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Polish Scottish Business Forum in Edinburgh

The Polish-Scottish Business Forum aims to raise the profile of Polish entrepreneurs in Scotland and to highlight their contribution to the Scottish economy in terms of wealth generated and jobs created. 


The Forum serves as a celebration of Polish entrepreneurship and the ease of doing business in Scotland.



Meet Polish entrepreneurs from Scotland

The Polish-Scottish Forum will be an ideal opportunity to discover how Polish entrepreneurs can finance their business growth from publicly available grants and loans, and how they should work with banks, convincing them and other financial institutions to lend money for business development. What support can Polish entrepreneurs expect from Scottish government and local authorities? 

There will also be case studies session from Polish entrepreneurs who've set up their own firms in the UK. We'll learn how they started out in business, how they financed their ideas – and what lessons they've learnt from their experiences.



Export opportunities in Poland

The BPCC will outline the opportunities and will present the services it offers to UK companies interested in entering the Polish market.


This event aims to provide the audience with helpful information and useful business insight, and to help create a network for entrepreneurial Poles in the UK as well as UK-exporters interested in developing business in Poland. 


Agenda – link do //pblink.co.uk/en/forum




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2015-11-27, 09:30 am (this event is in the past)

Venue The Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, EH2 2PQ, Edinburgh
Organiser Polish-Scottish Business Forum

Keywords: meeting, business, forum, england, teamone, santander

Event coverage

The BPCC joined PBLink for the first Polish Scottish Entrepreneurs’ Forum on 27 November 2015. The event was held at the prestigious premises of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, a building with a rich history associated with the most famous Scottish scientists and philosophers. The event partners were England.pl and Team@One; the supporters were BC Printing, Santander and Cowan & Partners Ltd.

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