Statistics reveal that succession of business ownership between generations can be a life -or-death situation for many companies in Europe: only 30% of family-owned businesses survive the transition to a second generation while only 10% of them can overcome the transition to a third generation.
Since August 1, 2019, Mazovia Development Agency Plc is implementing the project "Smart tools for quick and easy business start-up in Europe: the once-only challenge" with the acronym START EASY as part of the INTERREG EUROPE program. The first phase of the project will last until January 31, 2022, the second phase (implementation) until January 31, 2023.
Implementation of uniform standards of investors assistance for local government units in Mazowieckie Voivodeship
Mazovia Development Agency Plc. is a partner in the consortium implementing the project "Professionalization of pro-innovative advisory services of partnership of Business Environment Institutions of Mazovia, under the program: "Modeling the System of Offers for Innovation".
Project build set of ideas how public institutions on the cities level can support micro, small and medium enterprises through Sharing Economy model.
Project will identify future research and innovation needs for a better integration of biodiversity with infrastructure planning, construction, operation and decommissioning.
A project supporting the transformation of manufacturing SMEs to become Factories of the Future embracing the ecological, digital, and societal challenges.
Mazovia Development Agency Plc is a leader in the project Public4MSME - "Sharing economy model as a resource for SMEs during COVID-19 recovery time" under the Bratislava's International Visegrad Fund. The following partners in the project are NGO Agency of European Innovations (AEI) - Ukraine, Secondary Technical School of Electrical Engineering (SPŠE) - Slovakia, Foundation for Enterprise Development in HB County - Hungary and Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova.
“Improving regional policies to better protect natural heritage of peri-urban open spaces”. The overall goal of the project is to identify, analyze, disseminate and transfer good practices, experiences and policies related to the protection of the natural heritage of suburban open areas (PUOS) to regional policy instruments.