Logo

35
issue
35 (130) 2018
Download PDF-version

Events Coverage

Networking coffee meeting with a trade mission of manufacturing companies from Sheffield and South Yorkshire

Header img 20180605 083723 resized 20180613 060714860

On 5 June 2018 in the Poznań City Hall, the British Polish Chamber of Commerce organized a coffee networking meeting for BPCC member companies and the trade mission of manufacturing companies from Sheffield.

The meeting started with an informative part during which guests learnt in three short presentations the economic profile and investment potential of Poznań and the metropolis, the formal and legal requirements of expansion onto the Poznań market, and the support offered to British companies in Poland by the British Embassy. This part was followed by networking, one-to-one conversations and exchanging of contacts. The following British companies took part in the meeting: International Trade Forum Ltd, The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, Durham Duplex, Evenort Ltd, Irwin Mitchell LLP, Lidster Paragon Tool Co. Ltd, Macalloy, Pryor Marking Technology, Service Engineering CNC Ltd, Sheffield City Regional Local Enterprise Partnership, Torres Engineering and Pumps, YBROS Drills (Sheffield) Ltd, and the Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce.

More in Events Coverage:

Real Estate Market Forum

On Tuesday, 12 June 2018, another meeting of the Real Estate Market Forum was held in Wrocław, where over 140 representatives of developers, managers and tenants operating on the Lower Silesia market gathered.

Business Ferryboat Cruise & Party

On 19 June 2018, yet another BPCC & EY joint cruise along the Odra took place, this year aboard the riverboat Nereida.

The modern office and Polish health and safety regs: How to square the realities of today's activity-based workplace with the legal requirements?

Poland's health and safety at work regulations date back to 1998 and offices full of old-style computers with boxy cathode-ray monitors.

How can we do better today that which we did yesterday and the day before?

The concept of continuous improvement in production is not new, but the ways in which manufacturers implement it are evolving.