Monday, February 6, 2023

Learning to deal with labor market uncertainty

Sylwia Ziemacka talked to Cezary Maciołek, President of the Progres Group.The labor market seems to be doing quite well considering the current unemployment rates,...

Revolution in the drug discovery process in the biotechnology market

Sylwia Ziemacka talks to Janusz Homa, CEO & Co-Founder of Ardigen S.A.What is Ardigen’s profile? What exactly do you do?A significant problem in modern...

Securing a good life, with a little help

Poland Weekly talked to Anna Suwalska MD, PhD, a Sense Med Concept expert, about her New Year’s resolution, life in harmony and a holistic...

Three Seas Region right on track

Almost 4,500 km of High Speed Railway lines are planned for the Three Seas Region. The first sections should be launched as early as...

Doctor.One – innovation in healthcare

Innovations are changing the healthcare markets. In particular the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated there is a strong need for better solutions for patients, doctors....

Startups in Poland

Only 7 per cent of start-ups at the time of the survey felt a decline in foreign investors’ interest in the Polish market. A much larger proportion (38 per cent) had not yet felt such a negative trend. More than one in two startups, however, gave the answer “difficult to say”, which may herald a change in this trend.

What does the future hold for Polish startups? What can be done to keep them growing? Sylwia Ziemacka from Poland Weekly talked to Tomasz Snażyk, CEO of Startup Poland about the Polish startup ecosystem and its future.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
Managing DirectorShe has over 15 years of experience in media, communication and public relations. She used to work for several publishers, managing both Polish and international media projects. She specializes in B2B communication and publishing.
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