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Coca‑Cola HBC – one of the largest Coca‑Cola bottlers in the world – plans to launch Costa Coffee in at least 10 of its 28 markets next year, including Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia and Switzerland. This will address a broad range of consumer and customer needs across multiple channels and occasions, in line with Coca‑Cola HBC’s leading 24/7 beverage partner vision.
After the floods of the last few weeks, a record amount of waste consisting of driftwood and household garbage – mainly plastic – has hit the Kisköre dam again. The size of the drift-field reaches 17 000 square metres and it is more than 3 metres high right at the dam. The waste is already being removed, but experts expect more waste to come with weather extremities growing. The water management organisation, an NGO and a company have now joined efforts to find an effective solution. The Directorate General of Water Management plans to develop the load area, the PET Cup non-profit environmental program participates in the sorting and recycling of the waste collected. The Coca‑Cola Foundation – the global foundation of Coca‑Cola – provides financial support for the remedy of the problem within the framework of the project Zero Waste Tisza. The cooperation of the three parties aims to prevent the river from being polluted by continuous issue management, to recycle the mass of the waste collected and to clean the river in an increasing extent.
Rézangyal, one of Hungary’s most popular brands of pálinka, is launching a product palette of high-end pálinka blends in the middle of July. Naturally, the sophisticated flavours will be matched with brand new exclusive packaging evoking the main ingredients of the fruit brandy.
Coca‑Cola HBC and Lavazza have announced today the ending of their collaboration in Hungary, effective from October 31st, 2019. Both companies are committed to providing the same support given to their customers and honour all current agreements in the period up to the effective date.
Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary has spent about two million euros, which is more than half a billion forints, to develop new NaturAqua bottles which are available from June, which will replace the quarter-liter with 0,33 liter bottles, while at the same time changing the exterior of the 0,75 liter bottle. The premium-looking small and large packages also received a brand-new label and a screw cap.
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.
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.
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.
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.
„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.