Michał Głowiński, general manager of Hargreaves Lansdown and Łukasz Grzeszczyk, head of IT Practice, Hays Poland talk to Michael Dembinski, about one of the larger IT investments into Warsaw from the UK.
Anna Kuprian, head of digital at Grayling Poland, talks to Michael Dembinski about how technology is changing the relationship between business and the consumer, and how corporate reputations can be made or broken in the online space.
By Justyna Zygmunt, associate, New Technology and Telecommunications Practice Kochański Zięba & Partners Sp. k.
Entrusting data to be processed – outsourcing the processing of personal data on a company’s behalf to a third party – increasingly means having to transfer it outside the European Economic Area (EEA), mainly to US-based entities, which may pose significant legal risks on the part of the data controller.
By Andrew Blatiak, director, Leadership and Management Institute, and Michael Dembinski, chief advisor, BPCC
Five global changes will influence the future of work in Poland: demographics; technology; globalisation; new models of work and the increasing divide between the educational curriculum and business needs.
Networking is something we all do in business. Yet the way we network makes a big difference to the way we’re perceived by our business peers; this in turn influences the effectiveness of our business development.
By Stanisław Dąbek, consultant and member of the Intellectual Property, Technology and Communications practice team at Dentons
Stefan Żeromski wrote a pivotal novel about ethnic Poles from Siberia returning to their ancestral homeland after the Russian Revolution, in the belief there were fantastical 'houses of glass' in Poland.1
Each year, the ski resort of Krynica Zdrój plays host to an economic summit, the Economic Forum, where politicians and business leaders from across the CEE region come together to discuss im-portant economic and political matters.