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Industry 4.0, employee competencies, start-ups and green economy – these are the pillars on which the new Polish government wants to build innovation in the country.

For almost a month Poland has had a new/old government. New, as it is the result of the October parliamentary elections. Old, because the election was won by the ruling “Law and Justice” party and Mateusz Morawiecki has become Prime Minister once again.

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Author profile picture Katarzyna is a Polish business & tech journalist. In Polish media she explains the European Union, entrepreneurship and science - business cooperation. At Innovation Origins she tries to show interesting innovations from Central Europe. Katarzyna is fascinated with the Solution Journalism and how technologies can help solve contemporary problems. She also runs InnovateCEE ( - a blog about innovations made in Central Europe.