Dariusz Szewczyk Deputy to Chief Executive Officer of PARP. Support for entrepreneurship and innovation - Polish experience. Astana, 23 May 2013. Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP).
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Deputy to Chief ExecutiveOfficer of PARP
Support for entrepreneurship and innovation - Polish experience
Astana, 23 May 2013
Established by the Act of 9 November 2000, a governmental agencysubordinate to the Minister of Economy.
PARP in the financial perspective 2007-2013 is involved in implementation of 7.2 bn EUR (8.4% of total NSRF budget) within three OPs:OP Innovative Economy (EUR 3.9 bn), OP Human Capital (EUR 672 m) and OP Eastern Poland Development (EUR 2.6 bn).
PARP achievements – 12 years of activity
Financial services – guarantee funds
New systemic services
Financial services – loan funds
Organisational structure of the SME support system in Poland
POLISH AGENCY FOR ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
governmental agency, responsible for implementing of economic development programmes
16 REGIONAL FINANCING INSTITUTIONS (RIF)
one in eachvoivodship, cooperate with the PARP in the implementation of nationalprogrammes and regional in somecases
LEVEL OF DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDERS
SERVICE PROVIDERS with significant experience in cooperation with SMEs
provide advisory, training, information, financial and proinnovative services
National SME Services Network (KSU)
Commercial and non profit
Institutionsentitled for services
providing without PARP
business support organisations cooperating within
the network of audited and accredited
financial services -
financial services -
LF: separate fund for loans for SMEs and start-ups
LF and GF function in accordance with fixed standards and regulations on granting loans/ guarantees
At present, there are ca. 71 LF, 53 of which are under KSU, and 44 concluded agreements with PARP.
At present, there are ca. 51 GF, 46of which concluded agreements with PARP.
For SMEs applying for a loan or tendering for a contract but not having enough security for the liability.
For SMEs and persons starting business activity. LF may also grant loans from their own resources to other organisations. However, these are always special-purposeloans.
Deputy to Chief Executive Officer of PARP