JWW is a member of the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPIH)
Beginning with 1 July 2021, JWW Accounting Office has officially joined the ranks of BPCC members. Therefore, all clients operating in Poland and the UK will be able to receive consistent and substantive assistance regarding business cooperation between these two countries.
BPCC associates over 250 business entities from Poland and Great Britain. The primary objective of the organisation is to provide entrepreneurs with support and help them establish business contacts. Therefore, periodically held conferences, networking meetings, seminars and training courses allow for the exchange of valuable information. Industries which are represented by members include transport and logistics, consulting and real estate.
“Joining the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce is a great opportunity for the development of JWW’s clients, especially considering the fact that the UK has left the structures of the European Union. By remaining an active member of the organisation we can provide our clients with full access to priorly designed solutions, expert advice and substantive support” – says Aleksander Widawski, Vice-President of JWW.
We offer complete assistance in sourcing contacts, establishing business relations and dealing with official matters to anyone who is planning to establish solid cooperation with UK-based companies.
“Thanks to the contacts we have obtained, we will be able to continuously expand our knowledge and follow trends in the market in order to be able to represent clients before state and local government bodies and foreign organisations” – adds Widawski.
Are you a client of JWW? Are you interested in building a Polish-British business partnership?
Email us at [email protected] or contact us by phone at + 48 71 793 72 62 for further information.
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