Organizations in FlexiLab

Techin is a Polish company located within Warsaw Technology Park engaged in promoting technology innovation to companies and other organisations, and stimulating their participation in National and European research projects.
Dida company specialising in providing training and technological services for personnel of both public and private sector companies.
The human resource management and organizational behavior section of the Equis Accredited Amsterdam Business School is a relatively young section aiming to conduct and publish high-quality internationally recognized research.
As an independent, Budapest based innovation and consultancy company Future Internet Living Lab is leading prestigious research projects in the field of ICT, disseminating its results through conferences and publications.
The eLearning department of MTA SZTAKI has become a key player of the domestic eLearning market in recent years profiting from its multimedia technology experiences on different areas of eLearning including research, expertise, product and content development.
The Learning Technology Research Institute (LTRI) is part of London Metropolitan University. The LTRI has 9 full-time staff and a network of over 20 associated staff; it has conducted research projects in collaboration with approximately 17 UK and 20 European universities. The LTRI conducts research into the application of information and communication technologies to augment, support and transform learning.
The Department of Information Systems of the Corvinus University of Budapest has been involved in teaching information technology for nearly thirty years. Their main focus is both in teaching and research the IT applications in business and in the public sector. The Department dealt first in Hungary with information management education.
The Netpositive Ltd. is a Hungarian IT company providing a wide range of application development and online communication solutions as well as new media services. Founded in 2001, it is now a well-known company on the content and application development market of Hungary.
The Studio Italia was founded in 1990 with the intention of establishing a center to promote the awareness of everyday Italian culture and the relationship between Italy and Hungary, which may serve as a reference point for those interested in the various practical implications of this culture. Within this context, it strove to differentiate the activities of the company from the Institution of Italian Culture, which aims to provide an introduction of the values of high Italian culture, as well as from the activities of Italian departments of universities striving to achieve objectives of higher education through their training and research functions.