Five Dynamic Hungarian Tech Companies to Visit at SXSW

Five Dynamic Hungarian Tech Companies to Visit at SXSW

It’s that time of year again – South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1986, SXSW was primarily intended to be a venue to showcase new, local music – as well as forward-looking technologies and ideas. We know of five Hungarian companies visiting SXSW this year, and we’re excited to see what they do in the U.S! You can find them on Sunday March 12th, in the Startup section – booths #1725, #1727, and #1729.


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Picturio is a smart photo organizing software that uses machine learning to help you speed up the process of choosing the best photos from a large batch. We tried the software using event photos from our recent trip to Budapest – and it worked great!


Rarelines Inc. has developed TimeNote, an application for iPads that allows users to create text-annotations throughout an audio or media file. The interface is incredibly intuitive and makes editing interviews, music, and more so much easier.


Cabsolutely is a dispatch system for taxis. They have an application for drivers and fleet management software for dispatchers. With existing fleets in Oklahoma and Nashville, Cabsolutely is able to fit the needs of large, complex taxi systems in the United States.


Be-novative’s platform is an online space for creative professionals to collaborate, host workshops, and exchange notes. The platform makes remote collaboration more efficient and structured.


We had an opportunity to visit Leopoly’s offices in Budapest last month, and we were not disappointed:

Leopoly has created a 3D design software that makes product and object design accessible to a much wider audience. Our Marketing Associate Noah has no experience in product design, and he was comfortable in shaping several different types of objects using Leopoly’s system. We used their virtual reality system, but Leopoly also offers a computer software that only requires a mouse.

Photos from Hungarian National Trading House Chicago Visit in October

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Nora Pataki, Project Director at the Hungarian National Trading House, visited Washington D.C. and Chicago in October. During her visit she attended a wine tasting at the Library of Congress and met with several Chicago companies and organizations. These meetings will help build relationships between American and Hungarian companies, as well as  

Fabrice Bonvoisin at the Taste of Hungary event at the Library of Congress


Nora Pataki, HNTH Project Director, visiting the FB International office in downtown Chicago


Meeting David Baker of the Energy Foundry and Jennifer Allen of Coalition: Energy


Touring Coalition: Energy


Professor Bob Krawczyk explains the structure of the Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture


Professors Ron Henderson and Marshall Brown explain their pioneering work in the field of Driverless Cities


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