We invite you to join our informative webinar for Israeli companies.

Together with KIR, PKO Bank Polski, and IBM, the Israeli Trade and Economy Mission in Poland and the Israeli Export Institute invite you to an informative webinar about Sandbox Blockchain. The event is dedicated to Fintech Israeli companies and exporters who might be interested in entering the Polish market. Experts from the market will bring you an introduction to the Sandbox Blockchain initiative, an overview of the Polish Blockchain subsector, as well as opportunities on the Polish market.

You are more than welcome to join us on October 28th (Thursday) at 11:00 IL time

Please register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_e9BZLzJaRgGtFqMNssZCKA


Introduction to Sandbox / KIR
Sandbox participation path. Project idea, purpose, application process.
Michał Pierzgalski, Expert, Development and Public Sector Department

Business in Sandbox / PKO Bank Polski
Sandbox vs. commercial implementation. What business ideas stand a chance?
Łukasz Wiśniewski, Expert, Innovation Office. Blockchain team

Technology in Sandbox / IBM
Introduction to Sandbox Blockchain: environment characteristics, use cases, Hyperledger Fabric / technical description, first steps in the system
Patryk Walaszczyk, Expert, Blockchain Consultant, IBM

About Polish Partners:

KIR – National Clearing House https://www.kir.pl/en/ is a key entity of the Polish payment system infrastructure, which renders complex clearing services and provides top quality solutions meeting the needs and expectations of the banking and payment sectors. It actively works towards using innovative technologies extending the offer of the banks. It actively participates in the works related to increasing the digitalization level of the country. It has been supporting the development of cashless and electronic processes in the economy for over 25 years.

Bank PKO BP – https://www.pkobp.pl/pkobppl-en/ With 1,145 branches located in Poland and abroad and a market capitalization of PLN 52 billion (EUR 12.6 billion equivalent) as of 2018, and 9.5 million customers, PKO BP Group is among the largest financial institutions in Poland and is also one of the largest financial groups in Central and Eastern Europe.