MIT rewards the young Polish innovators
26.06.2015 | Group, Innovation
Every year, for over 12 years, the Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review distinguish the 35 innovators under 35 years the most talented in the world, whether inventors, entrepreneurs, visionaries of solidarity and pioneering project leaders. These awards have crowned Sergey Brin, Google, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, or Max Levchin Paypal.
On this model, in collaboration with L'Atelier BNP Paribas, the MIT Technonology Review has organized a prize for 3 years across Europe: Spain, Italy, Germany, and, for the first time in Belgium and Poland. Selected by a jury of experts, the winners will present their work at an event standing in each of these countries.
The BNP Paribas Group supports a price that distinguishes of young talent developing innovations that try to address the problems of our society.
On 23 June, Warsaw hosted the first presentation of Polish prices. 10 innovators were distinguished, working in sectors as diverse as medicine, data management, design, or the industry.
The event was held at the Bitspiration Festival before an audience of entrepreneurs and decision makers.