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Successful Hungarian Business Makes Glasses From Vinyl Records
Tipton Eyeworks is a small Hungarian business owned by Zakariás Milaskey Tipton who made his first bakelite frame in 1999, hvg.hu reports. People soon fell in love with the unique design. Now, Tipton works together with AC/DC, and the most famous celebrities wear their glasses. more »
Xmas Holiday Opening Hours At Budapest Markets
Press release: We would like to inform our customers that the opening hours of the markets operated by the Hall and Market Management will be the following at New Year: on 1 January 2018 all markets will be closed. more »
Online Retail Sales Could Reach HUF 380 Bn In 2017
Online retail sales in Hungary are expected to climb 20% to 370-380 billion forints (EUR 1.2-1.25bn) this year, the head of national commerce association (OKSZ) said on public television. more »

Budapest Christmas Fairs - A Good Business For Exhibitors


Budapest Christmas Fairs - A Good Business For Exhibitors
Christmas fairs in Budapest are spectacular and a major tourist attraction in December. The organizers of the Christmas fair in Vörösmarty tér expect 800,000 visitors in this season, of which 70% will be foreign tourists. Online portal index.hu made an analysis of the costs and profits that exhibitors can expect. more »

Tesco Plans To Reduce Store Spaces In Hungary


Tesco Plans To Reduce Store Spaces In Hungary
Customers prefer fast shopping rather than roaming in huge spaces, and so Tesco plans to reduce its store spaces to a maximum of 6,000 square meters, Matt Simister, CEO of Tesco Europe, told weekly news magazine Figyelő. more »

What Locals Spend Most Money On Over Xmas


What Locals Spend Most Money On Over Xmas
Compared to last year, Hungarians spend almost 8% more, an average of 42900 HUF, on Christmas shopping, according to fresh research commissioned by CIB Bank, reports Hvg.hu. As far as what Hungarians want, most people still prefer to receive cash. more »



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