Patrick T. Elliott

PAA State of the Community – a special event in the USA attended by Axence

We are tightening our cooperation with the Polish American Association. We will be attending one of its most interesting events on March 30.

Polish American Association (PAA) – is inviting all members of the community and everyone interested in information on how to run a business in the United States to come to 353 North Clark in Chicago on March 30. The State of the Community will include two expert panels dedicated to education and new technologies. The second will be attended by Axence Chief Business Development Officer Paul Mydlo, who will discuss our company’s expansion into the US market and share his knowledge in scope of brand building and fundraising abroad.

Paweł’s speech at the State of the Community will be the next chapter in cooperation with the Polish American Association, which was established during the inaugural visit of Axence’s representatives in the United States in 2015. Our company is the first official Polish PAA member. Furthermore, the Association has implemented the Axence nVision into its entire computer network.

Admission to the event is paid, $25 for PAA members and $90 for others. You can register online. The registration form is available at the Polish American Association’s website.

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