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2022-06-23, 12:00 am

Tremco CPG Poland joins Polish Green Building Council PLGBC

Tremco CPG Poland, CPG Europe’s office in Poland, became a member of the Polish Green Building Council PLGBC. Participation in the works of this organization is part of the company's commitment to protection of health and natural environment by promoting sustainable development in construction industry.

Category: News
2022-05-17, 09:30 am

Development of PV projects – selected legal and tax aspects

PV investment projects are growing year by year. During the webinar we will discuss legal and tax developments in the PV industry.

Category: Events
2022-05-16, 12:00 am

Energy in focus – now, more than ever

Rapidly rising energy prices, inflation, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the long-term need to fight climate change have all focused businesses' attention on energy costs. Manufacturers in particular are struggling. Ryszard Stefański, director of the business development department at EWE Polska, talks to the BPCC's Michael Dembinski, about how businesses can cut energy costs by investing in renewable sources, as well as doing more to save energy.

Category: News
2022-05-13, 12:00 am

Building a tradition for charitable giving

Agnieszka Brzóska, vice-president of the Sue Ryder Foundation talks to the BPCC’s Michael Dembinski about the challenges of running a charity in Poland at a time of crisis.

Category: News
2022-05-12, 12:00 am

Not a fig leaf, but a strategic plan

Few consultants in Poland have such a long and illustrious association with CSR, sustainability and the environment, social and governance (ESG agenda) as does Deloitte's Irena Pichola, who has been a partner in sustainability consulting there since 2015, and is now global lead in climate action and sustainability for the public sector. The BPCC's Michael Dembinski talks to her about how business goals have moved on from the days when only growth and profits mattered.

Category: News
2022-04-25, 12:00 am

Clifford Chance advised EBRD and Santander Bank Polska on an up to PLN 205 million financing

International law firm Clifford Chance advised the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Santander Bank Polska S.A. on a syndicated financing in the total amount of up to PLN 205 million granted to Benefit Systems S.A. The proceeds will be used for investment expenditures related to organic growth, development of the MultiLife platform, acquisitions, eco-friendly investments, refinancing of the company’s existing indebtedness in the form of bank loans in Poland, and for general corporate purposes of Benefit Systems' capital group.

Category: News
2022-03-24, 11:00 am

How to sell your products in the UK after Brexit?

Meet our experts in accounting and the import of goods. They will discuss step by step what needs to be done to (start) selling your products in the UK after Brexit. This event will be conducted in Polish. The UK is the third most lucrative E-Commerce market in the world (after China and the US). In 2020, the British spent £250 bn shopping online and nearly half of the buyers willingly buy from foreign sellers. As many as 87% of Britons shop online, most of them using a smartphone.

Category: Events
2022-03-17, 11:00 am

Webinar: Balancing risk and opportunity in cross-border remote working

We invite to you to a free webinar on Global Mobility: Balancing risk and opportunity in cross-border remote working. 17 March 2022 (Tuesday), 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CET

Category: Events
2022-03-03, 12:00 am

Special law – stay and employment of refugees from Ukraine

The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy announced on 1 March 2022 that a special law would be adopted within the next few days to make it easier for Ukrainian citizens to legalise their stay and work in Poland.

Category: News
2022-02-21, 12:00 am

The Green Transformation and business – top-down or bottom-up?

21 February 2022 I was talking to a director of a large multinational manufacturing company with operations in Poland about how firms are embracing the challenges of green transformation. He said that he could see a gulf between the approach of corporates and that seen in many Polish SMEs. “They will be dragged into it [green transformation]; I don’t see them doing it for themselves,” he said. The corporate world has got the memo, handed down from HQ. It reads: “Because of our clients, customers, employees, shareholders and investors, we need to take climate change seriously.”

Category: News