South Poland Cleantech Cluster

NordicHouse Café 

networking for Start-ups
organizes the next regular meeting

"How to negotiate with institutional investors - Venture Capital (VC)?"

Date: Wednesday, 29.11.2017 at 18.00 - ??
Location: NordicHouse, ul. św. Anny 5, Krakow

Special guest: Marek Kapturkiewicz, co-founder & partner at Innovation Nest (VC fund), co-founder of SPIN Entrepreneurship School

During the activity of most startups there is a moment in which the so-called bootstrapping, development based on your own financial resources becomes no longer sufficient to effectively grow your business. There is a need for external financing. The type of funding often chosen by start-ups is cooperation with one of the venture capital funds (VC). The undoubted advantages of this type of financing are primarily the development of start-ups without debt, and the ability to use the knowledge and business experience of the VC's representatives. The most serious disadvantage is partial loss of startup control. You will learn about the pros and cons of working with VC funds during our next networking meeting.

Registration: free tickets on negocjacje-vc-spcleantech

Member of the SPCleantech cluster

STMicroelectronics

organizes the event "ST-UP Info Day", 15.11.2019 in Kraków
 

On November 15, 2017 at the Cracow Innovation Center, STMicroelectronics will present its offer and instruments to support Polish startups.
If you would like to participate and receive detailed information about the event, please fill in the form at the web address Info Day

On 20-22 March 2017, SPCleantech – CEO Janusz Kahl participated as a partner in the “3rd Capacity Building Seminar” in Riga in Latvia. The seminar is part of the EU project SKILLS + “Supporting knowledge of ICT capacity of SMEs to engage in growth and innovation by Improving regional policies and infrastracture” under the INTERREG Europe.

SMEs in rural areas should be supported to be able to use the full possibilities offered by the digital single market and the benefits of the digital economy.

The aim of the project SKILLS + is therefore the development of public policies (plans) to promote ICT skills and covering exciting new business opportunities in the digital environment.

SPCleantech participates in the project SKILLS + managed by MARR on support SMEs in rural areas in order to exploit fully the opportunities offered by the digital single market and the benefits of the digital economy. The aim of the project SKILLS + is to develop public policies to promote ICT skills and covering exciting new business opportunities in the digital environment.

On 1 April 2016. Malopolska Regional Development Agency SA launched a project SKILLS + “Supporting the SMEs operating in the field of information and communication technologies for development and innovation by improving regional policy and infrastructure” ( “Supporting knowledge capacity of ICT SMEs to engage in growth and innovation”) within the framework of the Interregional Programme INTERREG Europe (the European Territorial Cooperation 2014-2020). The project received the support of the Malopolska Region by resolution No. 931/15 of the Board of Malopolska Region of 14 July 2015. And a letter of support.

The project is to promote solutions that make modern ICT (communication and information) will become part of everyday life, both for regional small and medium-sized businesses, and public entities.