by Alan Jarman, BPCC Chairman,
2012. Is it nearly with us already? Where did 2011 disappear to, and are we ready to start the year that means so much to both the UK and Poland?
H.M. Ambassador, Robin Barnett, describes the significance of the Monarchy and explains the enduring popularity of Her Majesty, Elizabeth II.
by Joe Tunney, Chief Executive Officer, BPCC,
Since joining BPCC as CEO in August 2011, it's been a very busy time for me. I've been trying to attend as many of the events that we have organised or co-organised as possible.
Polish and British statistics both show that trade between Poland and the UK continues to grow at a pleasing tempo.
The BPCC's December breakfast gave members a chance to gather high-quality insight from representatives of key sectors of the economy.
by Mateusz Walewski PwC,
The last data concerning the real GDP growth In Poland for the 3rd quarter of 2011 was surprisingly optimistic reaching 4.2%.
Next year is going to be a big year for the BPCC and our 20th Anniversary is giving rise to a number of special events to mark the occasion. Our Annual Ball, which next year will be held at the Sheraton Hotel on Saturday 13th October, is going to be the biggest “Birthday” event of the year, but we’ve come up with something extra special to mark 2012 in May!
by Vincent van den Bosch, PNO Consultants,
2012 is the penultimate year of the current EU Budget Perspective. Find out where the money is – and what companies have to do to secure the financing.
A November visit by Britain’s Trade and Investment Minister to Warsaw underlined the importance of Poland to the UK.
Lord Green’s European visit took him to Dusseldorf for a day and then to Warsaw for a two-day series of meetings.
by Ewa James, BBcomm – a specialist business to business agency.
As the business landscape is changing, uncertainty slows down economic growth and some organisations are forced to re-invent themselves as near-term survival becomes their highest priority.
by David Glass, Pritchard Englefield,
Sections 158 and 159 Equality Act 2010, which provisions came into force over a period from 1 October 2010 up to and including 6 April 2011.