With a vast pool of talented developers and data analysts, Poland has seen promising startups popping up across the country in a range of sectors including AI, AR/VR, big data, cloud computing and biotechnology, space tech, facial recognition and digital authentication, to name a few. In a bid to seek cooperation with Taiwanese enterprises and promote its new tech industry, the Polish National Pavilion is bringing innovative start-ups to this year’s InnoVEX, which kicked off on Wednesday, May 29 as part of COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019.
These up-and-coming startups include SoftwareHut, Spectral Applications, Nomi Biotech, which respectively specializes in IT software development, AR/VR solutions, and Biotech. Also joining the Polish pavilion at InnoVEX is MIT Enterprise Forum CEE, one of the biggest accelerators in CEE region .
Spectral Applications is an outstanding AR software platform for industrial use comprised of individual modules that improve the productivity, accuracy, quality, and safety of any skilled industrial workforce. SoftwareHut offers tailor-made solutions for start-ups, agencies and enterprises. Nomi Biotech, a young and dynamic biotech company focused on the development of nutraceuticals, has been made famous for its development of Alcorythm® — an innovative liquid-based food supplement helping protect consumers from long term negative effects of consuming alcohol such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and oxidative stress.
MIT Enterprise Forum CEE is part of the global network of MIT Enterprise Forum that has built a communication platform between young technological companies and large enterprises, so that market giants have easier access to the most innovative technologies, and startups get a chance to refine their solutions, win reference clients and establish cooperation with them on a commercial basis.
Over the years, the Polish government has spared no effort in promoting new technology industries to help them stay competitive.
The Polish National Pavilion is organized by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency Taipei Office (PAIH), which was officially established in Taipei in September last year.
As Taiwan is playing a key role in the IT/ICT industry, characterized by a mature industrial chain, outstanding manufacturing skills, as well as a highly entrepreneurial population, PAIH expects that through InnoVEX, more opportunities for cooperation between Polish and Taiwanese startups and other international companies can be secured.
Michalina Jendrzejczyk, Bureau Chief of PAIH Taipei Office, said that although the Taipei office was established less than a year ago, InnoVEX was marked as one of the most important projects it hoped to get involved in this year. With the apparent influence of InnoVEX in Asia, PAIH hopes to strengthen Poland’s image through the event.