The call for applications for the second round of the Concordia Design Accelerator, an accelerator programme for foreign startups supported by SunRoof, will be open until 6 December. This is part of the Poland Prize project organised by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.
Poland is currently one of the best countries to build an international, new technology oriented company, and Wroclaw is one of the coolest cities to do it in Poland. Concordia Design Accelerator is a top startup accelerator in the CEE region and SunRoof is proud to be its partner. Together with Lech we hope to find and mentor amazing founders that will add their part to the world's transition to sustainable energy,
says Marek Zmyslowski, Co-founder, Expansion & Partnerships at SunRoof.
Under the programme, a startup can receive substantive support, reach new contacts, as well as a non-returnable grant of up to PLN 300 thousand. This is a really attractive offer, especially for those young tech companies that want to scale internationally. Wroclaw can be a starting point for them to expand into the entire Central and Eastern European market,
says Ewa Kaucz, Head of the Concordia Design Accelerator and Managing Director of Concordia Design Wroclaw.
We are extremely proud that the programme has attracted so much interest from companies and VC funds that are looking for innovation. We are delighted that SunRoof and its founders have chosen to share their experience through the programme. The willingness to work with startups has also been expressed by the Municipality of Wroclaw,
adds Ewa Kaucz.
SunRoof builds 2-in-1 solar roofs and innovative façades that generate electricity without having to install traditional photovoltaic modules. This is the best investment replacing the need for installing solar panels on top of a classic roof - the most efficient solution, the lowest carbon footprint, uncompromising elegance. Our mission is to speed up the global transition to renewables by developing beautiful roofs that, by generating electricity, will cover the energy demand of the entire building.