This is an morning "un-meeting" where entrepreneurs, students and others who are interested in startups can come, hang out, network, and share some stories. We talk about what's going on in Kraków & world concerning tech, marketing, fundraising and more. So why don't you stop by to join us before work?

This is a regular meeting. 8 a.m - 9 a.m Every other Thursday at Charlotte Kraków, Poland


8:00: Hello and greetings, getting to know each other - stand-up buffet

8:10: Current Events—things in the news that were noteworthy. This could be anything from new product launches to new laws and policies that affect startups, to new developer toolkit releases, to ideas on best practices for X, where X could be almost anything.

8:30: Open Floor. People can present or ask questions of the group. This included everything from questions about one’s particular startups to general questions. Sometimes people would pitch the group to get feedback

Taken from "Startup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Your City" by Brad Feld

Before you go - important stuff, so that all benefit most:

Take a minute to post a few words about you or your bussines - Let other guest know what you are doing and let them connect with you during the morning meeting.

Stay in touch:

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Want to help?

OpenCoffeeKrk is an independent event and belongs to the Kraków's community as a whole. If you want to help with running the events/the website or have any ideas/suggestions just mail

Open Coffee Krk #2 - 06/12/2012

  • Marcin Skotniczny

    Project Manager at
  • Rafał Pokrywka

    Co-Founder of VirtusLab, SoftQ and Luminis Research, Scala Camp Organizer
  • Diana Solomko

    Marketing Professional
  • Piotr Wilk

    Project Manager w Polskie Szkoły Internetowe Libratus
  • Jacek Złydach

    Web Developer at InventSoft; HackerSpace KRK I work in web development, though by hobby I dabble with all different kinds of programming, ranging from low-level C++ to extremely high-level code in Common Lisp. I blog semiregularly at I'm also heavily involved with Hackerspace Kraków. On last OpenCoffee I talked about a project I'm working on - systematic translation of Paul Graham's essays.
  • Łukasz Mokrzycki

    Coach at, Computer Science Student
  • Nick Holden

    Co-Founder & Creative Director, OysterWorld Ltd. Game Advocates Krakow
  • Karol Majta

    Student of mechanics and physics. Passionate about programming, computer games, and bicycles. Dev at Nearbox, Founder of
  • Karolina Perrin

    Prowadzę studio: zajmujemy się projektowaniem eksponatów interaktywnych na potrzeby "edukacji przez doświadczenie". Obecnie przygotowuję Maker Space na konferencję dla centrów nauki, gdzie będą testowane doświadczenia z całego świata dot. edukacji przez wytwarzanie W związku z tym chciałabym współtworzyć kilkudniowy event w Krakowie gdzie interdyscyplinarne zespoły będą mogły rozwinąć projekty w kontekście fab lab. Dajcie znać co o tym myślicie?
  • Mirek Woźniak

    Hackerspace Kraków Foundation, Marketing Assistant at Lunar Logic Polska
  • Krzysztof Magiera
  • Richard Lucas

    Chairman of PMR, investor and initiator of new businesses/non profit projects
    My Wojtek Soldier Bear project I talked about here at TEDxKrakow The Facebook group is here I need help with this. there is a project to put up a Statue in Park Jordana. I want to have a digital Creative Commons Wojtek that anyone can replicate anywhere if possible. If anyone wants to help with the Cracow Community Noticeboard, just get in touch. Its supported by Piotr Wilam, myself and Ramon Tancinco If you are organising events like Webmuses. Hackerspace or a conference, I'll give you access to the Calendar so that you upload your events
  • Marta Ryłko

    Computer Science Student at AGH, Co-founder of
  • Piotr Janik

    Software Developer (Consultant) at The Concord Consortium, Google Summer of Code Developer

And YOU? Join us on 7th of February 2013 at 8am at Charlotte (pl. Szczepański, Kraków)

  • If you learn that you can't make it after you submit the form, please write to
  • Please be on time - 8:00 am
  • Any future announcements to the other participants are preferable posted on the LinkedIn group and tweeted/auto tweeted in the same time with an @opencoffeekrk handle. - This way we can discuss it freely on LinkedIn and in the same time he main topics pops up in the Tweet feed on this site.
  • Check this site, later on and before the meeting, to learn who else will take part. You can play with connections here.
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