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It is time for another instalment of the "Polish Startups" report, which is a kind of summary of the passing year in terms of the condition of the Polish startup ecosystem. This year's - already the eighth - edition is another one which is being created at the time of crisis, or rather, several crises occurring simultaneously. Unfortunately, while the pandemic was an impulse for faster development of the startup sector, the current crises have or may have a negative impact on the mood of young technology companies. What does the future hold for Polish startups? What can be done to keep them growing? The "Polish Startups" report with conclusions and recommendations on the subject can be downloaded for free from our website as a PDF.
While the pandemic was a boost to the faster growth of the startup sector, the current crises have or may have a negative impact on the mood of young technology companies. For now, however, Polish startups are still doing well. Experts point out that there is no shortage of capital to complain about in Poland, and founders themselves are increasingly thinking about expanding abroad. We have researched the mood in Polish startups and are proud to present you with our annual, most important report: 'Polish Startups 2022'.READ MORE
According to startup founders, the biggest barrier to growth in Poland is obtaining funding. It is estimated that the capital gap on the Vistula is already as high as several hundred billion zlotys. Which industries are most underfinanced? Can acceleration programmes be the answer to startups' difficulties in obtaining funding?READ MORE
This year's World Cup is already being hailed as historic by virtue of its timing (the first time it is being held in November and December) and location (it is the first time a World Cup has been played in the Middle East). It may also be the most innovative - this is where semi-automatic offside technology will be used on a large scale for the first time. The days when VAR was considered a debatable novelty are behind us - innovation is entering the sport on various levels. How are they changing sport?READ MORE