BÉT50 companies - 2019
The Ironmen - Almási Kft.
Sándor Almási Jr. and Sándor Almási, owners of Almási Kft.
Almási Kft. increased its turnover by nearly one third between 2016 and 2018, and now this Mezőkövesd business plans to strengthen its international operations as well.
A startup success story from the 1990s - ARH Informatikai Zrt.
Tamás Hennel, regional director of ARH Informatikai Zrt.
What do these things have in common: the automatic border-control gate soon to go live at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc Airport, a road toll payment monitoring system and the intelligent traffic surveillance system dubbed “VÉDA”? All of them use cutting-edge identification technology supplied by a single Hungarian company.
Advanced pest control - Bábolna Bio Kft.
Dr Dániel Bajomi, Managing Director of Bábolna Környezetbiológiai Központ Kft.
The Bábolna State Farm set up the Pest Control Station as a separate division for exterminating rats on livestock farms in 1965. As its scope of activities expanded, the pest control company changed its name to Bábolna Environmental Biology Centre (Bábolna Környezetbiológiai Központ), and has now held the name Bábolna Bio Kft. for over ten years.
Property market synergies - Biggeorge Property Zrt.
Tibor Nagygyörgy, Chief Executive Officer of Biggeorge Property Zrt.
Tibor Nagygyörgy, one of the most successful property investors in Hungary, started doing business when he was a teenager. Now, his company group has more than a hundred firms.
Technical precision: the secret of great wine - Bock Borászat Kft.
József Bock, the founder and owner of Bock Borászat Kft.
The history of professional winemaking on the Bock Estate stretches back to the 1980s.
CNC Rapid Kft. is getting fit to go public - CNC Rapid Kft.
András Csoma, Managing Director of CNC Rapid Kft.
CNC Rapid Kft. in Győr makes machine-cut metallic parts with thousandth millimeter accuracy and was taken over in 2016.
The monument specialists - Confector Kft.
Ágoston Holman, Foreman of Confector Kft., Attila Holman, Managing Director and Owner, and Péter Holman, Controlling Manager
Confector, a general contractor, took the path less travelled when they chose to specialise in renovating historic buildings that require highly-skilled expertise. Their achievements over almost three decades since their foundation have proved them right. Their largest project so far was the renovation of the Carmelite building complex, a prominent building in the Budapest landscape.
From peacekeeping to solar energy - CoreComm SI Kft.
Balázs Horváth, Managing Director of CoreComm SI Kft.
Balázs Horváth and his enterprise, CoreComm SI, supported the installation and maintenance of the telecommunications, IT, and low-voltage networks of the US Army in Bosnia.
Openness and expertise - Daniella Kft.
Ernő Hadnagy, Managing Director of Daniella Kft.
Daniella accredits its rapid development to its reliability, the involvement of external experts, and its internal training programmes.
Tested and proven - Di-Care Zrt.
Béla Tímár, Chief Executive Officer of Di-Care Zrt.
The story of Di-Care Zrt., a medical equipment manufacturer, started exactly ten years ago, during the 2008 financial crisis. They have since then covered one quarter of the Hungarian market with their Méry brand blood-sugar meters and test strips, products that have facilitated the lives of tens of thousands of diabetics easier every day. Their international expansion is also imminent.