Technologists Piotr Smoleń and Daniel Wartołowski are hoping to turn the phrase ‘pay day comes early’ into reality with their new Symmetrical finance app.
To help reduce waste, the Polish government has agreed on a new law that will force food sellers to donate any unsold foodstuff to non-governmental organizations or receive a fine of 0.1 PLN per kilo of wasted foodstuff.
PLN 120 million (EUR 28,000) from the EU's Digital Poland programme will finance new WiFi access points countrywide, Minister of Digital Affairs Marek Zagorski informed on Tuesday.
The average Pole wastes 247kg of food a year, putting Poland in fifth place in Europe, where the average is 173kg per capita, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has reported. The most commonly wasted foods in Poland are bread, fruit and smoked meats.
Managed by a Warsaw venture capital firm the fund will focus on sectors such as fintech and mobility.
Thursday's meeting with European Commission president-elect, Ursula von der Leyen, largely fulfilled Poland's expectations on a great number of matters, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said after the meeting in Warsaw.
The 87 percent of resident permits in Poland where granted together with work permits.
The European Union must respond to the doubts of the member states which did not sign the European climate neutrality 2050 goal, PAP was told by EU Climate and Energy Commissioner Miguel Canete.
Europe should once again become a global leader in advanced technologies and industry, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Monday in his address at the opening of the European Forum for Science, Research and Innovation in the east-German city of Dresden.
The strategic agenda that EU leaders adopted at their summit in Brussels of Thursday includes such issues as strengthening the single market, migration and a just ecological transformation, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday.