I4MS participation at the 5th edition of the Warsaw Industry Weekmportales
As Covid-19 restrictions are starting to fall apart, it is now the time to find our way back to the face-to-face events. The Warsaw Industry Week 5th edition, the international trade fair of innovative industrial solutions in Ptak Warsaw Expo, has been one of our first events in presence-based modality.
At Warsaw Industry Week, part of the I4MS consortium could meet and introduce to Polish companies the funding and community opportunities that the I4MS initiative brings under the European Commission H2020 programme. I4MS was present together with Integradde Project and DIMOFAC.
I4MS had room to share a pitch on Cascade Funding
On the very first day at Warsaw Industry Week, I4MS had room to share a pitch on Cascade Funding, where Maria Roca, I4MS Project Manager, exposed the different funding opportunities that our initiative has to offer among the attendees.
A representative of the I4MS innovation action Better Factory, Natalia Cardona, communications executive at Mobile World Capital Barcelona, participated in the I4MS booth and the Cascade Funding pitch by presenting the Better Factory initiative to manufacturing SMEs, to collaborate with artists to develop new and personalised products, and the chances of experimentation with new technologies through equity-free funding experiments.
Ola Sawicka, I4MS Marketing lead, introduced the project in representation of FundingBox. She highlighted the importance of digitalising the manufacturing sector and why it is relevant to stay competitive for the European market.
At the I4Ms booth, SMEs and mid-caps had the chance to come and receive technological support and discover financial opportunities for experiments within the digitalisation of the manufacturing sector.