During the final gala of this year's edition of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition, a special prize "for creating a technology company in which the artist skilfully combined academic activity with entrepreneurship" was awarded. Its recipient was Jarosław Królewski, CEO of Synerise.
The gala took place on November 22, 2018 in Służewiec in Warsaw. It was attended by the elite of Polish business and science communities as well as representatives of the government of the Republic of Poland, including the Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz. Prizes were awarded in several categories. Three special prizes were also given, including to Jarosław Królewski of Synerise.
One of the things that Polish entrepreneurs can be proud of is the fact that today Synerise is among the largest corporations that face global issues with a Polish hard IP. This means hard technology, tough individual ownership and no limits from what we can gain in the future. Thank you for your appreciation and reward, thank you to the whole team and my partners.
Jarosław Królewski, receiving the prize
An excerpt from the event, showing the award and the speech of Jarosław Królewski, is available at tvn24bis.pl, the media partner of the event.
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