The Current Financial Crisis and Competences

to Address Problems on the European Market

One congress with two conferences / initiatives

Day 1 - 30.9.2010 (from 9:00 am)

MONTIFIC Conference

Linking Innovation to Governance

(Supported by MONTIFIC LLP-LDV-TOI-2008-HU-002)


Day 2 – 1.10.2010 (from 8:30 am)

ECQA Conference 2010

Linking Innovation to Industrial Growth and Success

(Supported by DEUCERT LLP-1-2009-1-AT-KA4-KA4MP)

hosted by the Budapest Business School, Budapest, Hungary

Venue: Lecture Theatre V., Budapest Business School

9-11. Alkotmány Street, H-1054 Budapest, Hungary


The topics of the conference days are going around the relevance of good governance and innovation practices necessary for survival in turbulent economic conditions. The speakers are highly reputed experts from many different domains, representing wide range of organizations from public sector to automotive industry,  from large companies to small enterprises. During the conference the attendees will receive information about the most recent outcomes of European funded MONTIFIC and DEUCERT projects supporting European level learning services for increasing human capabilities of innovation and governance.


Local organisers:

Dr. József Roóz - Rector Emeritus, Budapest Business School, Hungary

János Ivanyos - Managing Director, Memolux, Hungary

László Varga - Project Manager, Budapest Business School, Hungary

International - ECQA Management Board:

Prof. Michael Reiner - President, University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria

Dr. Romana Vajde Horvat - Vice-President Certification, ProHuman, Slovenia

Dr. Richard Messnarz - Vice-President Technology and Exam Systems, ISCN Ireland

The conference working language is English. Attendance is free, however registration is required for both days. For further assistance please contact to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
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