Partner with Poland
by Greg Simpson - Press for Attention
The University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP) is hosting an event on 9th March for East Midlands businesses wishing to understand, source and exploit opportunities around exporting to Poland.
The event, “Partner With Poland” to held from 5pm - 7.30pm in the Sir Colin Campbell Building, will feature an introduction on UNIP tenant Europe Solutions and presentations from partners of EMITA , an independent trade association promoting import and export expertise amongst businesses in the East Midlands.
Marc van Ling, director of Europe Solutions said;
“Both the European Commission and the IMF rated Poland as the fastest growing country in the
European Union for 2010 and forecast high growth in 2011 and 2012. The retail market is growing
quickly in Poland and many UK household names are already there e.g. Tescos, M&S, Dixons, TK
Maxx along with many smaller retailers.
“Also, there are many large infrastructure projects in process in Poland due to EU funds and EURO
2012 so UK engineering and design companies have also started to penetrate the market. Poland is
definitely a market to get into and this event will allow delegates to find out more and also to network
and seek partners for their own ventures.”
Delegates wishing to book their place/s should RSVP or seek further information by visiting http://www.emita.org.uk/Events/Poland_2011/
Europe Solutions offers international recruitment and consultancy services, export and market
research in Poland and the UK. Over the last two years numerous clients of Europe Solutions have successfully entered the Polish market and feedback has been very positive. Recent projects delivered by the firm include recruitment for UK companies opening offices in Poland, competitor research projects in the mining sector, market research in food, engineering and health care sectors, new business development services, bilingual sales agent recruitment and company formations. Their clients range from global multinational companies to local SMEs.