Welcome to the 2nd edition of E(x)plory Congress! 2 Dec 2015, Warsaw

Welcome to the 2nd edition of E(x)plory Congress! 2 Dec 2015, Warsaw

We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd edition of E(x)plory Congress, which will take place in Center of New Technologies in Warsaw, on 2. December 2015. At the event you will meet young innovators, start-ups and representatives of the science and business world.

The main theme of the Congress focuses on the optimal conditions for innovation development, necessary legislation changes and new support instruments for innovators. One of the speakers is our Partner Ewa Chronowska, who will take part in the discussion on the idea: “Should I stay or should I go? Dilemmas of Polish innovators”.

Participation in the Conference is free of charge. The detailed programme of the event and the registration form is available at http://kongres.explory.pl/.

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