Ericsson Hungary operates the biggest ICT R&D Centre in Hungary, employing 1200 highly qualified engineers in the intellectual base located in Budapest. They play a determinant role in the development and operation of mobile and wireline broadband systems worldwide. Patents and innovations elaborated by them form an integral part of telecom technologies currently being in operation. This means that Hungarian engineers' work contributes to every mobile call initiated all over the world.
The chain of education, basic research, applied research, and industrial implementation is exemplary at Ericsson; offering significant support for university education in Hungary by establishing several programmes. The company operates four research laboratories at Budapest University of Technology and Economics and at Eötvös Loránd University, where students and candidates for doctoral degrees are offered the opportunity to acquire the most up-to-date technologies and development methods.
The results of close co-operation with institutes of Hungarian tertiary education, as well as the researches realized in this way, offer a significant background for Ericsson’s innovations. Hungarian ideas often result in true international innovations at the R&D Centre.



Innovation at Electrolux - “Passion for innovation”Innovation is one of the four pillars in Electrolux strategy and therefore a core theme in our communication.
Innovation is key to our success. We are constantly looking for new opportunities and new, better ways to go forward.
We are inspired by trends in consumer behaviour and new technologies, as well as by the drivers that affect the world around us.
The shifting economic centre of gravity, urbanization, changing demographics and climate change will all affect people’s need for appliances around the world, and the design, features and technology of our products.
An innovation may be anything new and different that improves the customer experience or otherwise benefits the customer. Accordingly, we encourage innovation and creativity not only in products and services but equally much in processes, human resources management and business models.
The customer remains the focal point of all innovation



Sigma Technology

Sigma Technology is part of Sigma, and is a global supplier of product information, software and embedded solutions, and offshore development. We are experts with a passion for technology and information, and take pride in delivering quality and constantly improving our deliveries.

Our philosophy is “Local Drive – Global Strength”, therefore we have offices worldwide to be close to our customers, as this is the most effective way to work; both for us and for our customers. We have more than 650 highly-talented and dedicated employees. We have offices in Sweden, China, Hungary, Ukraine, and USA, as well as partner offices in India and Malaysia, and our head office is located in Göteborg, Sweden.

Sigma Technology is a part of the Sigma Group – a leading consultancy group, with the objective to make our customers more competitive.










Skanska Property Hungary is an innovative developer of green office buildings which creates friendly environments for business growth. The company has been operating in Hungary since 1987 and is part of the Skanska Group, a world leader in project development and construction. The projects of Skanska Property Hungary offer top-quality office space at great locations and undergo LEED and EU GreenBuilding certification. The company’s latest project in Budapest is the almost 100% let, award winning Green House. The upcoming 26,200 sq m Nordic Light development on the Váci office corridor is planned to be handed over in the beginning of 2016. 
Skanska Group

Skanska is one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups, with expertise in construction, development of commercial properties and residential projects as well as public-private partnerships. Based on the Group’s global environmental know-how, Skanska aims to be a leader in the development and construction of green projects. The Group currently has 57,000 employees in selected home markets in Europe, the U.S. and Latin America. Skanska’s revenue in 2013 totaled SEK 136 billion (EUR 15.76 billion).


Volvo Autó Hungária Kft.





A Duelbox is an innovative hungarian event-tech company. Our goal is to turn events and conferences into an entertaining user experience. We help our partners with gamification to deliver their message to the audience in an interactive way. We keep staying up-to-date with the latest technology trends so our plafrom is in constant evolution and adapts easily to new requirements. We give a tool to our partners that provides a connection between the audience and the organizers which is a fabulous experience! This way the audience is involved into the flow of the event and can react in realtime. You can use the application for mass-entertainment: play quiz, create a Q&A session, poll/survey session, or play team-building games. The event even becomes more flexible using Duelbox. This is the key to the next generation of events!



Business Sweden

Business Sweden strengthens Sweden as an attractive, innovative and competitive business partner. With about 500 employees in 57 countries and in every region of Sweden, we facilitate and promote the growth of Swedish companies abroad and investment opportunities for foreign companies in Sweden. Business Sweden is owned by the Swedish government and the industry. The shared ownership provides access to contacts and networks at all levels.



Embassy of Sweden – Budapest

The Embassy’s task is to represent Sweden, the Swedish Government in Hungary and to promote Swedish interests.
We do this by having a continuous dialogue with Hungarian representatives, for example regarding cooperation within the EU and through information and collaboration with the cultural and defense sectors as well as with industry, public authorities and other organizations. We support Swedish companies present in Hungary, and we aim to foster an innovative business climate that will be beneficial for both Swedish and Hungarian interests.