Adam Roguski, "Rzeczpospolita", 22 September 2017
INVESTMENTS | Grzegorz Hajdarowicz and his company will develop technologies of augmented and virtual reality. Investment may reach € 50 million. The dynamic development of AR and VR technologies (augmented reality and virtual reality) are new areas of interest for Grzegorz Hajdarowicz. This is the rationale behind Gremi Group’s purchase of the Alvernia Studio’s space.
The futuristic complex is associated with the biggest and most modern film studio in Poland, with credits such as Agnieszka Holland's “Burning Bush”, Jerzy Skolimowski's “Essential Killing”, Nicholas Jarecki's “Arbitrage”, Filip Bajon's “Maiden’s Vows” or “Disco Polo” by Maciej Bochniak. Grzegorz Hajdarowicz has, as a matter of fact produced several pictures himself, however, it was not this field that attracted the entrepreneur to Nieporaz located nearby Krakow.
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