Doing Business in Poland
Poland is one of the fastest growing economies among the countries based in Central Europe and is the UK's 14th largest trading partner. Classed as a developed nation, Poland is also the sixth largest economy in Europe and is highly diverse, with top exports of goods including machinery, electronic equipment, vehicles, furniture, and plastics. Poland presents a great opportunity for investment, and is ranked 40th in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business Index out of 190 nations.
This webinar will aim to help participants in gaining:
- Valuable trade insights into the Polish market opportunities
- Information on setting up a company in Poland
- Practical advice on how to successfully engage, communicate and build relationships with Polish business partners.
The event will be held online, with our expert speakers gathered in Warsaw and Doncaster to present their outlook on the market, provide practical advice and case studies and provide answers to any questions you may have.
Introduction and welcome
Highlighting opportunities the Polish market has to offer for UK firms, investment support, chances, case studies.
Jacek Kopyra, President of the Board, Industrial Cluster of former areas of the Central Industrial District of Prime Minister Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski
Connect, communicate, and build successful relationships with business partners in Poland. Iwona Lebiedowicz - Director of PAB Languages