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Creating the right culture for innovation in Poland

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Michael Dembinski talks to Beata Cichocka-Tylman, director at PwC Polska, who looks after innovation and R&D, including grants and incentives


Poland’s economy is at a crossroads – it can either continue to grow by making and doing things for other countries at a lower price, or it can make the leap to becoming an economy based on innovation.

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