On the heels of the Tallinn Digital Summit, and a faster than ever pace in the regulation of Europe’s Digital Single Market, Poland’s Krzysztof Szubert has led the charge not just internally for reform in his own country - but at the EU level by rallying Institutions and member states in a common direction.
As of March, Szubert has moved from position strategic advisor to the Minister, to become Deputy Minister, and Secretary of State at the Ministry of Digital Affairs, responsible for internat...


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