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New start-up accelerator in KrakówThe Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) announced establishment of 10 start-up accelerators in Poland yesterday. One of them will be set up in Kraków...

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Kraków Technology Park

a business support institution that has successfully

supported the economic development of Małopolska for years.


In 1997, a company was incorporated to manage the special economic zone in Kraków. It had no assets, capital or land for investment. Today we are a highly specialised institution operating in business environment, making a powerful impact on the economic development of Małopolska. We know how to support development of entrepreneurship, and skilfully build alliances and platforms for cooperation. We define trends in devising development strategies. We actively participate in business promotion of the region, and create efficient tools for supporting entrepreneurship.

We have come a long way. Yet the initial hurdles taught us creative approaches to reality. Instead of letting problems overcome us, we have become efficient in solving them. Thanks to such an approach we understand people in business perfectly well, and they appreciate us for professionalism and efficiency.



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Home 22/11/2016

New start-up accelerator in Kraków

The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) announced establishment of 10 start-up accelerators in Poland yesterday. One of them will be set up in Kraków and will be managed by the Kraków Technology Park (KTP) in cooperation with Kraków Airport and EC Grupa.

Accelerator, that is a programme of support for young technology businesses, will be launched early in 2017. Companies admitted to the accelerator will be covered by a 3-month support programme that envisages work with experienced mentors, experts in the sector, and business coaches. The accelerator aims at speeding up the development of young technology businesses and working out a new, dynamic path for their development. A significant part of the programme is the presentation of non-refundable grants of maximum PLN 200,000 to selected companies. The grant will let young businesses purchase the necessary services and develop their products.

The Kraków accelerator will support businesses dealing with innovative solutions for industry to streamline processes in production, logistics, warehousing, resource management, and quality control. Any young technological company working on the application of new solutions aiming at increasing efficiency in industry may participate in the ScaleUp programme of the Kraków Technology Park, and the programme welcomes businesses from all over Poland. Yet, as Wojciech Przybylski, CEO of the Kraków Technology Park, said “we are keen to have not only start-ups among the beneficiaries of the programme, but also industrial companies that will use the innovative solutions that they are going to develop in the accelerator. We intend to devote plenty of attention to the construction of cooperation platforms between these two environments.”


Largest investment in Kraków zone since MAN

Today, the Japanese Mabuchi Motor corporation informed about its decision to start a new investment in the Kraków special economic zone. Mabuchi will operate in one of the subzones situated in Małopolska, and by 2023 will have invested around PLN 360 million and open 400 new jobs. The planned developed in Poland will be Mabuchi’s first in Europe.

Home 04/11/2016

Annual Business in Małopolska Meeting 2016 is over

This year for the first time the Kraków Technology Park (KTP) awarded its prizes during the Annual Business in Małopolska Meeting (ABiMM). Their recipients were Zator Commune – for special services for Polish business, Woodward Poland for opening jobs for highly qualified Polish engineers, and for running research and development work in Niepołomice, and Reality Games for determination and madness in the exceedingly dynamic growth. The prizes were presented by Jadwiga Emilewicz, Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Development, Józef Pilch, Governor of Małopolska, and Jacek Krupa, Marshal of the Małopolska Region. The KTP Special Prize was awarded to Krystyna Sadowska, Director of the Promotion and SEZ Development Department and the “mother of the ABiMM”.

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Krakowski Park Technologiczny Sp. z o.o.


ul. Podole 60

30-394 Kraków

NIP 675-11-57-834




phone +48 12 640 19 40
fax +48 12 640 19 45

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