- 16 Jul 2018 7:30 AM
With more than 10 Nobel Prize laureates and a number of game changing inventions like the modern transformer, the carburettor, the cathode ray, Vitamin C, quantum mechanics and digital computing, Hungarians have given a lot to the world.
After WWII, Hungary was turned into a production base for buses, tools, agricultural equipment and medical devices. This industrial heritage combined with a traditionally strong knowledge base in mathematics, physics, and chemistry is still alive and well.
At the edge of the digital industrial revolution the time has come to turn Hungary into a hub for research, innovation and highly advanced manufacturing.
With the digital talent and skills, supported by the practice-based dual education system, continuous tax reduction on employment and appealing incentive schemes, we not only have the right strategy, but we are able to implement that.