Despite the pandemic, or perhaps because of it, a truly civilizational change is taking place: from a country based on agriculture, extraction of raw materials, and small-scale services, Poland is becoming the most innovative place in the region.


According to Thomas Rubens of DN Capital, an international Venture Capital firm based in London, foreign entities investing in domestic technology companies are attracted to Poland by the wide range of solutions they implement, including machine learning and artificial intelligence.


Another field that impresses VC representatives is robotics, which is being developed in Poland not only in schools, by large technology corporations, but also by small and medium-sized enterprises.


Poland's third advantage is its professional, excellently educated staff, who can successfully compete on foreign markets.