Euro-Office Hungary to build business incubator in Győr

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Real estate developer Euro-Office Hungary is to build a business incubator in Győr (W Hungary) at a cost of HUF 352 million co-financed with European Union and state funding, managing director/owner Jaános Puskádi told MTI.

The new facility will provide start-up small and medium-sized businesses with appropriate infrastructure from next summer.

The project company has won HUF 175 million in EU and state funding.

The developer will renovate a three-storey, 2,500sqm building and create offices fitted with modern technology for up to 15 companies per floor.

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