In this episode, host John Beauchamp is joined in the studio by Tomasz Snażyk, CEO of the Startup Poland Foundation.
Set up two years ago by Bartłomiej Rak and Katarzyna Młynarczyk, REBREAD is a company on a mission to “save as much unused bread as possible” and transform it from “waste to a raw material that can be reused, saving resources, energy and the environment.”
VIDEO: Exploring new frontiers of Voice AI, the Polish startup called Elevenlabs came to prominence in September last year when it posted a short video on YouTube showing Leonardo DiCaprio speaking from the stage at the UN Climate Summit.
Already collaborating with giants such as Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain, ReSpo.Vision are transforming sports analytics by employing cutting edge Computer Vision and Machine Learning algorithms.
This year has seen a breakthrough for Polish start-up firms and most of them have shrugged off the impact of the pandemic or even benefitted from it, a report has found.
The companies were chosen to join the three-month-long programme, along with 12 other companies from Europe and Israel, that Google says are the ‘most promising European tech start-ups’.
Beauty, Salon and Wellness appointment booking app Booksy has made history after receiving 70 mln USD, the biggest ever investment for any Polish start-up at the same stage of development.
The Sopot-based company was named for its innovative use of nano-materials to create fresh water with a water filter which could become an essential item for disaster relief teams who respond to devastating natural phenomena such as earthquakes, floods, tornados, hurricanes and manmade disasters such as war.
The research compiled by British analysts NimbleFins collated data from sources such as the OECD, World bank, Eurostat and the World Economic Forum.
The only building to remain standing on Wrocław’s Słodowa Island at the end of WWII, architects made sure they stayed respectful to the building’s history while ensuring it had a modern, up-to-date feel too.