CEE Countries Are on Their Way to Create Their Own ‘Silicon Valleys’

Silicon Valley is the symbol of a location the world’s largest high-tech corporations and thousands of start-up companies and also a goal of visionary politicians and businesses across Central and Eastern Europe. That doesn’t mean that the CEE region is not capable of creating its own high-tech and startup clusters. On the contrary, the process is already taking place.

Emerging Europe spoke to Peter Stracar CEO, GE Central and Eastern Europe, Rafał Plutecki, Head of Campus Warsaw, Poland, and Dragoş Pîslaru, Minister of Labour, Family, Social Protection and Elderly People, Romania, about how a Central and Eastern European Silicon Valley is being developed.