We have the pleasure to announce the PPCC Business Mission to Lisbon which will take place between 23 October and 27 October 2023.
This is the best option to check your company’s products and services fit to the Portuguese market!
The PPCC Business Mission to Lisbon is the perfect occasion to personally assess business opportunities in Portugal and find potential business partners on the market.
We are organizing this business mission with the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIP) – well connected and pro-active private business association, supporting the companies since 1834, promoting both national and international development of its members, as well as serving as the link between SMEs and large companies.
The business mission will have a strong B2B focus, with individual meetings with potential Portuguese business partners at their offices, according to each Polish company’s expectations, and will include pragmatic seminar about Portuguese and Portuguese-speaking markets. We believe a strong awareness of the market’s reality is of the utmost importance for sustainable success.
Enclosed, we are sending the detailed offer. If you are interested in taking part in this Business Mission, please fill in the Google form below (filling in the form does not oblige you to take part in the mission):
We encourage you to get to know the Portuguese market and establish direct commercial contacts.
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact directly Mr. Wojciech Baczyński, General Director of the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce: email@example.com, +48 696 760 925.
The offer of the business mission is available here:
IGCC Post-elections breakfast
IGCC Post-elections breakfast
October 27, 2023, 8:30 – 11:00
Venue: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw, Kościelna 12, 00-218 Warszawa
The International Group of Chambers of Commerce has the pleasure to invite the members to join a breakfast meeting concerning the impact of the October 15 elections.
Our speakers will delve into the complexities of Poland’s political and economic situation, shedding light on the implications of the recent elections. They will explore the challenges that lie ahead and discuss Poland’s role in the international political and economic landscape. The event will be held in English.
8:30 – 9:30: Breakfast & networking
9:30 – 9:35: Welcome
9:35 – 10:30: Presentation/panel discussion
10:30 – 11:00: Q&A session with moderation
Dr Małgorzata Bonikowska, Centre for International Relations
Dr Sławomir Dudek, Institute of Public Finance
Strategy & Future (TBD)
Moderated by Bogusław Chrabota, Rzeczpospolita
- Post-Election Analysis: Understanding the outcomes of the recent elections and their implications for Poland’s political landscape.
- Economic Challenges: A closer look at the economic challenges facing Poland and potential strategies to address them.
- International Positioning: Examining Poland’s role and influence in the international political and economic landscape.
- Future Projections: A forward-looking discussion on possible future developments and policy considerations.
Following the presentations, there will be a Q&A session, monitoring opinion directly or via Mentimeter app, giving the opportunity to engage with our speakers and gain deeper insights into the topics discussed.
The participation is free of charge for our Members.
IGCC Post-elections Breakfast – photo relation
On theOctober 27th, the PPCC, along with 11 other bilateral chambers of commerce, organized an event titled „IGCC Post-elections Breakfast.”
The session was insightful, focusing on the analysis of the consequences of the recent elections that took place on October 15.
During the event, speakers such as Dr. Dr Malgorzata Bonikowska from the Centre for International Relations and Dr. Sławomir Dudek from the Institute of Public Finance shared their insights on the challenges facing Poland and its role in the international political and economic landscape within the EU.
The topics covered during the event included 🗸analysis of the situation of Poland in the EU 🗸economic challenges, 🗸public finances, 🗸Poland’s positioning on the international stage, and 🗸future projections. It provided a valuable opportunity to gain in-depth insights into key issues that will significantly shape the future of our country following the formation of the government.
This meeting undoubtedly contributes to a better understanding of the current political and economic situation in Poland, and there was a desire to host a follow-up meeting after the government is formed.