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Hello, I’m
Greg Karpati

Digital Entrepreneur

Business Builder from the start

Since my childhood I was always eager to create something from nothing, to build things. That has always been my passion.

First it was LEGO creations, then simple computer games, then small businesses like breeding hamsters for money, starting a language tutoring service and a high school paper that supported itself financially through ads.

No wonder I became an entrepreneur as an adult and went on to create much more mature businesses…



2015 Endless Flux Labs

I founded my current company to work on innovative software products in a constantly changing digital environment.

First we created a publishing platform for news organizations, called Endless Media, that currently powers 26 news media sites, serves around 40 million visits per month and handles editorial processes for 15 print newspapers.

In 2019 we changed our main focus to creating innovative mobile apps & games that make people’s lives better. We created Endless Wine, a companion app for wine enthusiasts, Endless Studio, a turn-based management game, and a couple of other apps. More on Endless Flux Labs »


2011 Web Agency

I launched a web agency, providing marketing advice as well as building & maintaining websites mostly for small businesses.


2007 e-Learning Platform

I co-owned and lead a company called Steery Technologies, developing an innovative e-Learning platform and also tutoring English courses leveraging it.


2005 Music Tutoring site

I built an online guitar tutoring membership site with a business partner, called GitarTanfolyam. It’s the market leader in Hungary ever since.


1999 Website Software

I developed an online software enabling small businesses to build their own custom websites from templates, without coding.


1998 Real Estate Software

I developed an online management software for real estate agents, that also powered the public websites of the agencies.


1997 Wine Website & shop

I created the first online wine magazine and store in Hungary called Borvirag. The company gained venture capital in 2000 and was renamed to CarpaVin.

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