Budapest is objectively one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is no surprise that many people would seriously consider moving there. Located on the river Danube, the city has a rich history, and great architecture (a lot of it marked as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO).
The quality of life is also very nice - the city has around 80 geothermal springs and many, many public baths (spas). Luckily you have options if you want to live in Budapest, but also want to work in a startup. There are many startup jobs in Budapest you can apply to.
Kinsta Hosting - if you haven't heard of Wordpress, you are probably quite new to the internet. Most blogs run on Wordpress, an free software which is a "Blog Tool, Publishing Platform, and CMS" all at the same time. And Kinsta Hosting has specialised itself on hosting for websites running Wordpress.
With their amazing support/customer service team, and their extremely fast hosting (among other perks), they have landed customers like AdEspresso and Ubisoft.
VirtDB - if you are a big fan of data warehousing/business intelligence/databases, VirtDB might be for you. VirtDB specialised itself in extracting data from the SAP ERP - which is not very easy. With VirtDB, you can extract data from your SAP software into your favorite data manipulation software.
The product is very specific, so it might not be for everyone. But for those who are into this kind of thing, VirtDB definitely is a startup you should consider for startup jobs in Budapest.
Tresorit - security is a huge issue on the internet. With the rise of the cloud, you never exactly know where your files are stored, and you have no idea how secure the server is. Especially for businesses, data security is a major issue. While file sharing and collaboration is extremely convenient, it is normally not the most secure way to interact with your files.
Tresorit, definitely one of the more famous startups in Budapest you can work for, provides file protection for the files you never want leaked or lost, while still providing the convenience of file sharing and storage for teams, along with a lot of other convenient perks and features.
If you are into cryptography, Tresorit should be on the top of your list for companies to apply to. Tresorit offered a prize for anyone able to hack their platform - over 1000 hackers tried, all failed.
Taledo is funded by the Investitions Bank Berlin Pro FIT program to further develop its platform to enable and research modern Headhunting through the interplay of AI and human factors. The project is co-financed with funds from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
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