US-visiting Polish President Andrzej Duda opened the Polish Business and Innovation Week in the state of Nevada on Saturday. The event is intended as a cooperation platform between US and Polish enterprise, among others in aircraft and space technology.
Poland's average corporate gross wage in April 2019 amounted to PLN 5,186.12 (EUR 1,210), up by 7.1 percent year on year, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Tuesday.
Pupils from a Zielona Góra school aim for consecutive victories in a competition that hones business skills and encourages entrepreneurial spirit.
In the CEO World magazine report, Poland scored 85.2 against Malaysia’s 85.8, well ahead of Europe’s powerhouse economies which placed Germany 25th, the UK 16th and France 17th.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, the number of drone operators is steadily growing, from 6,500 in 2017 to 10,000 in 2018.
Poland has made the development of Industry 4.0 one of the priorities of its Strategy for Responsible Development adopted last year, which describes it as “key to improving the competitive position of the Polish economy”.
A networking conference, the Wolves Summit gives an opportunity for 300 startups, 200 investors, and 300 corporations and executives from the global tech ecosystem to meet up.
Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz on Tuesday envisaged steps aimed at encouraging Polish companies to expand their export-related activities.
Nearly one-in-ten Polish women run their own business, compared to just 3.3 percent in Germany.
Today’s transshipment of the 9 millionth 20-foot container at the Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) in Gdańsk marks the revival of Polish Baltic Sea ports and accentuates Poland’s economic success built continuously since the accession to the European Union.