We are building an environment that keeps workers in Hungary, who would otherwise go abroad.
The key to a company’s success is getting, motivating, and retaining the best professionals. This is especially true for companies that carry out intensive research and development or other demanding, creative intellectual work. By winning the competition for talent, market competition is almost child’s play.
That is why the battle for the best talent is at least as fierce as the market competition itself. And, just as the best firms do not win the market by asking the lowest price for their products, winning competition on the labor market does not depend solely on offering the highest pay. The best are interested in more than money only. The challenge, the quality of the work and the recognition are also important to them. And so is the environment in which they work, where they spend most of their lives. This is where Graphisoft Park offers you a competitive edge.
This park provides an environment for businesses that helps winning talented and ambitious candidates. The first thought of those coming for a job interview will be “how great it would be to work here”. And, anyone who has been here for a long time, can’t even imagine not heading to Graphisoft Park for work in the morning.
Graphisoft Park is located directly on the banks of the Danube in an 18-hectare green area. The designers of the Park paid special attention to nature and the preservation of green spaces. The buildings are surrounded by a spacious grove and the trees grow higher than the houses. The multi-level underground car parks were also constructed with the same purpose in mind, so that the landscape is determined not by the multitude of parked cars but by greenery. The atmosphere is defined by the protected natural park on the Hajógyári island across the river, the lake in the middle of the Park and, of course, the uniquely quiet promenade along the Danube.
The atmosphere is also served by the contemporary works of art placed in the Park. Some of them were chosen by our tenants. Take a look at the picture gallery of the sculptures and the testimonies of their creators.
- steve jobs
- Rubik's Cube statue
- Lead Casting on the New Year’s eve of 2000
- Remembrance of the Big Fish
- The Jaded Heracles
- Big Fish
- Bust of Mr. Rátz
- Word War I Memorial
- SATOSHI NAKAMOTO
The offices are designed to serve the needs of our tenants, and we also strive to harmonize the new buildings with the existing office buildings and the industrial buildings of the former Gas Factory standing by the Park.
We provide our tenants with the opportunity to select technologies and materials, as well as install their own equipment already during the construction phase. For this the equipment can be used already from the day the property is handed over.
The Park’s first tenants were large global companies (Microsoft, Graphisoft, SAP, Servier), but despite Park’s relatively high prices, it soon became popular with small start-ups as well. The founders of the Park also started once as startups, so we are happy to serve the global companies of the future as well. For them, not only the unique environment is attractive, but also the chance of spontaneous business relationships with large companies. We also offer small offices tailored to the needs of small companies with a shared reception desk, shared meeting rooms, etc. And those who only need a desk from time to time are welcome to sit in the café on the ground floor of the entrance building (Startup house), which already has become the workplace for many.
Corporate Social Responsibility
We aim to further causes which we feel are important regarding the country, more specifically those which support the success of our target group, reserach and development companies. The fact that various multinational corporations have chosen Hungary for their R&D departments, and multiple of them moved to Graphisoft Park, can be attributed among else to the centuries-old tradition of hungarian mathematics education, which boasts a worldwide acknowledgement. This is also one of the reasons we took on the task of continuing the award for mathematics teachers (founded in 1996 by the eponymous software company of the Park), together with AIT-Budapest. We also gladly support projects which concern our home in a narrower sense, Óbuda, and aim to make the lives of those living here richer and more substantial.