Home Sitemap E-mail Us Magyar English
Home
   
Main Sponsors

MOL Nyrt.
Audi Hungaria
Vodafone Group Plc.
Magyar Telekom Co.
GE Hungary Ltd.
Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC
Gedeon Richter Plc.
77 Elektronika Ltd.
Ericsson Hungary Ltd.
Intel

Main Sponsors

  MOL
mol.hu/en/
MOL Group is an integrated, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It is active in over 40 countries with a dynamic international workforce of 27,000 people and a track record of more than 100 years in the industry. They hold the lead positions in their home markets within Central Eastern Europe. MOL Hungary is a member of the MOL Group, a decisive player in Hungary and the economy of Central and Eastern Europe, and covers all aspects of the supply chain. There are 460 MOL stations in the country. MOL Hungary is also present in the plastics processing industry. In 2013, MOL Bubi Community Bicycle was introduced in Budapest and in 2018 the MOL Limo Community Car Service.

  Audi Hungaria
www.audi.hu
Since the founding of Audi Hungaria, it has grown into one of the country's largest exporters and one of the largest revenue-generating companies in the country. Audi Hungaria is also the largest employer in the region, employing 12 307 employees on December 31, 2017, and one of the largest foreign investors in Hungary. Audi has been manufacturing motors for the Audi and Volkswagen Group since 1994. Since then, the company has evolved into the world's largest engine factory, and its staff have produced more than 30 million engines in Győr so far.

  Vodafone Group Plc.
www.vodafone.com
Vodafone Group provides a broad range of services, including voice, message, data and fixed communications, as one of the world's leading telecommunications providers. Vodafone has mobile services in 25 countries and has more than 46 partner networks and fixed network services in 18 markets. By December 31, 2017, Vodafone has 529.1 million mobile and 19.3 million fixed line broadband clients. For more information, visit www.vodafone.com.

  Magyar Telekom Co.
www.magyartelekom.hu
The new company name of Matáv Rt. is Magyar Telekom since 6th May, 2005, and its business lines will adopt the international T-brands.
The new names of the business lines are T-Com (formerly Matáv Wireline Services Line of Business), T-Online (formerly Axelero), T-Mobile, T-Systems (formerly Matáv Business Services Line of Business) and T-Kábel (formerly MatávkábelTV). The rebranding will give fresh impetus to every member of the group in product development and customer service.
The T-brand stands for top-of-the-class telecommunications services and superior quality in all the markets where the representatives of the T-brand are present.

  GE Hungary Ltd.
www.ge.com
GE is a diversified technology, media and financial services company focused on solving some of the world's toughest problems with its products and services. Its three main fields of business are Healthcare, Industrial and Infrastructure. They serve products in more than 100 countries and they have 13 factories in 11 Hungarian cities. Moreover, three sections (Healthcare, Lighting, Water) do R&D in Hungary. The Hungarian establishment was founded in 1996, since that time, it has been done more than 450 projects to make better the life of the local communities. It also supports the creation and working of some innovative educational programs.

  Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC
www.egis.hu
The pharmaceuticals factory has been in operation since 1913 in Keresztúri Street, Budapest, where the foundations of research and production were laid by Dr. Wander. With tradition and modernity in mind the old building is as much a symbol of EGIS as are the state-of-the-art and human scale research based in Bökényföldi Street, Budapest and the adjacent production facilities. Following in the foot steps of its legal predecessors, EGIS has been producing cardiovascular drugs for 79 years.

  Gedeon Richter Plc.
www.richter.hu
Gedeon Richter Ltd. established in 1901 carries out research, development, manufacture and marketing of human finished drugs, active substances and intermediates. Production takes place in Hungary (Budapest, Dorog) and in Russia, Romania, the Ukraine and India as well. The Company manufactures about one hundred kinds of pharmaceuticals in more than 170 presentations. Among its products are original, generic and licensed preparations. The products cover numerous therapeutic areas, with special emphasis on the production and development of drugs for the central nervous system, as well as antiulcer agents, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal preparations and oral contraceptives. Research into drugs of the central nervous system and development of generic products are of primary importance. In the past 50 years Gedeon Richter Ltd. has introduced ten original preparations to the market.

  77 Elektronika Ltd.
www.e77.hu
77 Elektronika Ltd. was founded in 1986 in Budapest, Hungary, and shortly became one of the most prosperous privately owned Hungarian companies. The pledge of the continuous growth is the Company's philosophy focusing on the innovation and development.
The company has two main fields of development:
Medical diagnostics,
Telecommunication.

  Ericsson Hungary Ltd.
www.ericsson.com
Ericsson is Hungary's largest company dealing with telecommunication and information technology research and software development activities. These activities - performed within the frames of the global R&D programme of Ericsson - were initiated immediately after the establishment of the company, in 1991. Now 530 employees of the 930 current staff members of the company are active in the area of research and development.
Being a partner of the most significant participants of the Hungarian telecommunication service provision industry, Ericsson Hungary Ltd. has greatly contributed to the development of Hungary's telecommunication infrastructure during the past one and a half decades. With its innovative and future-looking approach, the company wishes to promote the development of the Hungarian economy and through the introduction of modern technology, it tries to make the Hungarian market attractive for foreign investors.

  Intel
www.intel.com
Intel is the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. The company develops advanced integrated digital technology, primarily integrated circuits, for industries such as computing and communications. Intel develops solutions that transform the way people live, work, communicate, and play. Intel's legacy of innovation continues to challenge the status quo and to lead the world to discover what's next. Intel continues to enable and accelerate the digital revolution, deliver market driving technology, rally the industry, and drive new standards.
Through the Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS) and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) - both programs of Society for Science & the Public - more than 6 million pre-college students from around the world compete for millions of dollars in awards and scholarships each year while gaining valuable research skills.
At the university level, the Intel Challenge business plan competition invites students from around the world to submit their plans for turning technology ideas into business opportunities. The 2011 Intel Global Challenge edition awarded a total of $100,000 in cash prizes and provided valuable Silicon Valley experience.
Hungarian Association for Innovation

Registered office and postal address:
H-1116, Hungary
Budapest, Fehérvári St. 108-112. 2nd floor
(Nádor udvar)

phone: (+36 1) 430 3330
innovacio@innovacio.hu
www.innovacio.hu
Design: VISUALIA