The European Championship of young professionals will see nearly 100,000 visitors attending over three days. The event is held once every two years in one of the WorldSkills Europe member states.
In Budapest, 600 competitors from 28 countries will try their skills in 37 trades before 500 experts and jury members. The competitors compare knowledge in six sectors: creative arts and fashion, information and communication technologies, manufacturing and logistics, and social/personal services.
There will also be exhibitions, conferences, and other professional events throughout the three days. It will provide an opportunity for representatives of European industry, public organizations and stakeholders to exchange international experiences and network.
The event will cover the whole area of HUNGEXPO, comprising six halls and an event tent over 60,000sqm.
Gabor Ganczer, CEO of HUNGEXPO, said: “We are proud that HUNGEXPO will be the host and organizing partner of the upcoming EuroSkills event. After four years of preliminary work, hundreds of people are still working to bring this great prestigious event to a success.
“This will be the largest evet of all our internationally hosted event, and we strive to bring it to a huge success.”