Startup Safary offers entrepreneurs a taste of Poland’s tech scene

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The second leg of the Startup Crawl is here, under a new name – Startup Safary. Organisers Clarissa Steinhoefel and Maciek Laskus will be taking a select group of 20 entrepreneurs on a whirlwind tour of startup offices in Krakow, Poland, next week.

The event’s first edition passed through the 9flatsFabDelivery Hero and SponsorPay offices in Berlin, allowing time for an office tour and a Q&A followed by a networking after-party at Sankt Oberholz.

Next week’s event – on Thursday 6 December – will tour education startups Duckie Deck and Brainly, and gaming company Ganymede in Krakow, with an after-party at local co-working space Hive53. Tickets for the tour are €30, lunch included, and tickets for the after-party are free. The tour is open to anyone with an interest.

As for the name change, the organisers say the decision was made to “establish a more recognisable brand”. The team is planning additional city tours in Europe next year.

Featured image: Meetup @ Hive53 startup hub in Krakow – image credit: PhotShot

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