08
October
2018
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17:51
Europe/Amsterdam

ACTTiVAte General Assembly in Kraków

General Assembly
The ACTTiVAte team met in Kraków, Poland on October 4th and 5th for the General Assembly of the project invited by Technology Partners.

The overall concept of the ACTTiVAte project is to support innovation in SMEs and foster the smart reindustrialization of Europe. This will be achieved by enabling the emergence of new cross-border and cross-sectoral value chains resulting from the translation of advanced technologies among selected sectors with strong synergies. These new value chains will be created through the interaction between the following sectors: aerospace, agrifood, health, and ICT.

Two Polish SMEs participating in the ACTTiVAte project – HealthSens and Fine Bubble Technologies were invited to pitch their solutions. After the pitch session, one of the Polish Mentors – Agnieszka Klucznik-TӧRŐ talked about the mentoring process and some recommendations to the project regarding work with the SMEs.The meeting was also an opportunity to learn about the beautiful culture and history of Poland. 

Kraków, is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates back to the 7th century and its Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.