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4 October 2017

PolishHub promotes Polish bio-tech sector in the Silicon Valley

PAIH office in San Francisco called the PolishHub, together with the Polish Development Found, promoted Polish bio-tech companies during the MedTech Conference in San Jose.
PAIH office in San Francisco called the PolishHub, together with the Polish Development Found, promoted Polish bio-tech companies during the MedTech Conference in San Jose.

MedTech Conference is an event that brings together in to San Jose a leading US, bio-tech industry. The event is organized by The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), which gathers nearly three hundred of highly innovative manufacturers of medical devices and diagnostic accessories as well as information systems providers that work for the bio-tech industry. "A significant group of the AdvaMed's partners operated outside the United States - in Europe, India, China, Brazil and Japan. “Therefore it is a chance for Polish companies for both, mentoring and development of business relationships worldwide ", says Head of PAIH's US office  called the PolishHub, Maja Kieturakis.

Presentation of the product of Polish start-up Consonance

Thanks to PAIH, Polish companies had an opportunity to present their solutions at the  MedTech Conference. Those were Polish digital-heath software manufacturers Consonance and TTMS. The role of the spokesmen and the promotor of the Polish innovators was held by professor Piotr Czauderna, who is a Member of the National Development Council.

Professor Piotr Czauderna talks about the potential of Polish medical companies

Czauderna's high position on the international medical forum helped to present the potential of Polish medical innovators to a group of representatives of US and UK government institutions who shown up on the MedTech Conference.
"We expect that the business and institutional relationships that will emerge during the event will soon bring measurable benefits to Polish companies in the high-tech medical services sector," says Kieturakis.

The Polish hospital/medical logistics provider, UnitDoseOne is the latest proof of effectiveness of staying close to the Silicon Valley medical enviroment.

Participants of the Polish delegation to MedTech Conference, among them Maja Kieturakis from the PAIH San Francisco office/PolishHub

Supported by the PAIH overseas office in San Francisco, UnitDoseOne won the first place in the Pitchfire Robotics Business Review competition.

The UnitDoseOne example shows how profitable it could be to perform at Silicon Valley industry events. Recently a start-up was presented at the PolishHub DemoDays, in. TechCrunch event. UniDoseOne has also attracted a lot of attention among the California tech community members. Jakub Musiałka and Staszek Radomiński, the owners of the company, were invited to the event organized by Robotics Business Review. The company took part in the competition for the best robotic project, which… was closed with success by gaining by the company the title of RoboBusiness PitchFire 2017 Winner. (PAIH)

Jakub Musiałek and Staszek Radomiński, founders of UnitDoseOne, who won the RoboBusiness PitchFire 2017 competition in September

Polish biotech companies are warmly invited to collaborate with PAIH in San Francisco to enter successfully American market or to use free of charge co-working space in the business incubator - Rocket Space.

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