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Teachers and parents will soon be able to spark their children’s curiosity for science, robotics, and creative thinking. An educational online adventure called “Destination: Mars” will help students develop unique skills, such as 3D printing, programming, and engineering, as well as convince young explorers that learning experience can be a lot of fun, and go beyond traditional degree.

Printing of nanomaterials is not new. The methods available on the market, which are continually being developed, include INKJET (printing using nano-ink), ESJET (electrostatic inkjet printing) and EHD (electrohydrodynamic printing). However, recently this sector has seen a major breakthrough. XTPL has patented and is commercialising a guided assembly of nanoparticles for creating (or, to put it simply, printing) conductive lines with a width of as little as 100 nm.

On November 9, 2017, LPP has officially launched a new Distribution Centre in Stryków, which will accelerate substantially the process of handling online orders. The facility will be operated by Arvato. Simultaneously, LPP has inaugurated the operation of a similar centre near Moscow. Both investments are part of the strategy encompassing the further dynamic development of LPP’s e-commerce sector in the years to come. The company plans to launch other facilities of this type as it envisages to increase its online sales by 100% both in 2017 and 2018, when online stores are to be available altogether on 16 markets.

Within the programme launched by the European Space Agency titled “Polish Industry Incentive Scheme”, which is intended to increase the competences of the national space industry companies, SENER in Poland has a contract for the development of the equipment known as clamp band technology, i.e. mechanisms fastening satellites to the devices used for their transport and assembly. The project is also a great success as a result of the internship programme launched by the Industrial Development Agency, as the senior engineer is one of the winners of the first edition of the programme. 

To 2018, LPP intends to employ more than one thousand employees and spend nearly PLN 200 million in the area of R&D (research and development). This is a way of increasing the global competitiveness of the company that is present on 20 markets. In 2016, the value of LPP exports, driven primarily by the flagship brand Reserved, amounted to PLN 3 billion. The Gdańsk-based company also plans other investments – to the end of 2020 it will spend PLN 1.5 billion for the development of showroom networks in Poland and abroad.

On September 6, 2017, LPP has officially opened its first Reserved store in London. The store of about 3 thousand sq. m. is located at 252 Oxford Street, right in the heart of the West End. The debut of the LPP flag brand on one of the most prestigious shopping streets in the world marks another stage of making global aspirations come true, and an important step in the international expansion of the Polish company. Along with the opening of the brand outlet in London, the company also launched Reserved Online sales in the UK market.

Electronic devices have become an integral part of our lives, and society has a growing interest in space-related projects. We want to explore other celestial bodies while we still do not know our own planet. What if we could change it – just go out and start exploring the world around us … with our own robots?

Over the past five years, the list of major receivers of cosmetics from Poland has changed, significantly. If domestic companies properly interpret and exploit the business potential existing in distant parts of the world, then further shifts in the list of major importers of Polish cosmetics will be made – explains of Polityka Insight and BZWBK in their report about the cosmetic industry in Poland.

Wise Device Inc., the Canadian manufacturer of solutions used by Intel, Apple, Samsung and LG is starting collaboration with XTPL. The company is interested in using the XTPL technology in the process of removing display matrix defects that occur at the production stage.