15 startups included in BME business incubation program
Some fifteen startups have been included in the Budapest University of Technology's business incubation program dubbed BME Z10, launched one year ago, the university said on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
The teams have so far received investments of a combined HUF 175 million.
Students have applied with more than 150 business ideas for the program.
Applications for the new accelerator program can be submitted by February 28.
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