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A modern space dedicated to start-ups, i.e. novice entrepreneurs, offering support in the field of specialized equipment and development opportunities under the wings of a larger organization – this is an Entrepreneurship Incubator. In Wroclaw, the foundation stone for a new site of this type was laid on the map of Lower Silesia.
Lower Silesia is a modern and innovative region, which is why we want to support the most dynamically developing industries that will determine the strength of our economy in the coming years. The energy, information technology and electronic industries that we are targeting with this investment are also smart disciplines in Lower Silesia – i.e. the areas on which we want to base our development – explain Marshal Cesare Przybylski.
In the words of the Marshal, in connection with the energy and ideas emanating from the inhabitants of our region, the idea was born to build a place that would allow to act and use the full potential of owners of small and medium-sized enterprises. Enterprise sector without fear of technological facilities.
Entities that choose the triQube offer will have access to business infrastructure, co-working space, as well as conference rooms (including one that can accommodate up to 200 people). The use of modern technology allows you to take advantage of the opportunities offered by telephone rooms and intimate workrooms to hold meetings in a B2B format.
What is especially noteworthy, the emerging incubator is the only place of this type that will be able to offer professional equipment for photogrammetry, that is, a technology that allows mapping of 3D objects. In addition, users of the incubator will have access to 3D printing technology, robotics and automation labs as well as ICT technology.
The entire project is designed on the basis of high-quality materials that are used in the finishing work of the building under construction, as well as a working space for future co-workers.
The incubator’s very motto is to emphasize the support of the inhabitants of Lower Siles on their way to the world of big business – which is explained in more detail by Michał Rado, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Economic Cooperation Agency of Lower Silesia.
The investment will cost approximately PLN 60 million, of which more than PLN 40 million will come from EU funding from the European Regional Development Fund under the Regional Operational Program for Lower Silesia for the period 2014-2020.
The building design is the work of Q2Studio Sp. z s. s. K., and the contractor for the construction work is a consortium of Mosty Łódź SA and Magnitudo Sp. Zoo
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