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September 27th, 2007
Report from Europe: Incubators hatch small successes
It's too soon to count success - the Lodz incubator is only three years old - but so far the incubator's official links with the University of Texas at Austin have been paying off.
Doskomp, a Polish e-learning company in the incubator, signed an agreement with Austin Logistics to develop software for its product training, for example. Another startup involved with nanotechnology is in financial talks with a US company, Bauer says.
"We help startups find partners, as well as help with technology transfers," Bauer says, adding that Poland has roughly 30 incubators.
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