Why Every Week Should Be Export Week
Another hugely successful Export Week is over but our drive to increase exports is not. As far as we at UKTI are concerned every week has to be export week if we are to grow our economy.
Partner with Poland
Agnieszka Szweda from the British Embassy in Warsaw will be opening the evening with a market overview including details of the specific opportunities for British companies. There will also be the chance to hear about considerations for doing business in Poland, together with the investment opportunities the country can offer. Finally, there will be a case study from a regionally based company that have had success in Poland providing tips and advice on entering the market, followed by a panel question and answer session.
Prior to the evening, delegates will also have the opportunity for pre-arranged one-to-one meetings with the following specialists:
· Management & Tax Consultants - Tenon
· Legal issues - Roythornes
· Financial Support - Barclays
· Specialist Polish advice - British Polish Chamber of Commerce
Should you wish to book any of the one-to-one meetings please email emita stating who you would like to see and we will arrange this for you.
17h15 Registration and refreshments
18h00 Welcome and introduction
18h10 Why trade with Poland?
Agnieszka Szweda, Trade and Investment Adviser,
British Embassy Warsaw
18h35 Considerations for doing business in Poland
Mark Smith, Managing Director,
19h00 Investment opportunities in Poland
Nigel Adams, Managing Director
Nigel Adams and Company Ltd
19h25 Case Study of British success in the Polish market
Richard Cresswell, Managing Director, Learning for Business Ltd
19h45 Q&A and Discussion
20h00 Close and networking