HUF 6.5 mln raised at Design Terminal charity auction

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Design Terminal collected a record of nearly HUF 6.5 million at its traditional "Talent for Good" Christmas charity auction, which supports the work of Hungarian Interchurch Aid, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

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Design Terminal brought together talents for the auction: young entrepreneurs, designers, athletes, innovators and their partners offered products and services for charity.

The full takings at the event were offered to Hungarian Interchurch Aid, helping mainly poor families. Similarly to last year, this year’s event showcased not only the products of the most successful young designers, but also the innovative services of companies and large business partners mentored by Design Terminal.

Design Terminal is a non-profit, government-backed innovation agency that creates bridges between companies and startups, links different business environments, and supports the development of a regional and domestic entrepreneurial ecosystem in Hungary, the press release noted.

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