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R&D and Innovation in Hungary
Transcript of R&D and Innovation in Hungary
research institutions Source: World Economic Forum, 2011-2012 Latest investments in R&D sector Automotive Key Technology Areas Electronics ICT Life Science Machinery University-industry collaboration Industrial campus programme of Budapest University of Technology and Economics Cooperation program with multinational companies operating in Hungary
Joint R&D and industrial activity of the university and companies
Shaping university R&D strategy to meet business needs
Development of engineering education for preparing Hungarian SMEs to become suppliers
Co-financed by the Hungarian government R&D infrastructure Miskolc - Science Park Debrecen - Regional Science & Innovation Park Szeged - Medical Science Park Budapest - Infopark, Graphisoft Park, Talentis Park Győr Innonet Innovation Center, Széchenyi University Székesfehérvár - Alba Innovation Park Pécs - Pécs Industrial Park, Pannova IP Incentives for R&D investments Direct cash subsidy
based on Government decision
EU co-financed cash subsidy
Development tax allowance
exemption for 80% of the corporate tax payable
25-90% of eligible training costs,
max. EUR 0.87 M if job creation is between 50-500,
max. EUR 1.7 M if job creation >500
Job creation subsidy for SMEs
EUR 3,800-7,000) per new job
Other incentives Thank you for your kind attention IBM Dinner, Washington, DC, December 18, 2012 Embassy of Hungary
Washington, D.C. R&D AND INNOVATION IN HUNGARY Katalin Csorba,
Head of the Hungarian Economic Representatives New Szechenyi Plan Competitiveness Employment Programs of the
New Szechenyi Plan Health industry Labor economy Network economy Home-creation Green economy Knowledge economy Transit economy Principles Integration Global & European
competitiveness Development creating
new markets High added value Why Hungary RDI Startegy Sustainable growth & development based on an efficient RDI system 2020: R&D/GDP=1.8%, 2030:R&D/GDP=3% Globaly competitive knowledge bases Intensive flows of knowledge Efficient knowledge utilization Network economy Thank you for your kind attention! Thank you for your kind attention