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Bitspiration 2012: "Open Q&A" by Paul Bragieland Mamoon Hamid

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Published on Jul 17, 2012

"Open Q&A" by P. Bragiel, D. Bragiel (i/o ventures) and Mamoon Hamid (Social+Capital Partnership)

We don't want bitspiration to be a regular conference. We tried to select those elements which make a meeting extraordinary. We think it's about the people you have a chance to meet at the event, the atmosphere formed by the organizers, the availability and openness of speakers which are the features that distinguish people associated with the new technologies.

Central Europe joins the new ecosystem. On the Old Continent we can already see a lot of things happening on the startup scene. Berlin, London, Paris has recently started to intensely compete for Europe's leading innovator title. Each of these cities would like to be called Europe's Silicon Valley. We would like Poland, especially Krakow, to join the group which focuses on new technologies. So far, our region was considered as a good place for outsourcing services. It is here that R&D Motorola, Google, IBM created local offices and companies such as Sabre and Ericsson localized large software departments. We believe that we can go a step further.

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