Startup Europe Week launched in five Polish cities


Startup Europe Week 2018 is an initiative of the European Commission and Startup Europe organization. On March 5-9, thousands of dedicated meetings will take place in over 300 cities from almost 50 European countries. In Poland, Katowice, Kraków, Bielsko-Biała, Białystok and Płock participate in the event.

The aim of the project is to create a platform for dialogue between startups, young entrepreneurs, and investors, representatives of local governments, business environment institutions and all who are interested in supporting and promoting entrepreneurship in the region.
In each city, the event has a different program. In Płock, one of debates topic is “Social innovations + StartUps = innovation close to people”. In Białystok, Karolina Modrzejewska from the Department of Communication and Marketing of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development plans a lecture on funds for innovations from the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development and in Bielsko-Biała Kamil Bargiel from SentiOne will present his own experience in building a startup.

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