Mark Ivanowski, an American businessman with Polish roots, is raising capital and looking for the most promising Polish startups to invest in, reports Puls Biznesu.
Mr Ivanowski, who is a partner in venture capital fund Sofinnova Corebridge Capital, wants to support young and dynamic IT companies, but the renewable energy and healthcare sectors are also on his radar.
“There are three criteria that we will follow when choosing businesses we want to support: a talented staff, an innovative idea that can be developed in both the Polish market and abroad, and the potential for high growth and high margins,” said Mr Ivanowski.
He plans to raise as much as $50-100 million for his investments in Poland.
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