Invitel extending InnoMax grant
Hungarian tele- and info-communications company, Invitel, is expanding its CSR program InnoMax grants, to include schools from 2015, the company announced at its InnoMax Klub conference last week.
The new granting scheme is dubbed InnoSchool and opens the floor for Hungarian elementary and secondary schools to apply with their tenders. The aim of the granting scheme is to encourage educational institutions to engage in info-communication and raise awareness of smart devices, as Invitel believes that related knowledge would be indispensable in the future.
“Invitel is continuously seeking opportunities to offer efficient support for its clients” Invitel’s Operative Chief Imre Mártha said, adding that their granting schemes are not only to support their clients’ needs but also to shape future generations.
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