The aim - as always - was to facilitate introductions and to get members to know one other as well as to mingle with some more experienced fellow-members. The event was held at the newly-opened Kalaya Restaurant, ul. Jasna 26, Warsaw, which has already managed to become one of the brightest spots on the culinary map of the City.
Guests were welcomed by Paweł Siwecki, BPCC CEO and restaurant’s owner, Greg Bateup. Michael Dembinski, the chamber's chief adviser briefly presented the opportunities offered to members from participation in BPCC policy groups meetings while Konrad Kubacki, business services manager, explained the range of services provided to British exporters by the BPCC Trade Team and how members can benefit from these.
Then participants had the chance to introduce themselves to one other in short verbal presentation. Following the structured networking session, informal mixing continued with conversations over fine Australian wines, delicious nibbles, including the specialite de la maison, namely emu and kangaroo steaks, highly praised by one of the Poland's most demanding restaurant critics, Maciej Nowak.
We encourage you to pop by for a business lunch, dinner or Aussie Sunday Roast and enjoy a good selection of local and Australian exotic meats and seafood with fresh local produce, served with a unique selection of Australian beverages, including the noted Pikes Beers.