New Europe 100 by Financial Times
Natalia Hatalska was ranked on the “New Europe 100” list published by Financial Times. The 2017 New Europe 100 is the fourth annual list of central and eastern Europe’s brightest and best citizens who are changing the region’s societies, politics or business environments and displaying fresh approaches to prevailing problems.
Besides the founder of infuture.institute, the Polish people honoured by Financial Times included Piotr Hołubowicz and Artur Racicki (founders of Seedia, a company manufacturing intelligent furniture in the area of SmartCities), Jan Pomierny and Łukasz Alwast (owners of Platige Image, a creative animation studio), Miroslaw Filiciak (Director of the Cultural Studies Institute, manager of the School of Ideas of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities), or Wiktor Warchalowski (co-founder of Airly – a company developing a sensor system for air quality).
The full list covers 100 representatives from such countries as: Bulgaria, Poland, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia. Polish people are the most numerous group on this list.