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CEO Briefing: Poland‘s growth in 2021

A CEO-level webinar will discuss the prospects for the Polish economy this year.

There are so many question marks hanging over 2021 - will the pandemic ease sooner or later? How will consumers react to its end - will there be a joyous reunion with shopping malls, bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports centres - or have consumers' wallets emptied? What will be the drivers for economic growth? How will institutional investors react? How will investment and lending decisions affect companies? Where will the finance ministry start applying new taxes to claw back money spent on dealing with the effects of Covid-19? How will the labour market look by the end of this year? Will Poland remain an attractive location for foreign direct investment, as global corporates look to secure their supply chains and nearshore BPO/SSC operations - and what will this mean for the Polish real estate market?

It is difficult to find consensus among economic forecasters, and yet all businesses need to have at least some idea of the road map ahead. This webinar brings together CEOs from the advisory, financial, and real estate sectors to set out different visions for how 2021 could play out in Poland, and to consider some of the challenges ahead.


09:45 - 10:00           Registration
10:00 - 10:10 Welcome by Antoni F. Reczek OBE, BPCC Chairman and host

Panel discussion: insights for Poland 2021 moderated by Michael Dembinski, BPCC Chief Advisor

Tomasz Buras, CEO, Savills Polska
Adam Krasoń, CEO, PwC Polska
Dariusz Kucharski, CEO, HSBC in Poland
Marek Przybylski, CEO, Aviva Investors Poland




 The meeting will be conducted in English.

Participation is open to BPCC Members and invited guests only.


2021-01-22, 10:00 am (this event is in the past)

Venue Online
Organiser British Polish Chamber of Commerce

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It is a BPCC January tradition to invite a panel of CEOs of member companies to discuss the outlook for Poland’s economy in the coming year. As we enter the second year of the pandemic, the 2021 panel was held, for the first time, in the form of a webinar.

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