EIT Deep Tech Talent Initiative

The first EIT Deep Tech Talent Initiative (DTTI) networking event is getting ready to host companies, policymakers, educational and research organisations on May 31st in Stockholm. 

Doctoral Summer School 2023

The EITM Doctoral Summer School on Smart Systems for Resilient Manufacturing (SSRM) and Market Exploration offers a unique opportunity for developing innovation and entrepreneurship skills for the manufacturing world in an international setting.

Industry 5.0 Award 2023

The award recognises EU-funded projects that make an outstanding contribution to building a more human-centric, sustainable and resilient European industry.

Our strategic partners:

PBN, as EIT Manufacturing Hub Hungary

EIT Manufacturing Hub Hungary is the mobilizing interface between EIT Manufacturing and Hungarian stakeholders of the entire ecosystem. Meanwhile also acting as a catalysator for manufacturing excellence, strengthening the capacity of innovation enablers and added value growth to achieve boost of innovation in manufacturing thus to help creating new industries and jobs. Additionally, to find and encourage best talents, entrepreneurs and forming a vibrant manufacturing national and regional ecosystem with universities, research institutions mirroring EIT Manufacturing’s values and reflecting the national technological priorities allowing cross fertilization across them. There is additionally a significant potential in connecting traditional manufacturing companies with start-ups, resulting in new, innovative technologies and products from Hungary.

Organization of EIT

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is an EU body created by the European Union in 2008 to strengthen Europe’s ability to innovate. The EIT is an integral part of Horizon 2020, and the Horizon Europe in the next budget period, the EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. Bringing together more than 1 500 partners, the EIT is Europe’s largest innovation network.

The role of EIT in innovation

  • integrating business, education and research to find solutions to pressing global challenges
  • development long-term innovation partnerships among leading companies, research labs and higher education
  • supporting innovators and entrepreneurs to turn their best ideas into products, services, jobs and growth
  • creating jobs and delivering sustainable economic growth opportunities for Europe
  • education courses that combine technical and entrepreneurial skills, tailored business creation and acceleration services
  • innovation driven research projects

EIT Communities

Since 2010 EIT have launched eight Innovation Communities, to find solutions to major societal challenges in areas with high innovation potential. The role of EIT is to define strategies, the Innovation Communities are responsible for realize specific goals and achieving results.

EIT Manufacturing goals

The main objective of EIT Manufacturing is to increase the added value in the manufacturing processes of the players in the domestic manufacturing industry.

Developing outstanding manufacturing skills and supporting talents

Creating efficient manufacturing innovation ecosystem

Digitization of entire manufacturing

Customer-driven manufacturing through agile and flexible manufacturing

Contributing to of socially and environmentally sustainable manufacturing

The three main pillars of EIT Manufacturing, around which its activities are built

are education, innovation and business creation.


Programmes, courses and digital platforms aiming at training and upskilling future and current industrial workforce to meet the future market needs



Bringing new technologies to the market by putting in place tools, processes to lead the launch, development of new products, services, processes and integrated

Vállakozások létrehozása

Business creation

Creation, acceleration and transformation of high-growth companies with potential to lead Europe’s industrial transformation & drive value-added job creation