On 17 September, the Polish Embassy in London, the Polish Chamber of Commerce, Santander Bank, Grant Thornton and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency will hold the Invest in Poland conference at the Embassy. The event aims to promote Poland as an investor-friendly country and to attract companies operating in the United Kingdom to open a subsidiary, a branch or an office in Poland.
With a thriving economy, which has tripled in size since the fall of the communist regime 30 years ago and is expected to grow by 4.5% this year, high-value-added services, advanced manufacturing, booming consumer market and EU-funded infrastructure investment, Poland is a secure base for foreign investment and operations.
The Invest in Poland conference aimed at CEOs and senior decision-makers, will consist of expert presentations, case studies, testimonials and discussions. The event will feature a session titled ”Inward investment into Poland” supported by Santander UK and ”Time for Poland – stability, talent and growth” run by Grant Thornton. Michal Dembinski, Chief Adviser of the British Polish Chamber of Commerce, will present case studies from manufacturing and advanced services, which will be followed by a panel discussion.
The Invest in Poland event will provide information about what Poland can offer to foreign investors looking to set up operations in Poland, what incentives are available to them, the procedure of staff recruitment and retainment as well as Polish regions most suitable for investment. At the end of the event the participants will have an opportunity to talk to the speakers, investors and investment specialists during a reception.
Speaking about the event, Polish Ambassador Arkady Rzegocki said: ”The Polish government is fully committed to Europe, the Polish economy is thriving and Polish people are talented, well-educated and highly-motivated – all of these things make Poland a prime location for global investors interested in finding a hub for continued business activities across the EU.”
The registration for the conference is via the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPCC) by sending an email to email@example.com.
Source: Polish Embassy UK – Press OfficeBusiness