British royal couple visits Warsaw Spire

As part of an official visit to Poland, the British Royal Couple Prince William and Princess Kate, visited the Warsaw Spire.

The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge visited The Heart Warsaw, a center of cooperation between startups and corporations, where a meeting with young entrepreneurs was held and innovators in business creation were awarded.

Prince William and Duchess Kate in Warsaw Spire.

On July 17th the British Royal Couple made its first official visit to Poland. After welcoming President Andrzej Duda in the Presidential Palace and visiting the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising, Prince William and Princess Kate headed to Warsaw Spire. Here at The Heart Warsaw, the headquarters of the startup and corporate co-operation center, on behalf of Ghelamco, the Royal Couple was welcomed by Jarosław Zagórski, Commercial and Business Development Director of Ghelamco Poland. At The Heart Warsaw, the Royal Couple met with young entrepreneurs and academics, launching the initiative “Warsaw-London Bridge” to help small Polish companies gain access to global markets.

In the presence of the Royal Couple, a competition for the “Warsaw-London Bridge” event was organized, which aimed to distinguish entrepreneurs who implemented innovations in the field of new technologies. Prizes have been awarded to two projects: Whisbear, a medical startup and Migam, a sign language translator. Both winners received rewards from Prince William and Princess Kate.

The Heart Warsaw, whose partner is Ghelamco Poland, is a center of cooperation and exchange of technological ideas between European corporations and the Polish business community. As a part of the concept, multinational companies looking for innovative solutions get comprehensive support – from organizing the organization to work with startups, through dedicated scouting, to pilot implementations.

The royal couple handed out awards to startup winners at The Heart Warsaw.

Press release by GHELAMCO POLAND. 

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