The Kielce Technology Park is a place focused on innovation and creativity, it is open to cooperate with entrepreneurs from both Poland and abroad. It houses a Technological Incubator Complex with a logistic incubator, a Technological Centre, a 3D Printing Centre, a CNC Centre, an Experimental Energy Garden and the Energy Science Centre with a cinema where films, exhibitions, meetings, lectures and conferences are hosted.
A wide range of “tailor-made” business and R&D services are offered to companies that operate within the Park as well as assistance in obtaining external funding and business partners. Young entrepreneurs can count on a professional support in the implementation of their innovative ideas. With the support of European Union funds, the institution carries out projects of national and international scale.
The Kielce Technology Park is a place focused on innovation and creativity, it is open to cooperate with entrepreneurs from both Poland and abroad. A wide range of “tailor-made” business and R&D services are offered to companies that operate within the Park as well as assistance in obtaining external funding and business partners. Additionally, perfect rent conditions are also offered. KTP is a start-up friendly place. Young entrepreneurs can count on a professional support in the implementation of their innovative ideas. The Park is characterised by its well-equipped infrastructure and good localization. With the support of European Union funds, the institution carries out projects of national and international scale.
Within the Kielce Technology Park there is The Technological Incubator Complex which includes both Orange Inc. and Skye Inc. buildings, in which the space is rented on preferential terms to young, innovative companies. One of the part of TTIC is also a logistic incubator, Rotterdam Inc. – space for e-commerce sector, a modern facility for companies from the SME sector complemented by a package of professional development services.
KTP also includes Technological Centre, which consists of 4 production halls, a laboratory and production building and investment areas. It is an area designated for new and established companies that base their development on innovative technological solutions.
In KTP there is also located the 3D Printing Centre where the prototypes and short series of articles are produced. Additionally, the Centre also handles the processing of printed models. Here it is possible to design a product, make a prototype and learn about its sales potential. 3DPC is currently operated by Cabiomede.
Another part of KTP is CNC Centre, a place dedicated to companies focused on precise mechanical elements production of mechanical machines, aimed at cooperation with private sector companies and scientific institutions in order to promote local technologies and to stimulate the innovative activity. Utech Technics is the operator of the CNC Centre.
Park also houses a very creative space – the Energy Science Centre, where science is intertwined with fun and where visitors are invited to have an unforgettable journey to the world of energy. It is a place for kids, adults, whole families. Visitors learn about energy, how it is used and they discover renewable and non-renewable energy sources. There is an exhibition “Energy” with 28 interactive stands for experimenting. A special ground-based capsule houses the laboratory “Power Generator”, where workshops take place. ESC also has got cinema where films, meetings, lectures and conferences are hosted. Additional part is Experimental Energy Garden with many scientific and relaxing stands.
a graduate of the Jagiellonian University – at the Faculty of Polish Studies and the Faculty of Journalism and Social Communication, as well as the Warsaw School of Economics in the field of Public Relations. She started her professional career in the Vive Kielce sports club, where she dealt with servicing strategic sponsors and in the area of media relations. She advised people running companies and sole proprietorships in the field of marketing and public relations. She also dealt with the promotion of the biggest events at Targi Kielce as a public relations manager. Currently, she is the press spokesman of Grupa MAC S.A.
a graduate of the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, majoring in scientific information. Initially, he was splitting his passion for communication between work as a university teacher and freelancing in the internet advertising industry. In 2016 he devoted himself entirely to marketing communication. He works for Grupa MAC S.A. where he is responsible for the company’s presence in social media. He also runs his own company, which is focus on the comprehensive preparation of advertisements in Google and Facebook networks. He specializes in cultural, sports, medical and educational industries.
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