1st British-Polish Construction Forum
Poles in the UK have shown an marked propensity to set up their own businesses, compared to other groups of foreigners or to native Britons. Although Polish-owned businesses in the UK can be found in many sectors, their number one speciality is construction.
Over the years, Polish builders in Britain have acquired an enviable reputation for quality and value for money, solid workmanship, timely delivery of projects and a ‘can-do’ attitude. Now, PBLINK, the premier networking organisation for Polish and diverse entrepreneurs in the UK, will be holding its first sector-based event, focused on construction.
Who should you attend?
Aimed at everyone interested in the sector – architects and engineers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers and importers of building materials, the event will deliver inspirational case studies and business insights into the construction industry. It will also offer an unrivalled opportunity for networking between British and Polish businesses in the sector.
Business owners will have the chance to: share views on the state of trade, How are order-books shaping up? Whether skills shortages are hitting the labour market? What’s happening to prices of building materials? How new technologies such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) are taking hold across the sector? Future trends in building, be they technological, technical, environmental or social, will be discussed, as will the effect on the sector of Brexit.
If you are the owner of a company doing business in construction in the UK, you cannot afford to miss this one-day event; you’ll learn much and meet many interesting and potentially useful contacts.
Agenda & Online Registration: Pblink.co.uk/construction2017
2017-03-31, 09:30 am
(this event is in the past)
NatWest (RBS Building), 250 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4AA