Neontri’s primary product Jiffee is a mobile payment authorization platform but unlike the widely successful Blik, also designed in Poland, Jiffee uses Bluetooth technology instead of NFC.
The camp which is run by pharmaceutical company ADAMED has already helped 200 youngsters and seen alumni go on to attend some of the world’s most prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
The app from Polish start up Immersion, in conjunction with NATO and the Smithsonian Institute places users right in the action of NASA’s space missions of the 1960s. They can launch their own Saturn V rocket, sit inside the Lunar Command Module of Apollo 11 and explore the lunar landscape.
Alongside her career, Stanisławska is an active supporter of women in venture capital. She founded the European Women in VC community, which has over 400 members across 19 countries.
Attaching to your existing key the device lets you know who and when somebody has entered your home or office.
At its launch, Golem managed to raise $8.6 million in investment in just 29 minutes as it wowed the market with its ‘computing power for rent’ idea.
Consisting of 19 microphones with 360-degree recording capabilities, the ZM-1 mic is set to transform professional music recordings.
Julia Szopa studied Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence before embarking on a global career in tech start ups. As CEO of Startup Poland, Julia works to help build Poland's growing tech startup scene. Poland's economy is growing fast. Tech entrepreneurs from outside Poland are taking notice. In this episode of Heart of Poland, Julia describes her personal journey into the exciting startup ecosystem and how Startup Poland has helped shape the country's understanding and attitude to business. Along the way she describes the unique business qualities Poles have - and some of the challenges of doing business in Poland.
Polish start-up Bohr Technology, a company which creates quantum machine learning algorithms and software for solving complex optimisation problems is entering the U.S. and Canadian markets, informs the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH).
Poland's Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Wednesday that the government wants to provide funding for up to 400 start-up companies, totalling PLN 120 million (EUR 28 million), to help energise the economy.