Egis and the Uzbek Medicines Authority have signed a collaboration agreement in Tashkent to improve pharmaceutical regulations and access to medicines in Uzbekistan.
Egis joined the countrywide event series of the Researchers' Night with a special program
Egis teamed up with the local organisers of the Ménesi Road Cultural Street Party for the second time, apropos of the person of Sándor Balla, the founder of our company, who lived in one of the mansions on the Ménesi Road (Gellért Hill).
Our company's initiative, #kémiamindenkinek ((#chemistryforeveryone) awarded at HR Best, one of the most prestigious HR competitions in Hungary. Five large companies made it to the final in the “Future Talent Investors” category. Based on the jury's decision Egis' career guidance program received the gold award.
Egis Polska received Friendly Workplace Award and Great Place to Work title
The selection process for the position of Egis Group’s Commercial Director has been closed. As a result, dr Csaba Pácz remains head of the Commercial Directorate.
After sixteen years with the company, Dr Péter Mázsár, Commercial Director will leave Egis at the end of August.
As Diamond Sponsor of the comprehensive nationwide health tests program (MÁESZ), our company considers the protection of health to be top priority.
Two technology-intensive developments, carried out with state subsidies, were completed at Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC’s Körmend site (Hungary). The investments were inaugurated by Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and by the company’s CEO, Dr. István Hodász on 15 October. In addition to a new packaging plant, Egis has also established a plant with special knowledge and technology requirements, typically suitable to manufacture oncology products. Thus, Egis is now able to implement all value-creating processes within the field of oncology, from development to active ingredient and finished product manufacturing.
As research and development are fundamental pillars of our strategy Egis is deeply committed to raise students’ interest in science and help the promising young minds develop their talents. That is why we have been supporting the annual ’Scientific and Innovation Talent Recruitment Contest for Youth’ for decades. This year, Egis’ prize went to undergraduate student Hunor Sebők.
The Semmelweis University and Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC have agreed on an even closer cooperation than before. Our common goal is to further raise the standards of pharmaceutical R+D as well as pharmacist and doctor training by making use of the synergies in each other’s activities. As a result of the agreement, new health industrial innovations can be launched and the Semmelweis University can be extended with more practical educational and training elements that also meet the needs of the Hungarian pharmaceutical industry.
Microsoft and HR Fest — the largest HR professional festival in Hungary — established a new professional award category within HR Best awards called ‘Future Proof Organizations’.
One of the streets of the town has become greener.
We are proud to have contributed to the recognition of the most innovative young people.
Students studying for their advanced level secondary school-leaving exam can benefit from the new feature of the Colourful Chemistry platform. The downloadable collection of exercises can help students in the second part of the advanced exam, when they have to perform or explain some experiments.
We are inviting secondary school students interested in the practical application of chemistry to take part in our special competition, organized together with Researchers’ Night. The first round will be held online then the groups of three will compete at the Egis Science and Technology Centre in September.
On the Night of Museums, we welcomed visitors in three groups in the Egis Science and Technology Centre. Many people expressed their interest in the everyday life of a pharmaceutical company and places were snapped up so quickly that after a few days we had to close the registration.
The final of the complex academic competition of Budapest Center of Technical Vocational Training - Petrik Lajos Bilingual Vocational School was held for the sixth time at the Egis Science and Technology Centre. Besides the students of the Budapest based institution, students of the Esztergom Centre of Vocational Training - Bottyán János Vocational School also participated in the competition for 11th grade students.
Over the year, non-professionals have the chance to visit the Egis Science and Technology Centre (ESTC) a couple of times and we are always delighted to see that our events are always highly popular. It wasn’t different this year either, within days we were fully booked.