Wirtschaftskammer Österreich (Austrian Economic Chambers)
The Austrian Economic Chambers represent more than 450,000 member companies. As the voice of Austrian business, we are committed to forward-looking policies which benefit the economy e.g. tax relief, cutting red tape, subsidies. They are modern service providers and offer fast expert advice on topics from labour laws to customs information. Through their educational facilities – WIFI, universities of applied sciences – they contribute to improving the competitive ability of domestic companies.
Berufsförderungsinstitut Oberösterreich, BFI OÖ
The BFI OÖ as a part of the BBRZ GROUP is an Upper Austrian vocational education institute which is oriented along the labour market requirements of the 21st century. The BFI OÖ is distinguished by its position as market leader in all forms of returning to work, second chance education as well as healthcare and social services qualifications.
Magyar Kereskedelmi és Iparkamara (Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
The Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is deeply embedded in society on a European level, rich in values and serves as a compass in every stages of capital’s economic and social life. The Chamber participates in preparation of legal issues regarding economy, in creation of enterprise development programmes and in their implementation. At the same time the Chamber has an important role in market access of companies of Central Economic Region and in development of conditions of entrepreneurial environment to EU-level.
Nemzeti Agrárgazdasági Kamara (Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture)
The Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture takes part in the work of the National Council of Vocational Education and Training and ALE, in co-operation with the territorial chambers controls the practical training places, co-ordinates the tasks related to the master examination and certificates , keeps contact with the foreign agricultural chambers and international organisations, develops the system of the member registration, prepares the rules related to the fair market behaviour, organises exhibitions and fairs, develops the general rules of delivering and verification of certificates of origin and other documents necessary for trade. The Chamber represents its members in the state financial funds, reports on the agricultural legislation and programme documents of the government and initiates amendments according to the rules of the law.