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Wednesday, 4 October 2017

President welcomes best Polish start-ups at his seat

  |   The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie" was the third such event at the presidential palace

President Andrzej Duda met the country's most promising new companies during an event held on Wednesday at the presidential palace.

 

The meeting, entitled "Startupy w Palacu Globalnie (Start-ups at the palace globally)" was part of a project whereby burgeoning firms present their business ideas to potential investors, CEO's of state-owned companies, representatives of grant-giving institutions as well as venture capitalists and ambassadors of foreign countries.

 

See also: President: Start-ups indispensable for Poland's growth This was the third such event at the presidential palace, following similar audiences in 2016 and in March this year.

 

"I believe today's meeting will help start-ups sign new contracts", the head of state said.

 

He added that thanks to such deals, "young people will have funds to develop their ideas, come up with new innovative solutions and build new, cutting-edge undertakings".

 

President Andrzej Duda emphasised Poland had to create a modern, innovative economy or it would face slowdown, "a scenario I cannot imagine at all".

 

The president said for this reason, he was especially pleased to welcome both "the youth and funding representatives" at his palace.

 

The head of state pointed out he had been taking start-up entrepreneurs with him on foreign visits, and the 10 new companies which had presented themselves at the March event would soon accompany him to Finland, "where, as you know, this sector, this type of activity is growing at an unbelievable pace".

 

President Duda also drew attention to the fact that one of the state-owned firms, chemicals maker Azoty, was already collaborating with start-up firms, thanks to the presidential project.

 

The head of state concluded it was his "great ambition" to support young Polish start-up enterpreneurs, as they "feel ready for a global expansion", and by partnering them with big companies, both sides "will be able not just to build the Polish economy, but also bring the country worldwide fame, proving Poland is home to intelligent people and a place where innovative ideas are born". (PAP)

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