Targi Kielce Hackathon is organized and financed by the project “BioBoosters – boosting the circular transition“. The aim of the project is to increase the level of innovation of entrepreneurs in the area of bioeconomy and circular economy.

Entities that, like PRO CIVIS and Targi Kielce, will organize international bioeconomy hackathons are renowned universities that cooperate with business as models (Finland, Estonia), innovation hubs (Sweden, Germany, Lithuania) and economic entities from the countries of the Baltic Sea region.

Full list of BioBoosters hackathon organizers:

  • Foundation for Education and Social Dialogue PRO CIVIS, Poland
  • JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  • Paper Province, Sweden
  • Biofuel Region, Sweden
  • Vidzeme Planning Region, Latvia
  • Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia
  • Witeno GmbH, Germany
  • Pärnu County Development Center, Estonia
  • Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park, Lithuania

A total of 18 international bioeconomy hackathons will be organized as part of the Project. Innovators from the entire Baltic Sea Region, including Poland, are invited to participate in these hackathons. Participants may include: small medium-sized enterprises, start-ups, science clubs, student teams, individuals.