About us

Science Technology Park Belgrade (STP Belgrade) supports startups and growing companies in the development and commercialisation of innovative products and services. 

With us, ideas are more than just interesting stories. STP Belgrade’s member companies are currently developing more than 110 innovative products and services, employ more than 800 highly educated persons and export to more than 40 countries worldwide! Since our formation in 2015, we have supported accelerated development of more than 100 companies!

Established through partnership between the Government of the Republic of Serbia (on behalf of the Government, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development), the City of Belgrade and the University of Belgrade, with the support of the Swiss Government, drawing on best international practices, Science Technology Park Belgrade is a point where businesses, science and institutions converge and interact. With its activities, programs and services, STP Belgrade has a key impact in shaping the development of Serbia’s innovation ecosystem. 

We are open to all those who wish to take part in the creation of a vibrant hi-tech community and thus generate added value to boost their business development and contribute to entrepreneurship development in Serbia.

STP Belgrade premises currently hosts Business Technology Incubator of Technical Faculties Belgrade (BITF) and Innovation Fund of the Republic of Serbia.

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Application

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. We are expecting yours!

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Evaluation

All applications will be evaluated according to the criteria set out in the Public call.

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Induction

Applicants that pass the evaluation stage will be awarded contracts. Welcome to the community!

Projects


Technopark Serbia 2 – Boosting Exports through technoparks

The Project’s Technopark Serbia 2 – Boosting exports through technoparks the main objective is to increase the competitiveness of the Serbian high-tech industry, which is expected to contribute to increased revenues, exports and job, through the development of a network of science technology parks, and to encourage as many young persons as possible for tech entrepreneurship and development of new startup companies.

The project is supported by Swiss Government (on behalf of the Swiss Government, Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affairs, SECO) pursuant to an initiative of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, building on the sound performance at the previous stage, through the project “Science Technology Park Belgrade – a New Export Instrument of Serbia”, the aim of which was to establish and develop STP Belgrade as the first fully functional science technology park in Serbia. The primary goal of Swiss Government support was to make STP Belgrade an export instrument of Serbia, helping the country improve its competitive position in the global market for smart products and services. 

Under the new project, “Technopark Serbia 2 – Boosting Exports through technoparks”, the Swiss Government continues supporting innovation development and expansion of the science technology parks network in Serbia. This stage will include the following actions: 

  • Science Technology Park Belgrade support model will be upgraded and tailored to specific needs of startups and growing companies,
  • The knowledge and experience acquired by STP Belgrade will be transferred to Niš and Čačak, to speed up the development of science technology parks in those two cities and to facilitate accelerated development of new export-oriented tech companies in those regions,
  • With the development and implementation of the new pre-seed program Raising Starts (which includes financial and business support to startups at the earliest stages of development), the formation and development of up to 100 new startups in Belgrade, Niš and Čačak will be supported,
  • As a result of cooperation between the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI) and the Intellectual Property Office of the Republic of Serbia, startups will also receive specific support in the field of intellectual property rights.

Swiss Government support is crucial because it will facilitate regional development based on knowledge and innovation, encouraging young people to develop their ideas, form tech companies, and economically thrive in Serbia, on par with the rest of the world. Through various modalities of support available under the Project, they will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to tackle obstacles on the path from an innovative idea to readiness for investment and global breakthrough.

With this project, including the previous stage, the Swiss Government will invest EUR 4,970,000 in total in the development of technology parks in Serbia (EUR 1,070,000 EUR for stage I and EUR 3,900,000 for stage II).

EU Support to Science and Technology Park Belgrade for Services to Innovative Companies

The EU Support to Science Technology Park Belgrade for Services to Innovative Companies Project’s overall objective is to strengthen research and innovation through institutional support for innovative enterprises. The project is aimed at further increasing the internal capacity of STP for efficient and sustainable support to companies at every stage of development – from business idea identification and start-up, to growth and internationalisation, and using and applying best international practices. 

The aim is also to modernise research and innovation, encourage cooperation between industry and academia, and increase the level of investment in research and competitiveness of the Serbian innovation and technology development sector. Qualified and competent world-class experts implement specific services for small and medium enterprises and potential entrepreneurs such as mentoring activities, training programs, study visits, thematic workshops and events. 

The project develops and promotes Research and Development among all relevant stakeholders and improves compliance of innovative and technology-based companies with the EU harmonised legislation.

OIS-AIR Interreg Adrion - Establishment of the Open Innovation System of the Adriatic-Ionian Region

The project Establishment of the Open Innovation System of the Adriatic-Ionian Region (OIS-AIR) is funded under the EU’s Interreg Adrion program. The project aims to create a single marketplace for technology and innovation, competitive and attractive at the macro-regional level. OIS-AIR consolidating and strengthening the development of industrial and entrepreneurial activities in order to stimulate SMEs access to research infrastructures and facilities and increase business investments in R&I, with a specific focus on those sectors characterizing the competitive advantage of the region.

Project partners are: AREA Science Park Trieste, Italy; Technology Park Ljubljana, Slovenia; Croatian Chamber of Economy, Croatia; Science Technology Park Belgrade, Serbia; Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece; University of Basilicata, Italy; and the Ministry of Finance and Economy of Albania.

Started in 2018, the Project involved many relevant stakeholders from different sectors – from research institutions to SMEs and public administration, bringing a number of key advantages to the Adriatic-Ionian innovation ecosystem. The project has included the following activities: definition of the first Pilot Macro Regional S3 for Adriatic Ionian Region- defining key macro-regional development trajectories in most promising sectors (transport and mobility, energy and environment, agro-bioeconomy); the OIS-AIR Innovair platform for the exchange of knowledge, technology and innovation opportunities, www.oisair.net, has been set up; a transnational Proof of concept (POC) Call has been implemented; and 10 innovation vouchers worth EUR 18,500 have been awarded to innovative projects developed jointly by research centres and SMEs in the Adriatic-Ionian region. 

The originally established OIS-AIR Network, featuring 7 Innovation Centres in six countries, has a flexible design and is open to new members, active R&D stakeholders in the Adriatic-Ionian region, such as innovation agencies, technology parks, public and private research institutions, universities and business support organisations. OIS-AIR INNOVAIR platform offers free-of-charge innovation services to businesses and promotes the establishment of R2B collaborations between innovation players of the Adriatic-Ionian area.

 

 

CONTACT


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Veljka Dugosevica 54
11050 Belgrade
Serbia
Direct bus line: Bus 66
phone: +381 11 3370 951


DISTANCE FROM THE AIRPORT: 23km

DISTANCE FROM THE CITY CENTER: 5km