Adamed present at Poland 2.0 Summit in London
Anna Kosińska, head of ADAMED SmartUP program, made her contribution to the discussion panel titled “Awakening entrepreneurial spirit from the early stages of education”. She talked about the program and highlighted its benefits for participants. Most of all, she emphasized the development opportunities available to young Poles in their home country. Currently, the registration is underway for the 3rd edition of the program, which is open to all upper secondary school students aged 15-19. The second representative of Adamed Group, Mariusz Borkowski, presented the Polish innovative e-Health solution – the Medivio telemedicine platform that doctors can use to contact their patients from anywhere in the world. Mariusz delivered his presentation during the panel: “A healthy future – novelties in Medtech and Biotech.”
Poland 2.0 promotes innovation as a driver of change in key industrial sectors in Poland. Thanks to the cooperation of a number of industries and a complementary approach to the technologies being developed, this initiative promotes a new way of thinking about business, medicine, science or education. The Poland 2.0 Conference was held at London Imperial College – the best technological university in Europe – and became a platform for a Polish-British debate involving executives from various industries, innovators, entrepreneurs and students. The meeting was aimed to encourage everyone to create a safe environment for the development of Polish innovation and start-ups.
The Poland 2.0 Summit took place on 21 and 22 October. The event was held under the honorary patronage of the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Foundation for Polish Science and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London.