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Bosch is Job Creator of the Year

Investor of the Year award

  • Continuous, dynamic expansion in the automotive development citadel of Hungary
  • Quality jobs, outstanding expertise
Bosch is Job Creator of the Year

Budapest – Robert Bosch Kft. came away from the “Investor of the Year” gala with the title of Job Creator of the Year. Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, presented the award to Daniel Korioth, representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary and Oliver Schatz, head of Engineering Center Budapest.

Automotive development started in Robert Bosch Kft. in 2000 with a staff of five associates. The Engineering Center Budapest, officially set up in 2005, is now one of the top sites of Bosch’s world-level developments. It plays a major role in shaping the future, through developments in automated and electric mobility. Today, more than 3,200 associates work in Robert Bosch Kft., 2,800 of them directly in the development center. In terms of the number of automotive engineers, Budapest is Bosch’s second largest European development site.

Daniel Korioth said at the award gala, “There can be no disputing the need for the growth of the Budapest development team on this enormous scale. But even more important than figures, is the level of quality and expertise. The competence transfer and knowledge transfer we have built up in Budapest in the last nearly twenty years is keeping Bosch in Hungary at the forefront in the quest for future-shaping technologies.” Oliver Schatz added, “Essential to this is the outstanding expertise of our associates. To support creativity and innovative thinking, we as a responsible employer must create high-quality jobs.”

In 2018, Robert Bosch Kft. announced a further expansion of its Budapest campus with a 37-billion-forint project that will last until 2021. Planned for the first phase of the project is a complex to accommodate 1,800 associates.

The “Investor of the Year” awards were launched in 2005 and are presented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency. Companies are honoured in several categories for their contributions to the development of the Hungarian economy and the growth of employment through investment decisions during the year and previous dedicated activities in Hungary.

Tags: Bosch, job creator, competence, innovation

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