The Debrecen BSC Roundtable welcomes a new member

Cosmo Consult is the tenth member of the business service sector cooperation in Debrecen.

Photo credit: Facebook (Papp László) | The photo was taken at the announcement of Cosmo Consult's new IT development and service centre in Debrecen.

By joining, Cosmo Consult has taken on objectives such as supporting secondary and higher education and raising the sector’s profile.

More than 5,000 people work in the business services sector in Debrecen. The Debrecen Business Service Centers Roundtable (Debrecen BSC Roundtable) was set up four years ago, and it represents nine companies to raise the profile of the sector. 

Szilveszter Megyesi, managing director of 4IG, representing the roundtable’s member companies, said education was a key focus. More than 4,000 university and secondary school students were introduced to the services sector last year. 

What makes the cooperation special is that it is a unique partnership, where member companies put their own brand in the background and help the future generation to build their careers, he added.

Cosmo Consult, which recently opened its office in Debrecen, was the tenth company to join the roundtable. Anett Polocz, Managing Director, said that they wanted to develop in a region with a high investment climate and good infrastructure. They are consciously working to become an active member of the city and the region.

She added that they want to be a useful part of the life of the city and support its citizens, students, and businesses in as many areas as possible. They see that the Debrecen BSC Roundtable has been carrying out activities with a very strong professional value for many years now.

The new member of the Debrecen BSC Roundtable was welcomed by Deputy Mayor of Debrecen István Puskás. The deputy mayor stressed that the business services sector is a key factor in the city’s economy. As before, they are trying to support the work of the roundtable as a good partner and the work of the individual companies because they have an important common interest in the building of Debrecen. He added that he is confident that this model will not only be exemplary in Debrecen but will be a good practice to be followed elsewhere.