Invitel presents InnoMax awards


Hungarian tele- and info-communications company, Invitel today presented its sixth InnoMax awards, the firm’s CSR program, offering the awards in an extended scheme with new categories this year.

“Innovation is a two-way street: Solutions are either made for existing market demands or there is an original idea and demand for that needs to be found” Invitel’s Operative Chief Imre Mártha said today at the presenting ceremony.

“InnoMax has grown into a brand in the past six years and has become one with the notions of innovation and Invitel” Gyöngyvér Gerlei, Corporate Sales Director at Invitel, said at the presentation.

The winners in each category were chosen by a panel of professionals who evaluated entries according to strict criteria: project complexity, competitiveness on the market, innovativeness, and importance for society.

The winners in each categories are as follows:

InnoSchool award for elementary school: Kőbányai Kertvárosi Általános Iskola

InnoSchool award for secondary school: Szentgotthárdi III. Béla Szakközépiskola és Kollégium

InnoSchool audience award: Budapest XV. Kerületi Károly Róbert Általános Iskola

InnoApps in two categories: Ádám Fábián and Zoltán Imre Regéczy with “Anatomy all around the world” application and Viktor Kovács with “Pipa Gazdák 1081”

InnoMax Non Profit: Boldogságban Felcseperedni Alapítvány

InnoMax Loyalty: Tolnagro Állatgyógyászati Szolgáltató és Kereskedelmi Kft. with “Tolnagro AVAYA CallCenter"

InnoMax Business Category I: Mol-kontrol Automatizálás és Bejelentés Kft.

InnoMax Business Category II: Wildon Informatikai Szolgáltató és Tanácsadó Kft.

InnoMax Business Category III: Mediso Orvosi Berendezés Fejlesztő és Szervíz Kft.

InnoMax Non Profit audience award: Westie Rescue Hungary


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