Lecturer: Agnieszka Haber, Izabela Banaś
How does today’s market of design services looks like? What are the biggest challenges faced by designers and design managers of the company contracting the services of design? What mistakes and risks of should be avoided by the designers and client services? And how build a brand in the market of design services as a designer?
During the meeting, representatives of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development will present the results of the “Diagnosis of the state of design in Poland” (which takes into account the perspective of both buyers as well as the artists) and the latest support tools offered by PARP within public programs and POPW Poire EU-funded where possible is to finance the cost of design.
Polish Agency for Enterprise Development implements actions within which entrepreneurs can apply for funding for costs relating to the design of new products, processes or carry out audits of design. For such activities include market research and innovation vouchers (POIR) and the formula for the competition (POPW) . During the presentation, the principles of support under these measures.
Agnieszka Haber – a sociologist and evaluator, ha graduated Warsaw University, School of Economics and Warsaw University of Technology – is a socio-economic researcher with over 18 years of experience. Since 2004 she has headed the Evaluation Section in the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.
Izabela Banaś has graduated International Economic and Political School of Economics in Warsaw. With European funds
and the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development bound since 2000. She was responsible for programming, contracting and accounting programs such as Phare (starting with the Phare 99) SPO WKP, PO IG, PO IR. Mainly related to investment programs, research and development and design for entrepreneurs. She has collaborated with the Ministry of Economy and Energy in Bulgaria where she participated as an expert in the work related to the preparation of the operational program “Competitiveness of Bulgarian Economy”.