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Bucharest Technology week, May 24-29 CommMin Bostan: I trust Romania to become Europe’s tiger by 2018

Digitisation offers Romania a big chance to catch up with more technologically advanced countries, and I am convinced that by 2018 Romania will become Europe’s tiger, as stated before, Romania’s Minister for Communications and the Information Society Marius Bostan told an opening conference on Tuesday of the Bucharest Technology Week.
‘We have to get as close to the citizens as possible. As a country, we can do much and we are doing much. I would like us to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Great Union in 2018 by a technology week in Alba Iulia. We have to show an inspirational model the other cities will follow. We have technology, but it is not harnessed to generate added value. Neither corporations, nor citizens use technology to its real value to gain time, bring more money and create jobs. Digitisation offers Romania a big opportunity to catch up with more technologically advanced countries. People here can make the difference. I trust Romania to become Europe’s tiger by 2018. I am glad to see innovative Romanian companies here which number is rising. Cooperation between big and small companies is excellent,’ said Bostan.
Bucharest Technology week is unfolding May 24-29, and over 10,000 visitors are expected. Part of the event are 40 presentation sessions delivered by 23 organisations.
The week will end with the largest technology exhibition for the public at large in the George Enescu Square before the Romanian Athenaeum.
Friday through Sunday, 50 Romanian companies will present over 250 technology solutions and products, including electric and hybrid cars, robots, drones, gadgets, 3D printing solutions, virtual reality devices and smart home surveillance equipment.

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