Meeting with the Google APM Program

The Polish Business Roundtable hosted the participants of the elite Google Associate Product Manager (APM) Program. Fifty of the most talented young people from Google visited us with Brian Rakowski, the company’s VP. For the first time, Warsaw was on the route of the program’s journey, together with Shanghai, Seoul, and Tel Aviv.

Google APM Program is a legendary program for young hitech professionals established by Google about 15 years ago. Every year, the program employs the most talented young professionals from around the world and provides a special career path where they manage products worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The program takes two years and includes a trip around the world (usually with 4 stops) to meet local business, technological, and cultural leaders.

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