We are happy to invite you for 4th edition of Polish Tech Night on 27th of September.
We will present in Berlin the highlights of the Polish Startup Tech-Ecosystem!
Polish Tech Night is a recurring event that promotes mutual benefits of international cooperation within the startup industry between Berlin and Poland in terms of investments, financing, know-how transfer, development of common product and services. The goal of the Polish Tech Night is to discuss differences and commonalities between the Polish and Berlin startup scenes. We open up new opportunities of cooperation and to build a bridge between those two neighbored startup scenes.
This year we will talk about traditional funding via VC and Private Equity versus ICO one. Join the event and meet our outstanding speakers!
Not only Blockchain, E-Health/MedTech, IoT, ML & AI – Polish Startups will present the top global technologies this year!
This year Polish Tech Night #4 Edition takes place this in the legendary Silicon Allee Campus (Berlin Mitte) - a location with a roof terrace for more guests and more excellent networking with a panorama!
Join us and spread the word in your business environment among VCs, business angels, corporates, banks and SME / family businesses!
Impressions from last editions:
6:00 PM Registration and first drinks
6:30 PM Welcome speech
6:40 PM Firechat
This year we will talk about traditional funding via VC and Private Equity versus ICO one with Christophe Hocquet, CEO at Brille24 and Łukasz Grass, Editor-in-Chief at Business Insider Poland.
7:20 PM Startups Pitches
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM Networking
To join the event register: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/polish-tech-night-fourth-edition-tickets-47420829979
The next Polish Berlin Tech meetup we dedicate to health and medtech. We invited founders of Berlin-based health and medtech startups:
Orest Tarasiuk, Co-founder at Cara
Paulina Baginska, Founder at Train&Benefit
Pawel Cebula COO & Co-Founder at Medigo GmbH
to talk about building and maintaining health/med tech business, challenges in scaling it and to ask them for their lessons learned. The event will be this time a panel discussion and we encourage the audience to ask as many questions as you’d like to.
The event will be hosted by :
Scaling Spaces GmbH
Time: July 3rd, at 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
6:30 meet and greet
7:00 welcome speech by Polish BerlinTech
7:05 sponsor presentation by Trojan
7:10 - 7:15 5-minute projects presentations
7:20 - 8:00 panel discussion (with questions from the audience)
8:00 - 9:30 networking
About Polish Berlin Tech:
Polish Berlin Tech a community of more than 1000 Polish tech and non-tech experts working in Berlin startups or running their own projects here. The group is active on Facebook, meetup.com but we also meet regularly to talk about various tech topics, like machine learning, product management, acceleration, crowdfunding, ICO etc., share our knowledge, network and integrate.
Our meetups are open for all nationalities of techies and are run in English. More information: http://polishberlintech.com/
We are more than happy to announce the next Polish Berlin Tech meetup, this time with a bit different form. We invited Kamila Sidor, social entrepreneur, public speaking trainer at Speaking Carrots, tech startup lover and women supporter to run for us a “Nano workshop on public speaking”.
There is no one receipt for a perfect speech or startup pitch, but there is a few simple questions you could ask yourself before jumping on stage to feel more confident. During the nano workshop we will work on how to make a draft of your speech, how to create simple stories and how to accept stage fright. Fun included!
About Kamila Sidor
Kamila is a public speaking trainer at Speaking Carrots. She is a founder of Carrots Foundation (Geek Girls Carrots) which attracts women to tech. The Foundation has done educational projects in 33 cities in Europe, Asia and North America. She is an angel investor in two tech startups. In 2017 she took part in the International Visitor Leadership Program organized by the U.S. Department of State. Sidor was the list of the most creative Poles by “Brief” in 2016 and on a list of „New Europe 100” (Google, Financial Times) of young innovators in 2014.
7:00 PM Networking
7:30 PM Ula Lachowicz : What’s new at Polish Berlin Tech
7:35 PM Kamila Sidor: Nano workshop on public speaking
8:20 PM Let’s talk
See you on May 29th at 7:00 PM at *co.up, 3rd floor*
Ula & Kamila
• What we'll do
This time Polish Berlin Tech invites amazing agile and scrum coaches from Poland and Berlin to learn the best agile practices and methodology behind well-managed products. We are happy to announce two experienced Agile coaches: Charles Carney, Agile Coach at SAP, and Michael Kacprzak, Founder and Agile Coach at Switch2Agile (but also a CEO at TiqDiet & Dietetyk.pl).
6:00 PM Registration
6:30 PM Olla Jongerius - Welcome from Kontist
6:40 PM Ula Lachowicz - What’s new at Polish Berlin Tech
6:50 PM Matti Kawecki - What’s new at Berlin Business Creativity & Rulebreaking
7:00 PM Charles Carney, SAP - Discovery & Experience: a focus on UX and Agile
7:45 PM Michael Kacprzak, Switch2Agile - How to build and run a product team to increase startup agility
8:30 PM Drinks and talks
Focus on Agile event is organized with a cooperation from Berlin Business Creativity & Rulebreaking.
See you March 5th at 6:00 PM at Kontist Torstraße 177, 10115 Berlin.
Ula, Matti, Charles & Michael
• What to bring
• Important to know
let’s start 2018 with a goal to learn more! At the first Polish Berlin Tech this year we are going to dig deeper into the topic of Digital Product Design. Two amazing product designers: Ola Orchowska from Wicked Ventures and Mariusz Cieśla from Lifetramp.com will present you the product design process from the beginning of the project to the mature state of the complex system.
Ola will to give you a step by step guide to the product design, how to set up your project and how to run the research and exploration. And Mariusz will showcase the concept of design systems and when the communication between design, developers and product is needed.
6:00 pm – Doors open, register yourself & grab a drink
6:30 – 6:35 pm – Welcome word by wework
6:35 - 6:45 pm - What’s new at Polish Berlin Tech | Ula Lachowicz
6:45 pm - 7:30 pm - Designing from scratch | Ola Orchowska
7:30 - 8:15 pm - Design systems | Mariusz Cieśla
8:15 - 9:00 pm - Networking & Drinks
Ola Orchowska is a user experience designer and design manager. She specialises in fintech, blockchain and edtech. She designed and managed products such as insurance commerce, internet banking and investment platform. Ola studied in Singularity University at the NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley. She is MIT Technology Review Innovator under 35 in Poland. Currently she’s a digital product designer and design manager in Wicked Ventures - a design and development studio for blockchain. Mariusz Cieśla - designer, developer, cofounder & Product Lead at Lifetramp.com He moves things around until they fit. Currently focusing on product design with emphasis on design systems and researching how findings of neuroscience and cognitive science can help us build better products.
See you on Thursday, January 11th, 6:00 pm at WeWork!
WeWork Sony Center
Buildung D, Entrance A, 8th floor
• What we'll do
I'd like to invite you to the 3rd edition of Polish Tech Night in Berlin.
Polish Tech Night is working together with Polish and German organizations in order to provide a varied portfolio of potential partners and market players from startups, investors, SME companies, industry associations to show mutual benefits of the German-Polish cooperation and share experience we already gained in this area.
The evening Polish Tech Night agenda includes a fire chat with Polish and German venture capital specialists run by Christian Grimm, 6 Polish startups pitches and, of course, a lot of networking.
Around a year ago we dedicated one of Polish Berlin Tech meetups to the startup markets of South Africa. This time two speakers will share their Asia-startup knowledge.
Jeremi Jak, who co-organized Techsauce Global Summit, the biggest tech conference in Asia will have a talk about the startup markets of Asia, and will share his insight from working in Asia.
You will learn:
• how the Asian investment markets work
• what are the biggest differences between Europe and Asia
• does Asia stand for only consumer markets or also a cheap production? If production, is it only manufacturing or also a product development
• 5 things you won’t learn unless you work in Asia
• are cultural differences are a real challenge?
Maren Lesche, Startup Expert at etventure Startup Hub, Co-Founder YourStory Germany, who just returned from a delegation exploring the startup communities in The Philippines, Indonesia and India, will share with us what's happening in those particular markets.
We are meeting this Thursday, November 2nd at 7 PM. The location will be announced.
PS More information on our Facebooku group (https://www.facebook.com/events/176793826209445/?acontext=%7B%22source%22%3A4%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22[%7B%5C%22surface%5C%22%3A%5C%22group%5C%22%2C%5C%22mechanism%5C%22%3A%5C%22surface%5C%22%2C%5C%22extra_data%5C%22%3A%7D]%22%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D&source=4&action_history=[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22group%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22surface%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%7D]&has_source=1&fref=gs&dti=1598989120334480&hc_location=group) and on http://polishberlintech.com
it’s high time for the next Polish Berlin Tech (http://polishberlintech.com) meetup!
Mirek Wozniak, Product Manager at Kisura.de (https://www.kisura.de) will talk about bridging the gap - on improving communication between IT team and the rest of the company.
Lack of communication is the biggest pain in organisations. This is an even more valid point in a company offering highly personalised service, like Kisura does. In this presentation Mirek Woźniak will talk about the steps he has taken and tools he has used to improve communication between the IT team and the rest of the teams at Kisura. I'll also talk about future plans for introducing IT and non-IT lean cooperation.
After the presentation as usual there will be time for a ClubMate and networking.
The event is taking place at Kisura GmbH office: Rudi-Dutschke Straße[masked] Berlin (https://www.google.de/maps/place/KISURAfirstname.lastname@example.org,13.3891913,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x47a851d150d068a3:0x373c696267013195!8m2!3d52.50698!4d13.39138), on Wednesday, September 27th at 6:30 PM.
The event will be hold in English.
See you soon!
For the second time we invite Polish startups and German investors to show potentials and mutual benefits of the German-Polish cooperation and share experience we already gained in this area. The goal of the first Polish Tech Night in 2016 was to discuss differences and commonalities between the Polish and Berlin startup scenes and to build a bridge between the two.
The Polish Tech Night agenda includes a presentation, a panel discussion between experienced VCs and corporate VC representatives, startups and community members as well, Polish startups pitches and, of course, it concludes with a networking session.
For startups we prepared additional workshops and tour around startup Berlin.
Polish Tech Night will be held 21 June at 6:00 pm at Telefonica Basecamp (6/77 Rheinsberger Straße).
Applications for startups : http://bit.ly/2qyUC8r (https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fbit.ly%2F2qyUC8r&h=ATPDsO_pcB0oNcsFwzUJBn-uQV_wpiYTkosViPzmuWmbWIQXPsIo8gguAk0gKM0hRMoV4RrLjrVWai1vy7YFc2XIdQD9MpcsoYZx77bTZfhbEr6Rsl2KBajZymWKztd6Hch8xxbKhEr7dY7GrYNh4pOu&enc=AZOYc12Xp5crVQeKuxYKKhjGsdEJZ2agXwd0WKyj6R-s9_2-Aws-y3pcVg77MtRsvkui2K3t1-H_K7OxAxts6yTOrl5FGl0wREZqU19cWi7Bv01UmKqBh9OFnoMIC5iGhvb96s8Z6G-BDQlvAzvnQ76Zp8cHEa60TY_BVUuYEkhpQpg9k8m7BysrDAmOwFcarXo&s=1)
Registration for attendees: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/polish-tech-night-tickets-34314446433
More about the event: http://polishtechnight.com/
See you soon in Berlin,
zapraszam was na kolejną edycję Polish Berlin Tech (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1598989120334480/), gdzie dr Karol Przystalski, CTO oraz założyciel firmy Codete, przybliży nam temat machine learning.
Będzie bardziej technicznie, ale w sposób przystępny także dla niezaawansowanych. Karol wyjaśni czym dokładnie jest machine learning, część prezentacji poświęci tematom taksonomii metod uczenia maszynowego, codziennego użytkowania, trendów oraz pokaże powiązanie uczenia maszynowego z big data. Opowie także jakie umiejętności powinna posiadać osoby zajmująca się machine learninigiem i przedstawi wiele wskazówek dla początkujących.
Po prezentacji Karola jak zwykle będzie czas na networking przy piwie.
Zapraszmy was we wtorek 10 maja o godzinie 19:00 do biura Codete przy Bouchéstraße 12, 12435 Berlin.
PS więcej aktualności na grupie Polish Berlin Tech (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1598989120334480/)
PS2 poniżej instrukcja jak dotrzeć do biura Codete: