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Polish goal of Canadian investors

Wyślij Print Pobierz added: Zack Labieniec | 2018-06-05 16:07:49
polskie mosty technologiczne, invest in poland

On May 22-28, Krzysztof Senger, Vice President of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, visited Toronto and Montreal. The purpose of the visit was to promote the project "Polskie Mosty Technologiczne" a series of meetings with Canadian companies already present on the Polish market, as well as promotion and attracting new investors to Poland.

As part of the meetings organized by ZBH Toronto, PAIH representatives visited Toronto Global - an organization bringing together business advisors and investors from Toronto and The DMZ - Ryerson University - an entrepreneurship incubator for technology startups. The DMZ forum hosted the conference “EU - Your biggest business partner. A business case in Poland " that promotes Poland as an ideal place for new ventures, presenting export and investment opportunities provided by the CETA free trade agreement, as well as showing the current situation of the Polish economy, business conditions and Polish business environment institutions. Representatives of PAIH also visited the Quebec air cluster Aero Montreal and the consortium for research and innovation in the aircraft industry of Quebec - CRIAQ . In addition, the mission included a series of meetings with potential Canadian investors - companies from the defense, aviation and automotive industries.

 

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Polskie Technologie Bridges is a project of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under which micro, small and medium entrepreneurs can receive support in developing a strategy for entering foreign markets. The project for 2018-2023 assumes support in the process of expansion on 20 foreign markets, including: United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, India, Norway, Switzerland, Ukraine, Russia, South Africa, Algeria, where the Foreign Trade Offices of the Agency (ZBH) already exist or will soon be established.