We’re a nonprofit association with the mission to

Accelerate
the growth of technology
and the innovation ecosystem
in Cyprus.

Our story

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Our
Story

In 2021, Cyprus-based Technology companies united to work together on building the global techisland in Cyprus In 2021, Cyprus-based Technology companies united to work together on building the global techisland in Cyprus In 2021, Cyprus-based Technology companies united to work together on building the global techisland in Cyprus In 2021, Cyprus-based Technology companies united to work together on building the global techisland in Cyprus In 2021, Cyprus-based Technology companies united to work together on building the global techisland in Cyprus

Our
Objectives

  • Focus on the development of SMEs

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Strengthen VC & Angel Investing infrastructure

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Build globally recognized brand

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Help transform traditional industries

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Strengthen entrepreneurial education

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Better regulatory and legal framework

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

  • Improve and grow critical infrastructure

    Economic development policies have been focusing on cutting corporation tax and attracting foreign companies and individuals to Cyprus shores as a magic bullet to improve the country’s economic development. It is clear that Cyprus has been built on a small business economy – the SME sector accounts for 99% of all businesses in Cyprus and almost 84% of all employment and 77% turnover in the private sector.

    The SME sector will continue driving forward the economy of Cyprus in the upcoming decade. It will be important to continue supporting the inception, growth and survival of small and medium enterprises across all existing sectors via continuous improvement of the policies aimed for the improvement of the SME sector.

    Furthermore, it will be desired to create more opportunities for early stage companies from the technology sector to receive support from the public and private sector. It can be observed that companies that embrace technology from their inception have high potential to massively grow thus strengthening the local economy, employ local people and contribute to the development of the country they reside in.

    In order to create new and strengthen existing technology companies, it will be crucial to focus on educating the future entrepreneurs, accelerate their ideas and support the growth of the companies via activation of private and public capital.

    The goal should be to support both local and international entrepreneurs that are willing to relocate to Cyprus to start and grow their companies from the country.

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