The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a group of
Hungarian business experts as part of an international study
The three members of the Innovitas Research Centre in Miskolc,
Hungary will spend five days at the University meeting with experts
from the Management Research Centre.
The Hungarian experts specialise in research and development in
the field of Human Resources in their country.
The visit starts today (Monday, 13 September 2010) and experts
from across the University will share their knowledge in a series
of seminars. Topics will include international research clusters,
video conferencing as a tool and the use of mobile
An interactive session on HR Management and Development across
Europe will also take place.
The aim of the visit is to share best practice in the
development of business clusters, which are concentrations of
interconnected businesses, suppliers, and organisations such as
universities or colleges. Such clusters are relatively new in
Hungary and the visit will include looking at how they are managed
and how cluster members co-operate with each other.
Dr Silke Machold, Joint Head of the Management Research Centre,
said: "The Management Research Centre is hosting three consultants
from the Innovitas Research Centre in Miskolc, Hungary. Innovitas
specialises in developing business clusters in Hungary and have
successfully developed innovation and customer services clusters in
“Dr Csaba Mester, Gabriella Mester and Tamas Toth are visiting
the University as part of a an international project that seeks to
share best practice in developing sustainable clusters specifically
related to human resource management and e-learning. We are
delighted to welcome our visitors to the University."
Caption: Visitors Dr Csaba Mester, Gabriella
Mester, Tamas Toth with Dr Silke Machold and Mike Haynes
Picture: Terry Dean
For more information please contact Vickie Warren in the Media
Relations Office on 01902 322736
Date Issued: Monday, 13 September 2010
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