Wroclaw Technology Park (WTP) is a place where science, business and innovations meet. It is a combination of modern infrastructure, cutting-edge research facilities and expert knowledge which provides conditions for the development of entrepreneurs operating in every scale. It is a place for startups and booming SMEs.

Over 200 companies related to broadly-understood new technologies are currently operating in the Park. They may take advantage of 12 laboratories and prototype workshops equipped with world-class devices, Poland’s only Technological Line, modern office space, attractive investment plots and Nowa Siódemka production and storage hall.

WTP is also a broadly-developed networking place and extensive know-how. It is a venue in which theory and practice, business and science, innovations and market expectations merge. Such a versatile profile has fostered conditions that allow making full use of scientific and industrial potential of Lower Silesia, and promoting innovative business  in the region.

Big Science in WPT

WTP provides comprehensive support to companies that intend to develop and establish business  partnership with Big Science centres. The Park offers services of an industry and business partnership coordinator acting on behalf of CERN, F4E and ITER project. WTP has also launched a programme titled Fly Me to Mars. Furthermore, ESA BIC business incubator meant for startups dealing with space industry will soon be opened.

WPT offer

The offer of WTP enables the execution of most ideas for an innovative business. It meets the needs of both newly established and flourishing companies. It includes rental of office and production space, access to 12 laboratories and to conference facilities, as well as comprehensive consultancy for the R&D sector.

The potential of Wroclaw

WTP is located in Wroclaw, the capital city of Lower Silesia. It is a centre of business, industry, new technologies, home to a cluster of startups. The Park is well-integrated not only with the rest of the country, but also with Europe, which is another factor attracting innovations and investment projects.

Logotypy UE

Project co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

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