We introduce you to USPTC Blog: “View from the Board”
Our Board members and USPTC guests will share their knowledge and voice their perspective on the current issues in technology, science, finance, law, business and politics that are close to USPTC’s core values spanning the transatlantic connection between Poland and the United States. We invite you to read and follow USPTC Blog.
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O Polsko-Amerykańskim Sympozjum Naukowo-Technologicznym na Stanfordzie w INNPoland
Co się działo podczas Polsko-Amerykańskiego Sympozjum Naukowo-Technologicznego na Stanfordzie w dniu 28 czerwca pisze Marta Zucker na łamach INNPoland. Czytaj tutaj.
Reflection on 2016 Poland Day in Silicon Valley by Jeff Wallace
2016 Poland Day in Silicon Valley – Life Science Symposium By Jeff Wallace This week, I had the honor, as the President of Global Kinetics, to participate at the 2016… Read More
Transferring the Silicon Valley Venture Capital Experience to Central-East Europe
By Caroline Safian Krawiec Brownston, Director of US-Polish Trade Council As one of the four co-founders of the US-Polish Trade Council (USPTC), I can recollect the dynamic changes within my… Read More
Polonia – a vast, still untapped resource for growth of Polish economy
By Marek Konopnicki, Ph.D., Board Advisor of US-Polish Trade Council I am a member of a sizable group of Polish professionals who left or were asked to leave Poland during… Read More
Conclusion of 2015 Poland Day in Silicon Valley
Poland Day in Silicon Valley 2015 by Jeff Wallace This week, I had the honor, as President of Global Kinetics (www.globalkinetics.com), to participate with and speak at the 2015 Poland… Read More
By Clay A. Bullwinkel, Director of US-Polish Trade Council The U.S. Polish Trade Council (USPTC) offers a variety of services to assist Poland-based technology ventures in their investigation and development… Read More
A Constant Change
By Jerzy Orkiszewski, President of US-Polish Trade Council When I first arrived in the Bay Area in the eighties, most of my friends worked for semiconductor manufacturers now long since… Read More