The call for European Strategic Cluster Partnerships for Smart Specialization Investments is now open.
The 3rd EUREKA Danube Call was announced in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. The project is for R&D projects, focusing on developing innovative products and applications in all technological and application areas.
Call to an unmissable opportunity to every actor in the cultural and creative sector whose interested in Internationalization.
The Hungarian labour market will increasingly need workers and the government supports companies in hiring workers from above the age of 55.
Enterprise Europe Network adviser Rebecca van Leeuwen shares her top five upcoming opportunities for transport sector entrepreneurs to make an impact.
Despite Brussels’ new emphasis on smart specialisation, there is an ongoing difficulty in capturing the value of EU cohesion policy
Hungarian suppliers of major car manufacturers will be most affected by the expansion of the market for electric vehicles.
The number of job vacancies in Hungary has reached a record high, according to figures released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH).
On the 13rd December 2017, the GKI Economic Research Co.'s forecast for 2018 was published.
EU’s next research framework programme need bigger budget, fair salaries for researchers and more money for countries with weaker research systems.
65% of the SMEs that Enterprise Europe Network support expect to increase their turnover in the next 12 months. What's happening on the ground?
We have to highlight these two things as a key to success regarding the international conference and matchmaking event "Open4Business 2017" organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya and the Enterprise Europe Network Pécs.
The University of Pécs is launching a training program in aircraft development and production with the involvement of local manufacturer Magnus Aircraft.
The international REFREsh (aimed at revitalizing the rural cultural heritage) project’s kick off meeting was completed successfully on the18th September 2017, 70 km from Leipzig, in Klosterbuch, in an old monastery.
Hungarian spend most of their money on utilities and an average respondent saves 13.1% of their monthly income, according to a survey included in a draft government strategy to improve financial literacy.