CEO @ Bioavlee
Graduate of master’s studies and postgraduate studies at the University of Economics in Wroclaw. Recently took part in the MIT Enterprise Forum CEE, one of the largest accelerators for technology start-ups in Poland, winning for Bioavlee participation in the Bootcamp at MIT in Boston.
Michał Wronecki has been managing corporations for over ten years. First in Spomasz Wrocław S.A. where as Chief Financial Officer he was responsible for the financial liquidity of the company. Afterwards as Chief Executive Officer, he was developing the company’s policy and strategy along with implementing operational policies and a strategic plan. Since 2016 Michał Wronecki has become CEO of Bioavlee startup which redefines standards in biotechnology. Bioavlee’s patented technology allows for an effective and quick decoding of detailed information on microorganisms, using their optical and morphological properties. Michał Wronecki not only ensures the financial liquidity of the company, obtains financing (investment financing, subsidies), develops the business strategies, but also builds trust relations with key partners and stakeholders and creates sales strategies.
Bioavlee redefine standards in biotechnology. Our breakthrough microbiological analysis technology enables fast and efficient identification of microorganisms. Solutions for determining microbiological contamination of products are key for a number of industries, including the cosmetics and the food industry.
Currently, microbiological industrial laboratories often work on the basis of time-consuming, manual analysis based on classical microbiology. The preparation of samples for testing and the inoculation of material on the Petri dishes is often done by hand, which extends the time and does not guarantee the repeatability of the process. The aim of Bioavlee is to provide products of the highest efficiency which are simultaneously capable of reducing costs and shortening the time needed for testing.
How does it work? The Bioavlee identification technology utilizes the fact that microorganism colonies exhibit specific optical (absorption and refraction coefficient) and morphological properties (profile, shape of the edges). The Bioavlee identification technology utilizes the fact that microorganism colonies exhibit specific optical (absorption and refraction coefficient) and morphological properties (profile, shape of the edges). These properties lead to the modulation of both the amplitude and phase of the light beams falling on the colonies. As a result of this transformation, the beams are subject to diffraction on the colonies which act as a lens and thus become an information carrier.