 2019 - Coca‑Cola Hungary’s #YouthEmpowered program is expanding to new training locations and to more participants. The initiative’s objective is to enhance the chances of young people between the age 18-30 in the labor market. In 2019, the program continues with the cooperation of Coca‑Cola HBC and the Hungarian subsidiary of The Coca‑Cola Company, focusing on trainings for young women and disadvantaged groups as well.

Mothers: the hidden resources of our society

Be the entrepreneur of the future! - this was the message used to encourage young parents at the interactive meetup organised by Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary and Loffice Coworkid. During the #momsofthefuture event related to #YouthEmpowered program, over 60 participating mothers have learnt about the necessary steps to start a new business: legal, strategic and marketing knowledge was shared, and it also became evident that anyone can turn into a successful entrepreneur – even as a parent.


The future belongs to heroines!

Following last year’s successful #futuremum series of programmes, the two organisations will continue their cooperation in 2019, planning several professional development days, entrepreneurship workshops, meetups supporting women’s return to the labour market after maternity leave and #myfuture trainings to promote equal opportunities for women and help them become heroines.


Hungarian soft drink manufacturers made commitment to reducing sugar in their products

In the Hungarian food manufacturing industry, soft drink producers are the first to make voluntary commitment to reducing the amount of sugar in their products. The Hungarian Mineral Water, Fruit Juice and Soft Drink Association has announced today that the average sugar- and calorie content of their non-alcoholic beverages will be cut by 50% compared to 2010 level by end of 2020.

FUZETEA has won Product of the Year Award in the category of ice teas

This was the eighth time Product of the Year Awards have been handed over on the 4th March 2019. This year, premium category products and goods of comfort have caught up with healthy products, the shooting stars of the last few years.


New sales director at Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary

As of January 2019, Yiannis Kesisoglou from Greece has filled the position of Country Sales Director at Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary. His predecessor, György Galántai who has worked for the company for the last 17 years was appointed Country Sales Director of Coca‑Cola HBC Romania as of 12th of February.


1000 people have already completed the free #YouthEmpowered training course

Since the start of the #YouthEmpowered program, 1000 young people have already completed the free, full-day training provided by Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary designed to equip jobseekers with the necessary tools to quickly find a job. The company invited NGOs last November to organise trainings via tender so even more entrants could learn basic social and entrepreneurial skills.

Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary to expand production base in Dunaharaszti

Our production base in Dunaharaszti, Hungary has been expanded by 50% as a result of a recent acquisition of an additional 13-acres of land next to the existing site and will be backed by investment up to 2020.


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Best FMCG Employers Excellence Awards presented

On 28 September PwC Hungary and Trade magazine presented the Best FMCG Employers Excellence Awards for the first time, as part of the programme of the Business Days conference – the winners were selected by students.


Partnership agreement with Lavazza

Coca-cola HBC Hungary concluded a partnership agreement with Lavazza, owner of one of the most reputable Italian coffee brands in the world.


Péter Szijjártó opens new, extended warehouse​ in Dunaharaszti

A new, extended warehouse in Dunaharaszti was opened by Péter Szíjjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


CCHBC launches #Youth Empowered programme

In 2016 CCHBC developed a new corporate mission, focusing on the suppression of youth unemployment, aiming to find solution to this problem with a comprehensive initiative which includes an educational program called #Youth Empowered.

Job seeking as a mom - #momsofthefuture interactive day with tips from professionals

Undiscussed issues, personal stories, practical tips, motherhood and career-roles, time management, boosting self-confidence – some of the key topics discussed on the event of Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary and Loffice Coworkid. The event was organised for mothers and aimed to advise them on how to enhance their chances on the labour market. During the #momsofthefuture interactive day several professionals have shared their experiences and advice with the audience of over 100 participating mothers. Bea Palya, Alinda Veiszer and Márk McMenemy have participated in a round table, while professional trainers, Dr Erika Sinkó and Ágnes Balla have held workshops for the mothers.


Coca‑Cola HBC named Global beverage industry leader in DSJI for fourth consecutive year

Coca‑Cola HBC is leading the way in sustainability for the beverage industry, after achieving the highest sustainability ranking in the world and in Europe for the fourth year running.


Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary to sign dual training agreement with four universities

A recent survey conducted by CCHBC Hungary among the students of the four universities revealed that they are enthusiastic about dual training. When it comes to job seeking, most of them consider the possibility of professional development more important than salary.


We strengthen cooperation with Rézangyal

After six years of successful cooperation, Rézangyal Kereskedelmi Kft and Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary concluded a new agreement aiming to make their cooperation even more fruitful.

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Coca‑Cola HBC makes the “Threepeat” as the global beverage industry leader on the DJSI

Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, one of the most credible and widely recognized sustainability ranking for companies acknowledges Coca‑Cola HBC for its robust, transparent and consistent sustainability performance

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