Eleven businesses have moved into the Nagykanisza Incubator and Innovation Center since the HUF 500 million centre opened at the end of last November, Nagykanizsa (SW Hungary) mayor Péter Cseresnyés said at a press conference in the city on Friday.
The centre, which caters to start-ups and companies that relocate to the area, is about one-third full, Cseresnyés said. The centre should be half full by the end of the year, he added. The centre is in a converted army barracks. European Union funding covered HUF 366 million of the cost of the investment.