sharON

We sup­port Polish SMEs in expan­sion on the Sin­gle Euro­pe­an Market

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

Sha­rON is an inter­na­tio­nal ini­tia­ti­ve dedi­ca­ted to the deve­lop­ment of start-ups, small and medium-sized enter­pri­ses ope­ra­ting in the sha­ring eco­no­my. The pro­ject is tar­ge­ted to com­pa­nies and gro­ups of people repre­sen­ting com­mon busi­ness and social plat­forms, but also to people inte­re­sted in ope­ning one in the future.

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Five Euro­pe­an coun­tries – Poland, Esto­nia, Bul­ga­ria, Ita­ly and Slo­va­kia – are taking part in the pro­ject and are wor­king toge­ther to deve­lop an advi­so­ry pro­gram­me for sha­ring eco­no­my SMEs. The aim of the pro­ject is to incre­ase the level of public know­led­ge abo­ut the bene­fits of the sha­ring eco­no­my, popu­la­ri­ze the phe­no­me­non among entre­pre­neurs, as well as to make local autho­ri­ties awa­re of the poten­tial of the sha­ring eco­no­my to sup­port the acti­vi­ties of start-ups that use it.

The sec­tors cove­red by this pro­ject are trans­por­ta­tion, real esta­te, fin­tech, food, edu­ca­tion and know­led­ge, manu­fac­tu­ring, design, reta­il, tourism and media.

The role of the DELab UW will be to faci­li­ta­te con­tact betwe­en local govern­ments and busi­nesses and to pre­pa­re pre­li­mi­na­ry esti­ma­tes and for­mu­la­te assump­tions for the needs iden­ti­fi­ca­tion process.

(Imple­men­ta­tion period: 01.12.2017 – 31.12.2019)

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Events organized within the project by DELab UW and Toruń Technological Park „Let’s Share Economy” on the concept of smart city and sharing economy business models. As a result of the meetings, work began on recommendations, which were presented to representatives of the authorities of Warsaw and the central government.

14.11.2018 (Wednesday) at 10:00–12:30

War­saw, Uni­ver­si­ty Libra­ry, St. Dobra 56/66

SOCIAL FUNDING = THE ECONOMY OF THE FUTURE

  • What is social funding?
  • What is the con­di­tion and futu­re of social eco­no­my in Poland?
  • How can new tech­no­lo­gies and inno­va­ti­ve busi­ness models con­tri­bu­te to this sector?

PRELEGEES

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Paweł Nykiel

Divi­de You 

Cre­ator of the first social eco­no­my por­tal in Poland, which allows buil­ding wealth thro­ugh con­so­li­da­tion and co-finan­cing in social gro­ups. He spe­cia­li­zes in stra­te­gic plans to build susta­ina­ble, mul­ti-gene­ra­tio­nal assets based on exi­sting resources.

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dr. Agata Stasik

Kozmin­ski Uni­ver­si­ty Facul­ty of Socio­lo­gy UW 

Expert in social risk mana­ge­ment and scien­ce and tech­no­lo­gy stu­dies. She con­ducts rese­arch in the area of ener­gy tech­no­lo­gy. Co-foun­der of the Man­ge­ment in New Tech­no­lo­gies PhD pro­gram and the Mana­ge­ment and AI in Digi­tal Socie­ty BA pro­gram at Kozmin­ski University.

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Bartosz Kwiatkowski

driv2e

CEO of driv2e, a plat­form for mana­ging elec­tric car char­ging servi­ces. Expert in inno­va­tion and ener­gy mar­ket, co-author of the PwC report „(Co)divide and rule”.

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Rafał Krenz

Social Inno­va­tion Labo­ra­to­ry Uni­ver­si­ty of Warsaw 

Eco­no­mist and phi­lo­so­pher, expert for the Gro­up on the Natio­nal Com­mit­tee for the Deve­lop­ment of the Social Eco­no­my, rese­ar­cher at the Social Inno­va­tion Labo­ra­to­ry at Uni­ver­si­ty of Warsaw.

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Katarzyna Śledziewska, prof. UW

DELab Uni­ver­si­ty of Warsaw 

Mana­ging Direc­tor of DELab UW, coor­di­na­tor of the Smart Eco­no­my & Inno­va­tion program.

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Jakub Janiszewski

pre­sen­ter

Jour­na­list at TOK FM, leading the pro­gram „Con­nec­tion”.

29.10.2018 (Monday), at 15:00

War­saw, Uni­ver­si­ty Libra­ry, St. Dobra 56/66, audi­to­rium 315

GAME FOR METROPOLIS – WHAT BUSINESS MODELS WILL WORK IN THE CITIES OF THE FUTURE?

Incre­asing mobi­li­ty is one of the main chal­len­ges that both metro­po­li­ses and smal­ler cities have been facing for years in order to beco­me susta­ina­ble, com­pe­ti­ti­ve pla­ces for the­ir citi­zens to live. Many Polish cities can­not cope with incre­asing car traf­fic, inef­fi­cient public trans­port and the effects of poor urban plan­ning. The effects of the­se pro­blems are felt in the form of smog, hours spent in traf­fic jams and seen in the infa­mo­us sta­ti­stics of road accidents.

A chan­ce for impro­ve­ment of this situ­ation experts see in the deve­lop­ment of new tech­no­lo­gies, busi­ness models and eco­no­mic and urban trends asso­cia­ted with the con­cept of smart city. We are alre­ady seeing a gro­wing pre­sen­ce of alter­na­ti­ve trans­por­ta­tion models based on mobi­le appli­ca­tions on the stre­ets of our cities. Howe­ver, in order to take full advan­ta­ge of smart city oppor­tu­ni­ties, cities must make an effort to cre­ate intel­li­gent trans­por­ta­tion sys­tems that make trans­por­ta­tion safe, fast, che­ap, and envi­ron­men­tal­ly sound. Are our local govern­ments, busi­nesses, inc­lu­ding the star­tup eco­sys­tem ready for this? We would like to discuss this pro­blem with you on Octo­ber 29th in DELab UW!

The result of ourmeeting, we will start wor­king on recom­men­da­tions regar­ding the deve­lop­ment of mobi­li­ty issu­es in Polish cities. We will pre­sent the­se recom­men­da­tions to repre­sen­ta­ti­ves of War­saw autho­ri­ties and the cen­tral govern­ment during the next deba­te at the end of November.

We would like to invi­te to the meeting both entre­pre­neurs from indu­stries rela­ted to the con­cept of smart city and sha­ring eco­no­my busi­ness models as well as citi­zens inte­re­sted in the deve­lop­ment of our city.

PRELEGEES

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Marcin Korolec

Foun­da­tion for the Pro­mo­tion of Elec­tric Vehicles

Lawy­er, long-time govern­ment employ­ee. He was the Govern­ment Com­mis­sio­ner for Cli­ma­te Poli­cy, and for two years served as Mini­ster of the Environment

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Łukasz Puchalski

Direc­tor of War­saw Muni­ci­pal Road Administration

Local govern­ment offi­cial with seve­ral years of expe­rien­ce, direc­tor of the War­saw City Roads Mana­ge­ment Board and Ple­ni­po­ten­tia­ry of the May­or of War­saw for cyc­ling transport.

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Anna Romańska

EY

Deve­lop­ment leader for ener­gy and media servi­ces in Cen­tral, Eastern and Southe­astern Euro­pe and Cen­tral Asia

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Bartosz Kwiatkowski

driv2e

CEO of driv2e, a plat­form for mana­ging elec­tric car char­ging servi­ces. Expert in inno­va­tion and ener­gy mar­ket, co-author of the PwC report „(Co)divide and rule”.

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Bartosz Dominiak

Smart City Blog­ger &Expert

An inde­pen­dent con­sul­tant and expert on smart city deve­lop­ment. He has been leading the Smart City Blog pro­ject sin­ce 2015. He wor­ked many years in cen­tral and local govern­ment public institutions.

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Michał Michalak

SCROOT

Entre­pre­neur, foun­der of SCROOT – a sys­tem that allows people to tra­vel aro­und the city on sco­oters. For many years asso­cia­ted with the IT industry.

Martyna Abendrot-Miłuńska

Mana­ging Direc­tor PTV CEE PTV GROUP 

Mem­ber of the board of the Polish branch of PTV GROUP. Mobi­li­ty Expert. Per­for­med some of the lar­gest imple­men­ta­tions of intel­li­gent trans­por­ta­tion sys­tems in Poland.

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Jakub Janiszewski

pre­sen­ter

Jour­na­list at TOK FM, leading the pro­gram „Con­nec­tion”.

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