WHO WE ARE
ExplicoTech is a spin-off of Explico, a public policy and regulatory consultancy boutique with a wide experience in monitoring, regulatory analysis and compliance. Building on this legacy, ExplicoTech looks forward at the disruptive effect of technological changes, predicting and analyzing future trends and their impact on all industries to support our clients in their response to this decade's challenges. Through intelligence gathering, future trend analysis and disruption strategy, we place our multidisciplinary expertise in the hands of decision-makers at all levels. With a truly international team and a forward-looking mindset, we are the prototype of the next generation consultancy.
WHAT WE DO
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
ExplicoTech is always looking for energetic, innovative and curious minds, willing to join our international team in Budapest.
Join our team if:
- You seek to constantly expand your professional horizons and break the barriers of your field of expertise
- You have an analytical mind and an innate curiosity
- You enjoy staying connected to the world and keeping up with the latest news
- You have an excellent command of English (other languages are highly recommended)
- You are driven by challenges and seek new opportunities
As true believers in the principle of constant learning, we find it essential to work in an environment that allows people to come up with ideas, pursue their interests and grow to fulfill their potential. We offer a vibrant and energetic working environment, with a start-up vibe, in which you can cultivate your interests and develop a variety of skills, irrespective of your academic or professional background.
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