The year that’s about to end has been a year of surprises. As we entered 2016, few believed that Britain would vote for Brexit, or that Americans would vote for Donald Trump as president. Yet both happened.
By Paweł Pudłowski MP, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Digitisation, Innovation and New Technology
Many of the pathologies at the heart of the construction project in Poland are caused by poor planning, project management and budgeting, as well as a lack of trust that manifests itself in an adversarial attitude between investor and contractor.
Michael Dembinski talks to Amec Foster Wheeler’s Gavin Dobbing about what the BPCC and its members can do to assist the Polish government in raising the standards of project management in the delivery of public-sector projects.
While the acquisition of property using virtual currency such as Bitcoin still seems like a far-fetched concept, commercial real estate could be on the verge of adopting peer-to-peer cryptographic technology in the form of blockchain.
By Aleksandra Janusz, senior leasing manager, HB Reavis Poland
A recent survey by Leesman, a London-based workplace research firm, conducted among more than 155,000 employees worldwide, revealed that almost half believe their office environment prevents them from working effectively.
The BPCC, the Trade and Investment Promotion Section of the Polish Embassy in London, law firm Domański Zakrzewski Palinka, Profitia and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply held a seminar about public procurement in Poland on 17 November 2016.