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Bayer has announced plans to launch its Digital Hub in Poland. The unit is to be launched in July this year and will be responsible for designing digital solutions for the pharmaceutical and agricultural industries. Another pharmaceutical company, Moderna, is also planning to invest in our country.
Bayer opens Digital Hub in Poland
At the end of April 2021. Bayer has officially announced plans to open its own Digital Hub in Poland. The new centre will be located in Warsaw and is scheduled to launch in July this year. The unit is to focus on developing digital solutions for the pharmaceutical and agriculture industries.
Bayer‘s investment is to guarantee employment in the Warsaw centre for up to 400 IT specialists. Especially wanted are programmers with experience in machine learning, artificial intelligence and operational research. Additionally, a special team of cyber security experts will work at the Digital Hub. Bayer plans to complete the recruitment of employees for most positions in the new hub by the end of 2022.
We are very pleased that Bayer has chosen Poland as the location for its new Digital Hub. It is a country with an extremely dynamic economy and Poles are characterized by an impressive talent for innovation and new technologies, especially in areas such as artificial intelligence and machine learning – says Markus Baltzer, Bayer’s president for Central and Eastern Europe.
Moderna with global service centre in Warsaw
As reported by Puls Biznesu, another pharmaceutical company, Moderna, also has plans to expand in Poland. Moderna, known for developing a vaccine for COVID-19, will also open its Global Service Centre in Warsaw, according to the portal.
The centre will deal with finance, pharmacovigilance, HR, digitalisation and compliance verification, among others. According to unofficial reports, between 150 and 300 employees are expected to find employment there.