Invitel sees record number of applicants

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Hungarian tele- and info-communications company, Invitel saw a record number of 114 applicants for its InnoMax grant last year, and driven by this success, it is offering an extended grant scheme this year, the company announced today.

“Continuous improvement and the capacity for renewal are part of Invitel’s thinking, and the same is true for Innomax. In 2010, we registered 24 applicants for the tender of our grant scheme, by 2014 it reached a record number of 114, including innovative companies, institutions, non-profit organizations and individuals. I trust that with the extension of the grant scheme, this year we will be able to break last year’s record” Invitel’s operative director Imre Mártha said.

InnoMax has been offering support through the grant scheme since 2009 to domestic initiatives in the field of innovation. As of this year, Invitel is extending its scheme by making it available to primary school and secondary school projects under the banner InnoSchool.

The InnoMax Business grant scheme is another branch of the scheme open to businesses with a staff of 5-19, 20-69 and 70.

InnoApps is open to young “developers” under the age of 30, who can apply with operating system applications, software and web-based developments.

Non-profit organizations can also send in applications for the prize to receive products and services worth HUF 500,000, including a professional consultation.

“The loyalty of Invitel clients is important to the company” Mártha added, as such Invitel is offering the InnoMax Hűség Díj (Loyalty Prize) to all the client companies and institutions who wish to apply with ready projects.

Applications are being accepted as of today (February 3) with a deadline of March 31. For more information on the application process and awards click this link.

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