Irinyi Capital Funds

Irinyi
Venture
Capital Funds

Financing industrial development in Budapest and Pest county with a special focus on implementing industry 4.0 solutions.

Production development

Industry 4.0 and digitalization

The Irinyi Venture Capital Programmes (Irinyi I Venture Capital Fund and Irinyi II Venture Capital Fund) support the development of small and medium-sized enterprises with growth potential in line with the objectives of the National Industrial Development Strategy (Irinyi Plan).

The capital program, which is unique in Hungary, offers financing opportunities primarily to production and development companies with growth potential. The Funds are looking for companies in key industries as defined in the Irinyi Plan, with particular support for financing industry 4.0 development and digitization processes.

The fund in figures

The fund in figures

Number of investments

(Number - cumulative figure)

111

2019

Value of investments

(Billion forints - cumulative figure)

26

2019

Exits and partial exits

(Number - cumulative figure)

34

2019

Cooperation

with the Irinyi Venture Capital Funds

The priority industries funded by Irinyi Venture Capital Funds include, among others, automotive, machinery, healthcare, chemicals, ICT, green economy and energy, wood, food, defence and related ICT, digital and Industry 4.0 developments.

If you are looking to finance development or digital transformation projects in Budapest or Pest County, it is worth trying the Széchenyi Capital Funds’ dedicated capital fund.

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Széchenyi Funds are a leading capital investment partner for domestic enterprises. We aim to improve the competitiveness of the Hungarian economy, to help develop innovative industries, to enable domestic SMEs to go public, and to achieve economic development goals.

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