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Cooperation Opportunities for the Polish-Finnish ICT Sector Online Event
Three ICT clusters
- Interizon (Gdansk, Poland)
- IT Corner (Wroclaw, Poland) and
- Turku Awakens (Turku, Finland)
joined forces and formed an Alliance with around 250 ICT companies. Together we present our expertise and seek new business opportunities both in Poland and in Finland.
In the first event organized in September 8th, we have introduced our clusters and Digitalization / E-commerce success cases from each cluster, followed by one-to-one online meetings.
The online meetings are open until 8th of Oct. There are more than 100 companies and organizations registered for the event. This is a great opportunity to find cooperation and resources for your projects.
Participation is free of charge and open to everyone.
Read more and register to the event
Webinar Agenda 8th Sep. 2020
Welcome words by Jari Rastas, Honorary Consul General of Poland
Introduction of the Gdansk area, Agata Maderska / InvestGDA and Jarosław Parzuchowski / Interizon
Introduction of the Turku area, Michael Lindholm / Turku Science Park Ltd and Ari Varjonen / Qalmari Oy
Introduction of the Wroclaw area, Marcin Jabłoński / Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and Jakub Jarosz / ITCorner
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What kind of trends do wee see in the field of e-commerce. BoostHigh works with Digital Signage, CCTV monitoring and other exciting new technologies.
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