About the programme

Concordia Design Accelerator is designed to help you onto the fast track when it comes to growing your business and achieving international success. We will provide everything that a dynamic, scalable company needs; money for development, access to reliable business partners, the support of mentors and assistance with sorting out all the formalities, leaving you to focus on forging ahead with your business

We will help you set up a company in the country with the largest market in Central and Eastern Europe and the sixth largest in Europe. In other words, in Poland. We will link you up with Industry Partners who will test your solution or with VC funds interested in investing in your project. You will be working with representatives of globally renowned companies, experienced investors and entrepreneurs who have trodden the path you are now following.

Our aim is to accelerate projects which will support society and companies in the post-COVID economy. We are convinced that we will be confronting widespread digitisation, which is why we are looking, in particular, for projects in the areas of:

Nonetheless, if you have a good idea in a different field, do please submit it. We can help you, too.

Numbers

5

acceleration rounds

At least

20

solutions to be tested by Industry Partners or VC funds

2

months for project development

 

 

10

months for acceleration

At least

40

companies to be
registered in Poland

1

month for registering a company

Why apply?

Receive a grant of up to

EUR 65 000

for establishing a company in Poland and completing all milestones

 

5+

Venture Capital Funds which could be potential investors in your project
 

Equity free

The shares in your company remain yours

 

Support

+20

mentors with experience in various areas of business, all of them ready to share their knowledge with you

 

15+

Industry Partners waiting to test your solution and start collaborating with your company.
 

Wrocław

One of the largest start-up hubs in Central and Eastern Europe