Adamed Group partnetrs up with 3rd MITEF

8 March 2017

MIT Enterprise Forum Poland is beginning recruitment for the next start-up acceleration programme based on the know-how of one of the world’s leading technology universities — the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As part of the project, beginner entrepreneurs will be helped among others by the Adamed Group, a partner of Ścieżka Zdrowie [Path: Health]. The winning companies will receive funding of as much as PLN 200,000 and support in the form of services worth up to PLN 50,000.

The project aims to help start-ups developing unique technologies to accelerate the commercialisation of the solutions proposed. Polish innovative micro and small companies can submit application documents via the website from 1 March until 15 May 2017. As part of the award, in addition to funding, representatives of the top five start-ups will go to a boot camp at the MIT in Boston.

This is the second recruitment drive for a programme implemented as part of a project partially financed using ScaleUp funds. 23 start-ups, including SensoriumLab, developing a unique technology for monitoring patients at risk of pleural effusion, qualified for the previous (ongoing) programme, which started in January this year. As the start-up representatives admit, the benefits of participating in the project go far beyond the mere possibility of obtaining funding for developing a business.

About EU funding

The 2nd and 3rd MITEF Poland acceleration programmes are carried out as part of the ScaleUP pilot framework under the title: “Acceleration Programme of the MIT Enterprise Forum Poland (MITEF) implemented in cooperation with Large Enterprises for Start-ups from the energy, raw materials, health, and financial sectors.”

The project is funded under the Smart Growth Operational Program 2014–2020, Measure 2.4. Cooperation within the National Innovation System, Sub-measure 2.4.1. Centre for analyses and pilot implementations of new instruments inno_LAB ScaleUP. 

Value of grant: PLN 5.9 millionBeneficiary (grant operator): the Fundacja Przedsiębiorczości Technologicznej foundation, which is a licensed branch of MIT Enterprise Forum Poland in Poland.