Within the next 20 years, developments in technology will cause nearly two million jobs to disappear and three million to be transformed, said Minister of Development Jadwiga Emilewicz during Thursday's presentation of the 'Roads to Industry 4.0' report.
The two-day Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit world congress, Europe's biggest event for women working in technology, started in Warsaw on Wednesday.
Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz told the private TV broadcaster TVN24 on Tuesday that the government will be formed very quickly and the announcement of its final composition will be published this week.
Poland's Industrial Development Agency (ARP) opened its fourth Service Centre for Companies (COP) in the western city of Poznan on Monday, to support small and medium-sized companies in Poland and abroad.
The group got the chance to mentor with leading CEOs from some of the country’s biggest companies, and explore the inner workings of the Polish economy
Former US President Bill Clinton expressed admiration for Poland's economic performance at the annual ABSL (Association of Business Service Leaders) conference in Warsaw on Thursday.
The 11th European Economic Congress (EEC), which started in Katowice, southern Poland, on Monday, is one of the biggest business events in Central Europe. This year's edition will likely be attended by over 12,000 guests.
Over 30 enterprises and public institutions took part in the Polish Job Fair in London on Sunday. Poles living in the UK were presented with concrete job offers both in the private sector and in State Treasury companies and public administration.
If you’re interested in working in Poland then don’t miss out on Sunday’s event.
Poland will organise Weimar TechDays in the southern city of Kraków as part of the Weimar Triangle, a trilateral cooperation format that encompasses France, Germany and Poland, Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Tuesday.