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La French Tech Cracovie
French startup ecosystem is booming and spreading beyond its borders. Join us and take part in our adventures.
“La French Tech Cracovie” is our startup scene here in Poland. It’s also a unique movement bringing together startups, investors, policymakers and community builders.
The French Tech Cracovie is an initiative powered by the Ministry of Economy and Finance of France, promoting Krakow startups or innovative initiatives and helping them to enter the French business territory.
We are the main hub in Central Europe territory. This dimension increases our responsibility and allows us to promote Krakow as a major Technologic Hub in Europe, where French investors will look even more.
Discover how you can benefit from a network of 2 500 entrepreneurs and powerful partners in 99 locations, with the French Tech Cracovie.
Our mission? To make France one of the greatest places in the world to launch and grow global companies that make sense for our future.
We are producing a set of 40 podcasts featuring entrepreneurs from our community. In anticipation of the release, we are making available several startup interviews in partnership with us.
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We are bringing the Lean strategy to the consulting services.
We created a packaging for the lightest material on Earth.
What people think about us
- “La French Tech Cracovie is a great team with networking abilities which translate themselves into real business opportunities and common projects.”– Karine Szotowski, Objectif Pologne
- “Partnership with French Tech Cracovie is a great support of the development of our innovation ecosystem in Krakow and connection building between Polish & French innovators.”– Dominika Walec, OMGKRK
- “RFE Pologne and La French Tech Cracovie operate on two complementary levels of French entrepreneurship in Poland. Therefore our cooperation is mutually beneficial.”– Grégory Hamant, RFE Pologne