“Get ready. KSeF ready.” webinar – PPCC x Order2Cash – June 24, 2022
10:00 - 11:00
“Non-compete clause” SK&S Legal webinar
11:00 - 12:00
Misja Biznesowa do São Paulo, 26 listopada – 1 grudnia 2022
PPCC and CCIP about Portuguese companies present in Poland
Since February 24th, the situation in Ukraine has shifted the global economy. Portugal and Poland, whose commercial relations are promoted by the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (PPCC) and the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), manage the interest of 200 member companies and share the experience that has been of the two countries’ economic relations.
In an interview with Executive Digest, Pedro Magalhães – Head of International Trade of CCIP – and Wojciech Baczyński – General Director of PPCC – have stated that, in general, all the Portuguese companies associated with the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce have kept their regular work while expressing the will to act and aid the Ukrainian population that arrives in Poland, from both corporate and individual agents. Amid the economic and commercial significative impact that some companies have felt, both Chambers have been doing customized support work for companies, clarifying the doubts, displaying information, and, most importantly, stimulating a direct contact and relation between Portuguese exporter companies and the central Polish importers, distributors, and clients.
“The opportunities keep coming, the market is still functioning and there is still the search for products and services made in Portugal”, both stated. The Directors recognize the advantage of being on top of the occurrences and thus being more prepared with the necessary means so that member companies can avoid less risk and, simultaneously, begin and swiftly grow their businesses in the Polish market.
DFJ Vinhos, RFF & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados, and Syone, member companies of the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce share their personal experience in the Polish market during this particular time.
Misja Biznesowa do Portugalii, 24-28 października 2022
Kochański & Partners – Markiyan Malskyy – New Partner and Head of Ukrainian Desk
Our Member company Kochański & Partners expresses their solidarity with a struggling Ukraine, fighting to defend freedom, independence, democracy and shared European values. In the face of attacks on our Neighbours and Brothers, they are joining in to help Ukraine and Ukrainians fleeing to Poland. They share their expertise and experience, provide financial support and offer volunteers to assist.
As sympathetic Poles to our Ukrainian sisters and brothers, but also as competent advisors, and lawyers serving global business in Poland and around the world, they have decided to join these efforts and assist Ukrainian businesses in their efforts to rebuild the infrastructure and the destroyed market in Ukraine, but also to assist with their business relocation decisions and efforts to finance necessary projects.
As a sign of their new strategy and solidarity with Ukraine, they have decided to establish a Ukrainian Practice (Ukrainian Desk).
They have been recruiting lawyers and advisors from Ukraine for over a month, and recently decided to invite their first Ukrainian Partner, Advocate Markiyan Malskyy, PhD, DSc in Law, to join the Firm.
Markiyan is a renowned expert in international commercial and investment arbitration. Prior to joining Kochański & Partners, he led the international dispute resolution practise at Arzinger, one of Ukraine’s largest law firms, for over 15 years, heading its Western Ukrainian branch office in Lviv.
If you want to know more about the Ukrainian Desk, please visit the website (click here).