Locked content PARP supported 1000 start-ups in 2007-13

In the years 2007-2013, the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) supported 1000 start-ups in Poland, its president Bożena Lublińska-Kasprzak reported. “Poland may become, and our research indicates that it will, a sort of a start-up center in Central Eastern Europe,” Lublińska...

Locked content Polish start-up boosted with USD millions

Polish IT start-up Base obtained a total of $50 million from American investment funds, during the latest round of financing it was given $30 million, Puls Biznesu daily reported. “We would have no chance of getting this money in Poland. That is why we have been looking for investors in the US...

Locked content Polish start-ups most numerous in CEE

Poland took the top spot in the CEE region in the ranking of countries with the highest number of  of founded start-ups and start-up centers, according to a survey carried out by the Central and Eastern Europe Development Institute (CEED). Based on the statistics published in CrunchBase database, th...

Locked content IQ Partners to sell 3 projects

Polish investment entity, IQ Partners is going to sell at least three technology firms and invest in new projects. The company is also considering buying shares, if their price on the WSE will not be “satisfying,” Polish Radio informed. “We have been in very advanced talks regardin...

Locked content PARP: Poland has a chance to become a start-up hub

The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) wants to be involved in start-up environment integration, Puls Biznesu daily reported. Poland may become a start-up hub in the CEE, “a hub means a place of start-up activity, a center of meetings and funding. We have got this kind of potential,” th...

Locked content Grads encouraged to launch start-ups

The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy together with Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK) has initiated a lending program for new graduates seeking to start their own business. The program offers low interest loans of up to PLN 74,000 which can be paid off within a seven-year span after a one-year gr...

National Stadium to house start-ups

Business accelerator firm BusinessLink will launch an incubator for start-ups at the National Stadium in Warsaw. On Wednesday, the company signed an agreement with the stadium’s operator, PL 2012+.