Between 23rd and 25th of March, the Global Technology Symposium (GTS) took place in Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, California. A one of seminars was “Poland Day” organized by the US-Polish Trade Council. The event focused on business investments and the relationship between Silicon Valley and Poland. Euro-Centrum was one of the participants of the seminar.
Euro-Centrum attended the GTS together with the Polish Delegation, including government regional authorities, academia and business representatives. The event was also participated by Mariusz Tomaka, CEO of the Polish branch of DisplayLink based in Katowice.
A leading topic of the three-day symposium was “Silicon valleys of the world”. The Polish seminar was devoted to energy and new technologies, financial aspects of business, and engagement of academia in the process of technology transfer, exchanges and innovativeness. Representatives of the Science and Technology Park of Euro-Centrum and the Kraków Technology Park were speakers during the “Silicon Valley of Southern Belt in Poland (Kraków – Katowice – Wrocław)” panel. The Parks presented an investment potential of southern Poland. Euro-Centrum introduced its activities in the area of supporting new technologies companies’ development.
The Global Technology Symposium is the leading investment conference on venture capital, technology, and entrepreneurship in emerging markets. Since 2004, the Symposium has brought more than 300 selected opinion leaders in business, finance, technology, and policymaking to Silicon Valley, where they share insights into the opportunities and challenges of globalization. The Symposium is honored to count many of Silicon Valley’s most legendary names among its alumni.