The three banks will join a plethora of fintech start-ups operating from Poland or powered by Polish ingenuity.
Hyrniewicz-Bieniek will head Google’s global network of startups.
Managed by a Warsaw venture capital firm the fund will focus on sectors such as fintech and mobility.
HeyWay, a social-networking app now operating in Warsaw, has its eye on a greater market share.
The rankings from 62 countries had five categories - human capital investment; research and development; entrepreneurial infrastructure; technical workforce; and policy dynamics.
Within seconds, the plugin, which is integrated with Microsoft Word and uses machine learning algorithms, suggests passages of text that lawyers can use, based on documents they have written in the past
The ‘dinosaur’ app from Warsaw-based start-up Immersion, lets visitors to New York’s Museum of Natural History explore the world and biology of the fearsome predator in full virtual reality.
PKO will use technology developed by Coinfirm, a Polish start-up that describes itself as the “go-to hub for blockchain research”, and a company that has a burgeoning reputation on the European high-tech scene.
Israel is often referred to as the ‘start-up nation’ and Poland wants to attract Israeli technology and start-up companies to Poland.
Imagine waking up in Łódź, going to work in Warsaw, having a quick meeting with a client in Wrocław and seeing a play in Kraków in the evening. A simple plan like this would require covering 1,200 km, but you would only spend an hour commuting. All this could be possible by 2030, with the construction of Hyperloop in Poland.