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Magazine: Retailer ranking in the light of the emergency situation

György Vámos, general secretary of the National Trade Association (OKSZ) is of the opinion that the influence of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt in the market for a long...

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Magazine: Joining forces to save enterprises

László Krisán, CEO of KAVOSZ Zrt. talked to our magazine about the situation and perspectives of Hungarian enterprises at the time of the coronavirus pandemic. How did the different types...

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2020 is a digital turning point

In March – before the start of the coronavirus pandemic – GKI Digital published the sales results of Hungarian online retail in 2019: total online retail sales neared net HUF...

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Virtual cooperation can win you quality time in packaging development

Due to the coronavirus emergency, the number of online purchases has soared and the new trends resulting from this generate several packaging development tasks. DS Smith needed just a few...

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Let’s package the world in green materials!

Degradable and compostable BIO plastic can be the solution to environmental problems – says Izabella Bauer, sales manager of BS Plastic™. Why are packaging materials essential in today’s busy pace...

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Caring about communities and one another

In the 2019-2020 financial year Tesco Hungary focused on supporting local communities and fighting food waste. Our magazine interviewed managing director Zsolt Pártos. Did Tesco manage to realise its goals...

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Auchan: 2020 is the year of conscious shopping and sustainable operation

2019 was a busy year for Auchan, two of the biggest investments were building Tesla e-car charging stations and installing self-checkouts in stores – the latter are really practical and...

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Sailing is easy in good wind

In 2019 Rossmann Magyarország Kft.’s sales revenue was up almost 8 percent, but it was a year full of challenges.   Managing director László Flórián told that the premiumisation process...

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Penny Market: With the focus on the employees and development

Penny Market has been present in Hungary for 24 years, with 223 stores, 3 logistics centres and more than 4,000 employees. The discounter chain continues its store modernisation programme, focusing...

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Coop isn’t slowing down

We asked László Pekó, chairman of the board of directors of CO-OP Hungary Zrt. and the company’s CEO Géza Tóth about the last year and the challenges of 2020. What...

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