May 20-21, 2013 at the conference Round Economic Table: Investment – from local to global economy the representatives of the authorities, Polish entrepreneurs as well as foreign investors made a diagnosis of investment potential and threats faced by the kujawsko-pomorski region. Also B2B meetings were held and the participants to the event had a chance to visit the Bydgoszcz Industrial and
– We sit at the table to try to breathe a new spirit in the economy of the Kujawy and Pomorze. To demonstrate the authentic involvement of entrepreneurs, investors, local authorities and representatives of various institutions can bear fruit with specific values and to create essential economic enterprises, President of the Employers of the
Mr Jan Kulczyk highlighted that the fewer the middle men between the global market and entrepreneurs, the better. It is education which is the grounds for development. With no competences the chances are lower. Besides, what is important are the aspirations and understanding all those in government that those are citizens who are important, including entrepreneurs who pay taxes. Mr Jan Kulczyk paid the attention to the benefits from presenting the unique nature of the region not only on a domestic scale but also globally. He stressed that what matters in business is the attitude, optimism as well as the awareness of the strengths.
The Round Economic Table participants were trying to determine the expectations of the investors both regional and global. In the discussions were attended by e.g. Mr Yerik Utembayev, Extraordinary Ambassador and the Proxi-Holder of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Republic of Poland, Chi Young Chen, the Director of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Poland, Mr Jaime Fuster Rufilanchas, Fuster & Partner, Mr Krzysztof Krystowski, President of the Management Board of Bumar, Mr Sebastian Skuza, Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, and Mr Andrzej Hass from Doraco. The local entrepreneurs were represented by e.g. Mr Mirosław Ślachciak, President of the Board of the Board of the Kujawsko-Pomorski Association of Employers and Entrepreneurs, Mr Jan Wawrzkowicz, Arkada Holding, and Mr Maciej Ruszkiewicz from ATOS.
In the first part of the meeting there was highlighted the problem of the promotion of the region and
In the next panel the representatives of local authorities and the agencies responsible for the development of investments in
The President of the Employers of the
The first result of the Economic Round Table is the interest in investments in the kujawsko-pomorski region has been expressed by Spanish business. The representative of Spanish entrepreneurs, Mr Jaime Fuster Rufilanchas, has submitted a list of 126 companies interested in investing in
Source: Kujawsko-Pomorski Association of Employers and Entrepreneurs
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