The Internet is just beginning: 30 years of the world wide web in Poland
Our key points includes:
- remembering the important moments in the development of the web in Poland
- looking back at some of the companies, products and solutions that played and important part in the development of the Polish Internet
- describing the new, digital world order and Poland’s place on that map
- pointing out possible directions for development of the Polish web over the next 30 years…and what the next century has in store
Examples of subjects:
- Symbols of the digital transformation: Google Polska, Allegro, Gadu-Gadu, Gog.com… as well as the game Doom and Top-Secret magazine
- Digitalisation of Polish habits: the first online bank accounts, ePuap profiles, automatic filing of tax returns
- The precedents just keep on coming or the Impact of GDPR on the Internet
- Digital world order or how will the USA-China rivalry change the Internet
- A touch of philosophy or what would Martin Heidegger write today about ‘Being and the Internet’.
Author: Grzegorz Lewicki, 300Research
Partners: Impact, Allegro, PayU, Google, Wirtualna Polska
Eco-friendly reporting & the market
- The situation in Poland and around the world – why is ESG standard in most places around the world, but not that popular in Poland?
- From shareholders value to ESG – an evolution in the way companies are managed from the 1980’s till today
- The current state of ESG – recommendations of GRI, UN PRI and other methodologies for assessing ESG in companies.
- What are the most important problems? i.e. lack of transparency, green washing, etc.
- A description of the package that the Sustainable Finance Commision is offering as a response to these problems.
- How ESG relates to the Green Deal and EU Recovery Plan
Authors: Michał Dorociak, 300Research
Partners: PGE Energia Odnawialna, KGHM, Impact
Are we in for a flood of garbage?
Aleksander Szpor, PIE;
Magdalena Maj, PIE
How to do FinTech in Poland. A Guide on the leading FinTech hub in CEE for global FinTech players
key next-generation center for the financial industry in this part of the world – as well as gateway to the EU for financial entities from outside that community.
Structure of the Guide:
- Ecosystem – a discussion about the Polish economy and its potential, key characteristics of the financial industry, segments of the market/technologies/skills which are particularly lucrative,
- Regulations – an overview of regulations, competencies of particular regulatory and supervisory organs and requirements for FinTech industry players wanting to do business,
- Poland’s FinTech industry – a detailed map of Poland’s FinTech Industry including specific market segments and success stories.