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How Have Women In Poland Have Become Pioneers In Entrepreneurship

A large number of businesses in Poland are now being owned by women. The percentages are as high as 20% of all small and medium-enterprises and about 19% for sole proprietorship. For a country that was torn apart in WWII, the women have definitely carved a niche for themselves. Many people are astounded by the…
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Our XTRF Diary

Earlier this month we made the big move to the world-renowned XTRF, Poland’s own Translation Management System. At the end of March, our system was ready to go, but we thought we’d share our journey with you so you can see how we got on. Friday, 23rd March We got the good news that our…
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Aploq’s guide to GDPR and what it means for our customers

Aploq’s guide to GDPR and what it means for our customers   What is GDPR, and what does it mean? The General Data Protection Regulations or GDPR for short is the EU’s long awaited update of the 1995 directive of the same name. It was announced in April 2016 but won’t come into force until…
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Secret Polish Holiday Destinations

Secret Polish Holiday Destinations   Poland is such a visually impressive country, but its so often overlooked as let’s be honest – eastern Europe isn’t everyone’s no1. holiday destination. We’ve previously written about Wroclaw and the Best polish phrases to use on holiday. To expand on this, this week we’ll be looking at the 7…
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World poetry Day – Wislawa Szymborska

World Poetry Day   Wednesday was world poetry day, so to celebrate, Aploq would like to introduce you to our most noteworthy poet, Wislawa Szymborska. Ms. Szymorska was the fifth Pole to win the Nobel prize for literature in the last century. In her early life, she was heavily influenced by the Stalinist propaganda that…
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5 women. 5 countries. The same story.

Equal rights and women in business is a pretty hot topic right now. It’s also something we feel really passionate about. With the EU pay gap between men and women at an average of 16.2% per hour, it’s obvious why there’s a need for international women’s day. But will there still be a need for…
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Aploq’s guide to advertising in Poland

As Poland is still pretty new to free trade, the country had to create consumer legislation in 86’  to compensate for the lack up until then. So, what does that mean for companies looking to conquer the Polish market? This week we thought we’d go through all you need to know about advertising in Poland…
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Importing into Poland

Importing into Poland – What do you need to know? Poland is set to grow its economy and become the seventh largest economy in Europe. Soon its GDP will match the level of Spain, Portugal, and Italy, which is definitely not bad for a country that was still under communist rule only thirty years ago. Poland…
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Dating a Pole – Valentines Day Special

Being Valentines day, we thought it was time to leave translations behind and focus on the language of love 🙂 With the amount of Polish people living abroad, it’s no surprise that there has been a steep rise in the number of ladies lucky enough to get their hands on a Polishman. So, if you’re…
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A guide to Polish SEO

Like in any country, the key to success is getting your brand/products found. With 44,000 searches being made every second, the best way to do this is by being at the top of Google. Although it sounds pretty simple, if you want to be the best, you’re going to need to invest in Polish SEO.…
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