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Ilona Chodorowska

Branch Director Wrocław & Poznań

Mobile: +48 668 820 206
Email: ilona.chodorowska@bpcc.org.pl

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Kamila Radomska

Regional Consultant

Mobile: +48 663 427 113
Email: kamila.radomska@bpcc.org.pl

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Factoring – a summary of the market and available products - Poznań

British Polish Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with PLUSFACTOR has a pleasure of inviting you to a meeting ,,Factoring - a summary of the market and available products”.

Start date: 2017-04-10 Venue: European University of Business (room no. 5), ul. Niedziałkowskiego 18, Poznań Time: 11:00

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Revised transfer pricing regulations - Wrocław

British Polish Chamber of Commerce and Crowe Horwath invite you to a business breakfast on revisted transfer pricing regulations.

Start date: 2017-03-30 Venue: Crowe Horwath Wrocław Office, West House Building, 3rd Floor, ul. Strzegomska 142A, Wrocław Time: 09:30

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Factoring – a summary of the market and available products

Organised conference 14.03.2017 in the business incubator at the cooperation with British Polish Chamber of Commerce, was aimed at introducing interested participants to the issue of the factoring.

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Legal and tax aspects of delegating employees - Poznań

On the 8th of March 2017 a seminar ,,Legal and tax aspects of delegation of employees” was held in Poznań. The meeting was based on the expertise of professionals representing law firm Rödl & Partner, and took place in the company headquarters. The event was co organized by the British Polish Chamber of Commerce.

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Managing HR in manufacturing in an era of decreasing labour supply

The BPCC held a meeting of its Manufacturing Industries group at the premises of CeDo in Kąty Wrocławskie, 30km from the Lower Silesian capital, on 14 February 2017. The subject was the recruitment and retention of factory employees, something that local employers are finding increasingly difficult as unemployment in Poland falls to record low levels.

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