Autumn edition of Foreign Trade Program

Foreign expansion of Polish companies is of key importance for the Polish economy. It is a hudge challenge for the entrepreneur. Firms can receive help both from governmental agencies and commercial firms – their partners in business. Foreign Trade Program is a common initiative of BNP Paribas Bank Polska, KUKE, Bisnode and a daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita, which aims at supporting Polish entrepreneurs in their expansion abroad by providing them with modern tools and credible and reliable information. Mazars provides substantive support in the meetings focused on French market.

Were new, compared to the previous edition of the Foreign Trade Program, meetings devoted to Middle East markets in connection with the Expo in Dubai that will take place in the next year and in which Poland will also participate.

Additionally to Arabic countries, Polish entrepreneurs could also hear about France and Italy again. These markets enjoyed the greatest interest during the spring edition of the Program.

Special substantive and cultural program has been prepared for each country. It was a unique opportunity to meet foreign experts and business representatives from these countries. Meetings were a good occasion for expanding business contacts, acquiring expert knowledge and being inspired by the stories of Polish exporters who willingly shared their knowledge and experience during the meetings of the Foreign Trade Program.

Mazars had a pleasure to be a content Partner of the meetings devoted to the French market, represented by  Adam Zohry, Senior Associate in the Advisory services Department of Mazars Poland. He presented the main trends in the market mergers and acquisitions and he gave Polish entrepreneurs advice on what to look for when investing in France. Meetings regarding the French market were organized in Gdańsk, Olsztyn, Wrocław, Łódź Radom, Zielona Góra and Poznań.   

More information available on the organizer’s website

About the Foreign Trade Program in Rzeczpospolita newspaper.

The fourth edition of the Foreign Trade Programme has been launched

French business etiquette has its own nuances

There are more and more companies wanting to sell in France


France, Belgium and Italy in the Foreign Trade Programme