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Innovative Polish companies to conquer foreign markets

Bacteria laser identification technology, digital portfolio platform and foetal heart rate monitoring device - all these are products of Polish entrepreneurs which were among the 32 winning projects in GO_GLOBAL.PL competition organised by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR). Their authors will receive funding worth PLN 5 million in total for foreign expansion.
The latest edition of GO_GLOBAL.PL saw experts evaluate 80 applications submitted. The winners were the most innovative companies planning to commercialise their R&D-based solutions in global markets. Every entrepreneur will receive up to PLN 150,000 to prepare a global market entry strategy and gain knowledge about matching their products to the specific requirements of a particular region. Entrepreneurs will also be able to devote grants received to the development and verification of strategies in relations with potential investors and business partners.
Selected winning projects include:

1. Bioscientia Sp. z o. o.

The project concerns the development and verification of commercialisation strategy of a rapid field test for the detection of honeybees infection with Nosema ceranae in the European market, with a particular focus on the German market.
2. BIOAVLEE Sp. z o. o.
The main objective of the project is to commercialise an innovative bacteria identification technology in the German market. This technology applies laser diffraction for marking the bacteria.
3. Enelion Sp. z o. o.
The people behind the project try to introduce to the global market an innovative, modular charger for electric cars that can be operated with a smartphone.
4. Uni-Kat Sp. z o. o.
The project aims to support Uni-Kat company in the commercialisation of Streamer - their innovative water cutter for cutting soft materials - in the German market.
5. uPaid Pty Sp. z o. o.
Project creators would like to develop uPaid digital portfolio platform in foreign markets.
6. Nestmedic Sp. z o. o.
The project aims to support the company in the commercialization of PREGNABIT - an innovative product for remote foetal health monitoring using teleKTG – in the German market. Developed as a result of the Applicant's R&D work, PREGNABIT is a mobile device dedicated to women in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
Previous beneficiaries of GO_GLOBAL.PL include companies that have achieved significant market success, including Audioteka, Sotrender, Social WiFi or VoiceLab. NCBR research shows that so far up to 80% of programme beneficiaries found at least one business partner in foreign markets, whereas 17% managed to win an investor. Every fifth entrepreneur opened a foreign office or representation, while every third beneficiary saw an increase in sales of products or services offered.
GO_GLOBAL.PL was carried out in two editions as a continuation of a pilot project launched by the NCBR in 2012.
More information is available on the NCBR website.
We are pleased to inform that on 19 January 2018, the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR) along with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) launched the call for joint R&D proposals in the thematic area
We kindly inform that last 3 applications submitted from 13 September 2017 to 11 October 2017 under the call for bilateral activities supported under the Fund for Bilateral Relations were verified. Based on the results of verification 2 applications were funded for the total amount of 5000 EUR.
The National Centre for Research and Development - Programme Operator of the Polish-Norwegian Research Programme together with Research Council of Norway are pleased to invite you to the Norway Grants funded final conference.
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The call for proposals will open on 19 February in the first competition of INGA programme - Innovative Gas Industry.
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On 29 December 2017 the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR) and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW) signed a contract with the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW) to finance the purchase of new generation buses for Polish cities
The second edition of the EEA and Norway Grants comes to an end. Poland can boast the largest number of grants. A conference was held on 21 November in Warsaw to sum up the Polish-Norwegian Research Programme run by NCBR.
The National Centre of Research and Development (NCRD) is looking for candidates for experts in the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 (SG OP). The deadline for submitting application is the 15th of September, 2017, at 16:30.

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