Regional Investor Assistance Centre:
Fundusz Górnośląski S.A. Oddział w Katowicach
ul. Powstańców 17
phone: +48 (32) 72 85 800, extension nr: 203, 128
fax: +48 (32) 728 58 03
Welcome to the website of Regional Investors’ Assistance Centre that act within the structure of Fundusz Górnośląski SA Oddział w Katowicach.
We invite all companies and institutions who want to publish their own investment offers on our website to cooperation.
Upcoming international events:
► Mobile World Congress Brokerage event 2019, 26-28.02.2019r., Barcelona
► Futurebuild matchmaking event, 6 March 2019, London, United Kingdom
► INNOFORM 2019, 13 March 2019, Bydgoszcz, Poland
► B2B event in the frame of HANNOVER MESSE, 1 - 5.04.2019, Hannover
16 January 2019
E-guide to managing stress and psychosocial risks
The e-guide is designed to respond to the needs of employers and people working in small enterprises, who are starting to approach psychosocial risks in the workplace, and who need to get guidance on the first steps... more
13 December 2018
REACH: new criteria helps companies better assess safety and impact of nanomaterials.
|Last week, the European Commission adopted the revision of several Annexes of the EU Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), clarifying the registration requirements with regard to nanomaterials more
13 December 2018
Webinar: financing energy efficiency in the industry sector – 13 December, 11:00 CET
|This webinar, organised in partnership with the UN Environment Finance Initiative, will discuss in particular the financing of investment into energy efficiency in the Industry sector. more
Guides for SME and public entities
1. “Navigate Change - How New Approaches to Public Procurement will create new Markets”
The guidebook for SMEs on new approaches to public procurement available for viewing and download. The book contains interviews with leading decision makers from policy, business and research on the realities and opportunities in changing procurement practices.
2. “Good Practices Guide”
The “Guide of Good Practices” on supporting services for SMEs on European and International Public Procurement, describes 17 good practices led by regional and national authorities. This document provides clear information on the services that could match the needs of SME and the way to set them up and finance them.