Cornerstone of new business incubator laid in Kapuvár
The local council of Kapuvár (NW Hungary) signed a contract with contractor Fertődi Építő és Szolgáltató to build a 400-square-meter business incubator in the local industrial park.
The project received a €433,000 grant under the European Union's cross-border cooperation program. The business incubator will be established in partnership with the town of Velky Meder, Slovakia, which also received €173,000 for the project and has set up an incubator on its own.
The Kapuvár local council will provide €23,000 for the project.
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