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Five Hungarian startups attend SXSW

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Five Hungarian startups are exhibiting at the 22nd South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas with the support of Design Terminál, the Hungarian state agency responsible for the stimulation of creative industries, the agency said today in a press release.

The five-day-long event that began on Friday hosts the most exciting startups from 80 countries around the world. Hungary is being represented by Brewie, Synetiq, Vidzor, Notch and Sbrick, having been chosen by Bridge Budapest CEO Veronika Pistyur, Ustream co-founder Gyula Fehér and  Prezi co-founder Ádám Somlai-Fischer.

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