Hungarian software Prezi wins prestigious award

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Hungarian presentation software company Prezi was awarded at The Europeas Awards, the most prestigious technology startup tech awards of Europe.

Prezi founders Péter Árvai, Péter Halacsy and Ádám Somlai-Fischer were awarded in ‘Best Startup Founder or Co-founders’ category, PR manager of Prezi Csaba Faix said.

Péter Árvai is scheduled to meet David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, today (June 11) evening, PR manager Csaba Faix added.

Prezi was founded in 2009 and spread fast due to its revolutionary idea of preparing presentations and storing them online. Their presentation software is today used by more than 40 million people around the world.

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