Four Hungarian startups participate in tech expo in NYC
Four Hungarian startups are participating in the TechCrunch Disrupt expo in New York City, which started on May 9 and will end today, the Hungarian National Trading House (MNKH) said yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
The four startups attending the expo are Leopoly, xHealth, Publishdrive and Precognox, the MNKH said.
Leopoly is a developer of design and customization software for 3D scanning and virtual reality programs.
xHealth develops Laborom, which is a medical test result organiser platform, also suitable for patient support.
Publishdrive is the operator of an e-book sharing service under the same name.
Precognox is the developer of an online search engine, which includes content analysis features independent of topics.
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