That is a profoundly stupid and Polonophobic statement.
Say stupid things like you.
Really? See many Poles, do you? In Europe we actually see the real thing. And though there are some virtues in what we see, sexy and cool are not among them.
Indeed, anyone living here for...I dunno, two seconds can see that "sexy and cool" is most definitely not Polish. Such attempts in Poland tend to be utterly laughable - in fact, for me, the nicest thing about this country is that it's not trying to be that.
Poland is very much like the UK and Germany.
So you will admit that Poles have some virtues but not those two. I suppose you think Poles should count themselves lucky that a person from the enlightened West deigns to grant them even that, but let me tell you that you are making an utter fool of yourself generalizing about a nation of millions of people like that. You are a bigot and you should be ashamed of yourself.
I think it's quite obvious that you know nothing about Poland from such statements.
You need to build an image of high quality and low price, which is largely true for Polish industrial products.
That's pretty much the image of Poles too - decent quality, low price.
Have you actually been to Poland in order to see what part of their image be exportable? No, thought not. Or know first-hand how the million recent migrants are perceived in the UK? Another no? That's right.
As the poster says above, Poland's exports (people, cars, etc) are high quality and low cost. It's not a bad thing to have for Poland for now - and when they become more expensive, they should be able to build a German-style reputation for being no nonsense, seriously good products.
A great example - I'm negotiating for someone to supply some locally-produced fruit juice. It's not "sexy", the bottles aren't "cool" - but the juice is great and it's cheap. It's Polish.