To boost the polish economy all over the world in 2018

The President of Grinfinity was among 200 leading representatives of business, government administration, local government, agencies and institutions attending the meeting devoted to the Economic Diplomacy on foreign markets. The event was organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the beginning of this week.
Building and promoting the strength of Poland brand requires active involvement of the MFA’s economic diplomacy and all polish market participants. Supporting Polish start-ups and high-tech solutions in the sector of green technologies will be the core of the MFA’s actions and efforts in the upcoming year.


All-Poland Civic Energy Congress

Grinfinity took part in the All-Poland Civic Energy Congress with the participation of Mr Michał Kurtyka, Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Energy.

Civic Energy is a very popular pro-social idea comprising more and more citizens, community and organizations around the world. This idea encourages to become an active and aware Prosumer. The one who can revolutionize the way of generating and using energy. For that energy transition is needed: appropriate regulatory frameworks, property rights and standard modes of business organization. During the Congress, there were lots of discussions on how Poland can implement and benefit from the
civic energy best practices from EU. Mr Kurtyka emphasized the role of Poland in promoting the idea of energy clusters created together with the European Commission. Such clusters can contribute to increasing the energy potential of the individual. The Congress also concerned the subjects of start-ups, ways of financing ventures and the Polish power energy market.

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India-Europe 29 Business Forum

Together with other big Polish companies Grinfy was invited as the only startup by the MSZ (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and Indian representatives to join the official Polish delegation and take part in the 3rd India-Europe 29 Business Forum in New Delhi on December 8 & 9.

The second edition of the Forum attracted over 200 official and business delegates from 18 European countries. The idea of the Forum is to build partnership and collaborations between Indian and European economies. The attendees include senior ministers, ambassadors and business leaders.

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