The The Health Industry Innovation Center of Pécs Ltd. (hungarian name: Pécsi Egészségipari Innovációs Központ Zrt. in the folowing in short: PEIK Zrt.)
was established in 2007 with the aim of - to actively participate in the " Pécs – Pole of Life Quality” economic development program, - to facilitate cooperation with university research institutes, and healthcare interested companies or institutes, to improve the health status of the population, and the prevention and treatment of diseases, as well as the economic development of the region. Above all, its main purpose is to manage and support the dynamic development of the network of Biotechnology Innovation Base Cluster (in short: BIB) which contains more than 40 companies.
The tasks of PEIK: - education, training, - support for research and development, - provision of market information and technology transfer from laboratories and hospital / clinical departments to industrial innovation, - management of the innovation cluster, - provision of incubator tasks.
From September 2011, we had the opportunity to fully operate the Industrial Park of Pécs as an Innovation Center.
In the framework of the „Realization of Joint Investments and Increasing the Competitiveness of the Biotechnology Innovation Cluster” DDOP-1.1.3-11-2011-0009 tender, the faster and more competitive utilization of already completed, ongoing and future planned developments of PEIK Zrt could realise with a new technological platform wihich allows further R + D + I activities and a cell and tissue culture laboratory with small series production capacity which supports the market penetration of the in vitro diagnostic medical devices, one of the most important product category.
The short fom about Pécs Healthcare Innovation Center Ltd. (PEIK) in the About Us menu are used with the permission of Univerity of Pécs and UNIV Television.
The formation of the Biotechnology Innovation Base Cluster operating in the South Transdanubia region of Hungary was based on the cooperation of 5 small enterprises in the 1990s. The cooperation agreement of the cluster was signed by 10 founding members on December 10, 2005, and in 2008 for the first time it received the status of an accredited innovation cluster with 16 members, which was continuously renewed in 2011, 2014 and 2017. Today, with 42 members, it is the country’s first fourth-accredited cluster. Initially, the cluster consisted of companies working in the field of biotechnology, which has now been supplemented by small and medium-sized enterprises operating in the field of bioinformatics, engineering and food industry to serve emerging needs.
Downloadable documents of our cluster
Annexes of the Operational Regulations
Aviation Valley - Letter of intent
Soft Flow Hungary Kft.
Imuno Histocit S.R.L.
DSS Consulting Kft.
Innovációs és Technológia Fejlesztési Központ Nonprofit Kft.
MEDICOR Elektronika Zrt.
Kaposi Mór Oktató Kórház
Kaposvári Egyetem Diagnosztikai és Onkoradiológiai Intézet
Culevit Kft. BioTech Hungary Kft.
Zalai Gondviselés Patika Bt.
ENVIROINVEST Környezetvédelmi és Biotechnológiai Zrt.
Gyöngyös Tamás EV
B2AM Innovációs Kft.
Szekeres György Álmos EV
Zorn Lászlóné EV
Pécsi Egészségipari Innovációs Központ Zrt.
CADSOL Mérnökiroda Kft.
General Automotive Hungary Kft.
PEPE Mobil Bt.
GL MÉRNÖK Kft.
Pécsi Sörfőzde Zrt.
MAVA Befektetési Tanácsadó Kft.
Farmaventura Befektető Kft.
Global Food 2018 Kft.
Equal opportunities officer
Dr. Zoltán Szemerey