Three Hungarian companies show at CeBIT in Hanover
Three Hungarian companies traveled to Hanover to participate in technology fair CeBIT from March 14-18. The firms were chosen by a professional jury in the framework of Hungarian National Trading House’s (MNKH) InnoTrade program, according to reports.
The three companies, Leopoly, Syncee and Virgo, are supported by the MNKH during the fair, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
Leopoly develops a design and customization software platform accompanied by an app store for 3D printing, Syncee offers an automation solution for web stores and Virgo makes a high-tech container, dubbed the Beachegg, to keep valuables safe at the beach, according to reports.
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