Egis has been present in Ukraine for more than 20 years – its representative office has become an important player for supplying the country with medicines since its opening in 1999. Egis helps its colleagues in Ukraine in every way it can and provides humanitarian aid to Ukrainian patients in the current situation.
Standing together has never been so crucial for the Egis family than in these difficult times.
The pharmaceutical industry plays a key role in the Hungarian economy’s change of dimension.
To support the CSR activities of local companies, the Hungarian Business Responsibility founded its special awards, called CSR Hungary. This year, Egis was awarded in the ‘Inner CSR Solutions’ category that comes with a two-year trademark right.
Egis Pharmaceutical PLC’s Senior pharmaceutical sales rep participated very successfully at Medigames. Having won two gold medals, four silvers, and three bronze, pharmacist Dr. Judit Karagics contributed considerably to the 3rd place Hungary reached in the medal table. This excellent performance strengthens Egis’ reputation in the international target groups.
One of the pillars of our corporate culture is innovation. We do not only talk about it, but enjusre the flow of ideas with annual forums that offer space for making proposals in connection with scientific research, manufacturing, how to make our administrative process more effective and the latest item on our agenda: digitalization.
In close cooperation with our employees, we're currently working on redesigning our protective clothing. Though the project is still in progress, our collaboration was already acknowledged: we were awarded the Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Award, so we can move on to the next round organized for EU countries.
According to our mission, we serve people with all of our skills, so that they can live a long and healthy life. That is why we chose to support the comprehensive nationwide screening program as a Golden Sponsor in 2019. The state-of-the-art screening truck will tour around the country until Christmas, stopping by 200 spots to offer screenings in 37 different areas.
A Hungarian wildlife photographer, Bence Máté intends to shake up the public in order to protect nature. His spectacular nature photo exhibition series - organized in Budapest, then at the main square of another seven provincial towns – was opened by János Áder on 13 March. The outstanding project was supported by Egis.