Poland and Israel are bound together by numerous political, economic and social ties.
In 2016, our political relations were upgraded to the highest possible level of government-to-government dialogue. We also have significant ties in the fields of military, economy, culture and education. Most importantly, we put considerable effort to develop our people-to-people relations via youth exchange programs and a variety of projects for entrepreneurs.
The Polish Chamber of Commerce, Embassy of Israel in Poland and Startup Nation Central are organising the VIIth edition of Young&Innovative Forum held under the title of “Polish-Israeli Cooperation”. The event will take place on 8th of May at the Centre of Creativity Targowa in Warsaw.
How can Israel – a country with a population of a little more than 7 million located 9,000 km from the U.S. – breed dozens of technology companies that have succeeded in going international? An even more interesting issue is whether the lessons learned in Israel pertaining to the globalization of technology ventures can apply to other economies. And, if so, is their applicability limited to small economies only or are the lessons size-independent?
Young Entrepreneurs Forum is a place where young, brave entrepreneurs have the opportunity to express their views on the legal, financial, economic and social spheres in which they operate. The high level of the event is guaranteed by an honorary patronage of Ministry of Development and Warsaw’s City Hall. Forum is also one of the most popular startup events in Poland, which gathers approximately 300 young entrepreneurs on the spot and 13000 online viewers.