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Remembering EntrepreneurCountry Prague’s Launch & the Importance of Building Growth in Europe * We are never checkmated by history

Written by Julie Meyer on Monday, 13 June 2016.

juliemTwenty five years ago next month, Czechslovakia was born after a half century of the Communist darkness. Throughout November 1989, students protested in Bratislava and Prague. A two hour general strike was held on the 27 of November throughout the country causing the entire Communist Party leadership to resign including Milos Jakes the puppet General Secretary. In response to this demonstration of people power, the Communist Party announced it would relinquish power and dismantle the single-party state. As barbed wire was removed, the Constitution changed. Vaclav Havel became the first President of Czechoslovakia on 29 December 1989.

Central European trade missions head to UK

Written by Glede Jung on Tuesday, 22 September 2015.

Central European startups are visiting the United Kingdom to build strategic business partnerships and strengthen commercial ties under the Ready to Go programme. Led by Australian-born Michael Jacobsen, these trade missions are designed to build a two-way traffic relationship beneficial to all parties involved. These early stage companies from a wide range of sectors hope to identify potential UK partners and expand their distribution reach, the core value proposition of Ecosystem Economics.

Entrepreneur Profile: Joanna Kółkowska

Written by Magda Borowik on Friday, 09 January 2015.

Joanna Kółkowska the CEO & co-founder of Prowly.com

I met Joanna at the opening of her new venture: Bluebirds&Co, a startup for creative women who want to wear high quality, fine clothes designed by themselves. The launch party was held at Prowly headquarters, on a huge terrace, with deckchairs, italian food and nice wine. It turned out that Joanna and I have a lot in common; we live and work in the same neighborhood, we've both come from the telecoms world and we both agree that the best people in business descend from there.

Startup Profile: Diabdis

Written by Magda Borowik on Friday, 14 November 2014.

Diabetes is one of the fastest growing epidemics of our time. At the moment it affects 382 million people worldwide, and is estimated to reach 592 million in 2035. Most of those people are not under supervision of diabetologists, which may result in multiple complications, such as nephropathy, neuropathy or retinopathy. "We are here to make a change" say Magdalena Dutkiewicz, Tomasz Dąbrowski and Szymon Dziedzic, who have developed the Diabdis.com tool.

THE AFFILY – Polish software that will take your affiliate management efforts to a brand new level

Written by Magda Borowik on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

The Affily Polish Affiliate Marketing Engine is a slick and easy affiliate software. It is the perfect tool to run an affiliate program for businesses. It was created by three Polish marketing engine experts to help in the business growth of the following trades: e-commerce's, startups, financial institutions, hosting providers or ad agencies.

Startup Profile: Sheepla

on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

Warsaw-based e-commerce startup Sheepla is embarking on an ambitious expansion programme. The cloud-based platform is supporting online fashion retailer Złote Wyprzedaże as it moves into the Central and Eastern European markets. And the tie-up will, among other things, improve Złote's distribution processes by automating warehouse document preparation.

Oort przedstawia „internet wszystkiego”

on Thursday, 17 July 2014.

Dzięki pomysłom wielu innowacyjnych europejskich start-upów, nasze domy stają się coraz bardziej inteligentne. A dzięki twórcom polskiego start-upu Oort, idea „internetu rzeczy" wkracza na nowy poziom. Twórcy są tak pewni sukcesu, że nazwali swój pomysł „internetem wszystkiego".

Issue Stand: Cyfryzacja tradycyjnych mediów

on Thursday, 17 July 2014.

Cyfryzacja zmieniła media nieodwracalnie. Na tradycyjne wydawnictwa padł strach przed nieznanym, inni z kolei zaczęli szukać możliwości w tym nowym świecie technologii. Jedną z takich firm jest Issue Stand, działający od dwóch lat polski start-up, który pozwala małym i średnim wydawnictwom na szybkie i proste wydawanie swoich tytułów.

Colibri zmienia świat growth hackingu

on Thursday, 17 July 2014.

W internecie, gdzie los wielu firm zdany jest na pozycjonowaniu w wynikach wyszukiwarki Google, popularność zdobywa growth hacking. Warszawski start-up Colibri korzysta z tego trendu i oferuje swoim klientom takie usługi jak optymizacja wyników wyszukiwania (SEO), marketing social media i dogłębne statystyki strony, dostarczając skuteczny marketing w konkurencyjnych cenach.

DrOmnibus zmienia życie niepełnosprawnych dzieci

on Thursday, 17 July 2014.

Od kiedy w naszym życiu zagościły smartphony i tablety, mobilne aplikacje stały się ogromną gałęzią przemysłu IT. Jednak dla niektórych, aplikacje to nie tylko duże pieniądze i zabawa tworzenia, ale także sposób na niesienie pomocy potrzebującym. Polski start-up DrOmnibus jest jedną z tych firm, która przez swoje produkty chce pomagać innym.

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Remembering EntrepreneurCountry Prague’s Launch & the Importance of Building Growth in Europe * We are never checkmated by history

by Julie Meyer

juliemTwenty five years ago next month, Czechslovakia was born after a half century of the Communist darkness. Throughout November 1989, students protested in Bratislava and Prague. A two hour general strike was held on the 27 of November throughout the country causing the entire Communist Party leadership to resign including Milos Jakes the puppet General Secretary. In response to this demonstration of people power, the Communist Party announced it would relinquish power and dismantle the single-party state. As barbed wire was removed, the Constitution changed. Vaclav Havel became the first President of Czechoslovakia on 29 December 1989.

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Disruptive startup Estimote launches RealityHack Challenge

by Amit Pau

Polish startup Estimote has issued an exciting challenge to their followers: build a brand new app for home automation that's compatible with Estimote's exciting Beacon technology. Their innovative product is already set to revolutionise how we interact with just about everything, providing 'personalised micro-location based notifications and actions'. In other words, by transmitting signals via Bluetooth, these tiny sensors introduce your smartphone apps to the physical world. 

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Entrepreneur Profile: Joanna Kółkowska

by Magda Borowik

Joanna Kółkowska the CEO & co-founder of Prowly.com

I met Joanna at the opening of her new venture: Bluebirds&Co, a startup for creative women who want to wear high quality, fine clothes designed by themselves. The launch party was held at Prowly headquarters, on a huge terrace, with deckchairs, italian food and nice wine. It turned out that Joanna and I have a lot in common; we live and work in the same neighborhood, we've both come from the telecoms world and we both agree that the best people in business descend from there.

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Poland: Offshore in Warsaw

by Ben Austin

The morning was bitterly cold and utterly soul-less as I waited for the taxi to whisk me off to Luton airport. No-one else around, night-time still very much alive in the cloudless sky, and the temperature on the ground in London was as close to Baltic as the capital would ever see.

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Poland: Europe’s new startup playground

by EntrepreneurCountry Global

Poland is a shining example of how to create a startup ecosystem from scratch. Like its booming economy, the tech startup sector is growing apace, providing an exciting, well-resourced playground for young Davids to find their feet and make their name.

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Polish Startup Challenges SEO Market

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The SEO tools market is still quite young, but it seems to me that a rapidly expanding Polish venture could be challenging this sector's business model before it has even fully taken shape.

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