U.S.-Poland Innovation Week: Polish Innovative Technologies in the United States

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On November 19-20, 2014 Green Gate Consulting’s team participated in the conference US-Poland Innovation Week organized in California by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote the Polish economy and Polish innovative technologies on the U.S. market. The first part of the conference was held in Los Angeles, and the second part in Silicon Valley in the San Francisco area.

The conference was primarily focused on business cooperation between Polish and American partners. It brought together representatives of the Polish and U.S. government and many Polish and American companies representing sectors such as the environmental sector, chemical industry, biomedicine, IT sector, the financial sector and others. The goal of the conference was to strengthen the image of Poland as a country of innovation and to present Polish entrepreneurs as a valuable and reliable partner for American companies.

The conference included a series of debates, lectures, study tours and informal business discussions. Polish companies had the opportunity to understand the success of the Silicon Valley business climate and to meet with industry mentors. In return, American companies had a chance to familiarize themselves with innovative ideas of Polish entrepreneurs and to learn about the exceptional investment climate in Poland.

By organizing the US-Poland Innovation Week conference the Polish government undoubtedly shined a positive light on the Polish economy and innovations of Polish entrepreneurs. Polish companies, in fact, are often not properly presented in the foreign markets, which is a significant barrier to trade.

Working with Polish companies on a daily basis Green Gate Consulting well knows that proper marketing of Polish technologies on the U.S. market is the main success ingredient of Polish companies in the United States. We provide marketing support for Polish companies in the United States and we invite them to cooperate with us.