Wing becomes gold-level supporter of science

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The technological and chemistry sections of the 34th Conference of National Scientific Studentsʼ Associations (OTDK) are set to take place at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) on March 21-23, with real estate developer Wing Zrt. acting as a gold-level supporter.

Wing Chairman-CEO Noah Steinberg

"OTDK is the most significant scientific student forum in the country, where students in higher education may show their talent," says Wing Chairman-CEO Noah Steinberg, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. "We believe that every real estate development started by us is an investment into Hungaryʼs future, meaning trust towards that future in Hungary, and supporting talented youth through OTDK and competition means the same to us," he adds.

While the OTDK technological and chemistry sections are underway, Wing will hold two professional presentations for students regarding the development of the Hungarian Nobel Prize Winners Research & Development Park, and the Magyar Telekom HQ. The two presenters will be Wing Deputy CEO Norbert Schőmer and project manager Gábor Pados. At the event, Wing will also present its activities at an individual information stand.

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