Projects : Implemented projects :

Project "InoLab"

InoLAB: Intellectual business labarotory (Operational Programme for the Development of Human Resources for 2007-2013).

Project aim - to encourage intellectual entrepreneurship of scientists and researchers in forming entrepreneurial competencies and practical skills and using the synergy of science potential and innovation  support services.

The measures of scientists and researchers entrepreneurship promotion will be realized on the basis of practical knowledge and andragogy principles and the integration of the applicant and the partners' extensive experience in knowledge generation, entrepreneurship and technology transfer.

Objectives of the project:

to develop basic science and research competencies;

create, develop intellectual business;

develop practical skills of business modeling and partnership;

ensure availability and complexity of advisory innovation support services necessary for the development of intellectual business;

promote intellectual business.

Project duration: 24 months (22.12.2011 - 30.06.2014).

Leda Partner -Lithuanian Innovation Center.

Project partners – Klaipeda Science and Technology Park and other partners from Lithuania.

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Testimonials about 10 years of cooperation with KMTP

I can firmly state that KSTP is an institution where the ideas are generated not for remaining on paper or deep in a drawer. They are effectively implemented, there is always a look to the future, and a further road is foreseen to ideas. This is a feature of a solid and responsible institution. As a resident of Klaipėda, not indifferent to the present and, even more to the future, I wish that KSTP as it was, so it also would be one of the most active, dynamic and creative economy engines not only at national level but also at wider spaces.

Mayor of Klaipėda City

Vytautas Grubliauskas

We have carried out a number of successful joint projects with KSTP. It is not only a reliable partner but also an institution contributing to creation of new jobs. For Lithuania currently it is an issue of topical relevance, therefore, the Park helping the youth to enter the labour market contributes to strengthening of the national economy. I wish that the cooperation between the Park and business were even closer.

Marketing and Administration Director of Klaipėda State Seaport Authority

Artūras Drungilas