South Poland Cleantech Cluster

organizes a seminar in cooperation with SGiPM

"Healthy building = healthy residents = a healthy city.
The healing role of architecture in public buildings "

Date: 01.03.2018, at 10.00 -14.00
Place: SGiPM, ul. Grodzka 15, Kraków

During the seminar, members of the cluster and other specialists will explain the legal status for today and for the coming years, many examples of passive and near-zero energy construction will be presented, as well as examples of public-private partnership (PPP) in public construction.

More information: seminar

 

South Poland Cleantech Cluster 

organizes another networking session for start-ups

"What start-ups need Business Angels for? How to get them?"

Date: Tuesday, 27.02.2018, at 18.00 - ??
Place: NordicHouse, ul. św. Anny 5, Krakow
Registration takes place by buying a free ticket for: business angels

During the activities of most start-ups, a moment arises in which the so-called bootstrapping, or basing development on own resources, is not enough for effective business development. Inability to obtain external financing and lack of own funds creates a barrier called the capital gap. A remedy for this problem may be cooperation with the Business Angels. Angel's support, however, is not just cash. It's also called smart money, or experience, a network of business contacts, managerial knowledge or know-how.

You will learn about the pros and cons of working with business angels at the next networking meeting.

Special guest:
Jacek Kubrak, business angel, investor, creator of innovative projects and technological solutions

Platforms of cooperation

Given the huge range of thematic industries that affect global climate change (see What is Cleantech), SPCleantech has decided to focus its efforts on coordinating the actions of its members and partners and integrating them into thematic platforms of cooperation.

Within the framework of the platform there are 4 types of cluster members: large companies and SMEs, universities and scientific research units, local self-government units (JST) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In addition, to these thematic platforms, selected key external partners are invited.

The activities of the cooperation platforms are based on regular, thematic meetings in the form of Business Mixers, organization of trainings, workshops and conferences and the creation of consortia around selected topics with the possibility of applying for EU funds available in the country or directly in the European Union.