Start up in Poland and get
50K $ non-equity
Build Tech, Get Seed
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About Poland Prize
Is your head full of business ideas but you just don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’ve already embarked on your business adventure but you could use some help with the development? No worries, Poland’s got you covered!
With Poland Prize, you get a chance to win the support of experts who will be your mentors helping your startup enter the Polish market, and up to 50K $ to accelerate your business. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Poland Prize is an acceleration programme that aims to help foreign startups establish in Poland. We provide up to
50K $ non-equity funding and the opportunity to raise a seed round of
800K$ from one of our partner VC funds.
What you can expect
Demoday & assessmentwith VC funds
Experienced mentorsfrom startups, VC’s and enterprises
Company setupoffice, tax and legal
Networkingwith Polish startup ecosystem
Who can apply?
Teams (second time founders) of 2 to 4 people
At least 50% of company shares must belong to founders/team members from abroad
You develop a project where ICT is used to build a competitive advantage in a well-defined market niche (especially Fintech, Insurtech, TelecomTech, Space Technologies)
Up to 50k $, non equity
Technical (80%) and business (20%) mentoring
Office spaces (coworking, offices)
Access to industry partners and VC funds
Change of Regulations
Here you can check Regulations of the project
Here you can check Evaluation form
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Recruitment: August – October 2018
Softlanding: November – December 2018
Acceleration phase: January – April 2019
Demo Day: April 2019
Recruitment: November 2018 – February 2019
Softlanding: March – April 2019
Acceleration phase: May – August 2019
Demo Day: August 2019
Recruitment: March – June 2019
Softlanding: July – August 2019
Acceleration phase: September – December 2019
Demo Day: December 2019
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