Hungarian startups among the world’s most successful technological projects

Within the framework of Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge Program, four Hungarian scientific technology startups have been listed among the world’s most successful “deep tech pioneers”, out of more than 5,000 applicants. Thanks to the certification, the Hungarian startups – Biopesticide, ITMedicine, Lupfig and Jfermi – will introduce themselves next March in Paris at the world’s most important deep tech trade show, Hello Tomorrow Global Summit.


Hello Tomorrow is a Paris-based international organisation whose purpose is to identify the most promising global scientific and technological projects. This year, the organisation’s competition Global Startup Challenge was participated by 5176 applicants from 128 countries worldwide including several Hungarian companies, out of which four startups were selected to the semi-finals (12th – 13th March 2020).

At the event, the Hungarian businesses can introduce themselves in front of 1,100 corporate leaders, 1,000 scientific researchers and innovators, 250 investors and 150 international journalists, and will also gain the opportunity to be chosen as the best in their categories.


The four Hungarian startups have been selected for their outstanding activities in:


Biopesticide – developing bio-agricultural pest-killing solutions;


ITMedicine – dedicated to developing unique physiological gynaecological diagnostic medical devices;


Lupfig team – developing a new generator system that is capable of providing electric aircraft ultralight solutions;


Jfermi – revolutionising biotechnology research that enables the improvement of teaching labs in higher education.


“The role of scientific technology projects is increasing worldwide as more and more serious problems have to be faced in either medicine, climate protection or sustainability, for which innovative deep tech enterprises can provide a solution.


Hello Tomorrow Hungary is constantly waiting for startups applications, and we are open to working closely with industry and government stakeholders, as extensive collaboration is essential to the success of the national scientific and technological projects”– said István Csatári, Director of Hello Tomorrow Hungary. Hello Tomorrow Global Summit has a partnership with such leading multinational companies as BNP Paribas, the Boston Consulting Group, L’Oréal, Merck, and Safran.

Read more at: https://dailynewshungary.com/four-hungarian-projects-among-the-worlds-most-successful-technological-startups/

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