By Gianluca Bellan and Andrea Hak Hungary is a startup hub on the rise. You’ve no doubt already heard of Prezi, the country’s first unicorn, which ended the reign of boring presentations globally by making them more engaging and interactive. The company now has over 100 million users, raised $72.8 million in funding and made its first acquisition in 2017. While not the first Hungarian born startup, Prezi’s success ignited the growth of an innovative startup scene. In the year Prezi was founded, 2009, the country already had its first English language workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs, the Venture Accelerator Course,…

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