Our partners

Main partners

Baker McKenzie is one of the largest law firms in the world and in Poland. We employ over 170 lawyers and tax advisors in Poland. We advise domestic and international clients in almost all areas of law related to doing business.

Vastint Poland is part of the Vastint Group, an international organisation operating on the European real estate market for over 30 years. The cornerstones of their operations are the management of portfolio properties and the development of commercial real estate, including residential development and hotels, ensuring life, work and leisure balance. See more at: www.vastint.eu

Honorary Patrons

The mission of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency is to increase the inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country and to increase the scale and dynamism of the internationalisation of Polish companies. The Agency operates both in Poland and through its Foreign Trade Offices (FTOs). It provides quick access to comprehensive information on the economic and legal environment for business projects. The Agency also assists in overcoming administrative procedures for specific projects, developing legal solutions, finding the right location and reliable partners and suppliers. PITA also provides access to financial instruments, including insurance, offered by institutions affiliated to the Polish Development Fund Group.

Founded in 1989, Pracodawcy Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej (the Employers of Poland) is the oldest and largest organisation representing employers in Poland. The strength of Employers of Poland lies in the reasoning and arguments presented to political and economic decision-makers, as well as in the number and diversity of our members and a wide range of social consultants and experts. The Employers of Poland shape and promote the image of employers and entrepreneurs as contributors to the national income and work to protect their rights.

Pro Progressio is a support organisation for the development of the modern business services sector. As part of its projects, Pro Progressio runs the Pro Progressio Club, the FOCUS ON Business media, the BSS Tour conference series, the BSS Forum and the International Outsourcing Stars Gala. Pro Progressio also assists BPO and GBS companies in opening operations centres in Poland.


Advantage Austria is a network of almost 100 offices in more than 70 countries offering a wide range of services to companies and their business partners. Almost 800 employees worldwide help companies to find the right suppliers and business partners in Austria.

Every year, we organise around 1,200 events to facilitate the establishment of business contacts. Other activities of Advantage Austria include assisting Austrian companies in their search for importers, distributors and agents, and providing comprehensive information on doing business in Austria and entering the Austrian market.

Advantage Austria works to increase international business opportunities by promoting the products and services of Austrian companies around the world, assisting companies and organisations based outside of Austria to build strong relationships with Austrian companies, and supporting the exchange of the best global and Austrian talent and innovation.

For more than 30 years, the Belgian Chamber of Commerce has been the first step for Belgian investors to enter the Polish market and a platform for Belgian entrepreneurs already active in Poland. Membership is also open to Belgian or Polish companies that can demonstrate a link with Belgian partners. Our mission is primarily to promote business and facilitate Polish-Belgian business relations.

The Netherlands – Polish Chamber of Commerce (NPCC) is a non-profit organisation that helps companies of all sizes to grow – Dutch companies in the Polish market as well as Polish companies wanting to enter the Dutch market. The NPCC has been active in Poland since 1998 and acts as a bridge between the Polish and Dutch business communities. The Chamber also organises conferences, seminars and networking events where members can gather information and exchange best practices.

The Polish Chamber of Commercial Real Estate (PINK) brings together representatives of all sectors and services of the commercial real estate market in one organization, enabling them to have a real impact on the surrounding economic, political and social environment. PINK is both their representative and a platform for the exchange of experience, knowledge and cooperation.

The Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland plays a central role in economic relations between Italy and Poland, offering a wide range of services, valuable contacts and unique opportunities for companies wishing to do business in both countries. For further information, please visit the CCIIP website at https://cciip.pl/

The Polish HR Forum is the most influential employers’ organisation representing the recruitment market in Poland. Since 2002 it has been working to build an effective labour market by supporting the sustainable development of HR services. It is a recognised social partner in Poland and Europe.

The Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce, established in 2000 on the initiative of Polish and Spanish entrepreneurs, has one main objective: to support member companies interested in Polish-Spanish cooperation. We protect and represent the interests of our members and help them to better exploit the potential of their businesses. Our aim is to facilitate the search for business partners and to disseminate information about the activities of member companies both in Poland and in Spain. We strive to ensure that information about their products, services and offers reaches the widest possible market.

Founded in 1990, the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland is the leading voice for international investors in Poland. It brings together more than 300 companies from various sectors and has a significant American presence, including 80 of Fortune 500 companies. Members are united by a desire to build relationships and develop the business market in Poland.

Founded by a small group of volunteers, the PCCC became a full-fledged Chamber of Commerce in 2004. It has six board members, a president, an executive director, more than 50 member companies and strong support from the Canadian Embassy, making it one of the most important business organisations linking Poland and Canada in Poland.

The mission of the Polish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce is to promote economic, cultural and trade relations between Poland and Canada that result in “real” investment and trade.

The Polish-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce is an independent non-profit organisation, a bilateral business chamber operating in the field of Polish-Hungarian economic relations, whose main task, as defined in its statute, is to promote economic and trade relations between Poland and Hungary and to represent the economic interests of the member companies affiliated to the Chamber. The Polish-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce is supported by contributions from member companies, sponsorship, projects and services.

The Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce has been supporting the development of economic relations between Poland and Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltic States for almost 20 years. We integrate and inspire the Polish-Scandinavian business community and have 428 members representing the most important economic sectors.

City partners

As the city patron of the project, Warsaw plays a key role in initiatives aimed at developing and improving the quality of life in the Polish capital. As a city rich in history, culture, and dynamic development, Warsaw creates a space for a wide range of projects – from cultural and educational to technological. Through its support, the city actively contributes to promoting innovation, supporting local talents, and attracting international investments. The municipal office deals with a wide range of matters, from spatial planning and urban infrastructure management to education, culture, and environmental protection. It also works towards supporting the local economy and investments.

Krakow Technology Park is a modern center of innovation and business, which is a key place for the development of entrepreneurship in the Lesser Poland region. The Park provides support for startups and innovative companies, offering access to modern office spaces, laboratories, and incubators. Krakow Technology Park plays a crucial role in promoting high technologies, such as IT, biotechnology, and renewable energy. Its activities have contributed to the creation of over 5,000 high-quality jobs, significantly impacting the local labor market and economy. In this way, KTP not only supports the development of entrepreneurship but also becomes a driving force for innovation in the Lesser Poland region and throughout Poland.

Virako, a developer with more than 20 years of experience in the market, is an investor of Monopolis – an innovative, post-industrial mixed-use complex located in the heart of Lodz. This remarkable facility was built in the former buildings of the 1902 Vodka Monopoly. It combines the city’s industrial history with modernity. It offers modern office space and a variety of attractions and services for Lodz residents and visiting tourists, such as a museum, art gallery, the Monopolis Stage theatre, a children’s club, and restaurants and cafes. It is a place that has become a permanent fixture on the map of Lodz’s urban landscape.

The Wroclaw Agglomeration Development Agency is a company established in 2005, owned by the Municipality of Wroclaw and 32 municipal governments from the agglomeration area. The company’s activities are focused around many areas of the functioning of Wroclaw and the surrounding municipalities, contributing to strengthening cooperation and building a strong economic position and image of the Wroclaw agglomeration.

Invest in Pomerania is a regional non-profit initiative that helps foreign investors implement investment projects in Pomerania. It acts as a “one-stop shop” in the region, providing support at every stage of the investment process.

Agency for the Development of Szczecin Metropolis Ltd. was established in 2002 on the initiative of the Municipality of Szczecin. We are a municipal company, the idea of which is focused on the creation of a common business platform, linking local government and entrepreneurship. Every day we offer companies access to a range of promotional, financial, outsourcing or consulting services. A special role in our activities is played by investor services, aimed at both local entrepreneurs and external entities and foreign investors interested in cooperation and creating the region’s economy.

The main tasks of the Investor Service Office are to attract investors from the City’s priority industries (modern services sector, IT, R&D, high-tech production) to Poznań and to promote the City’s real estate.

Our Office supports investors and companies by being an integrator of diverse entities around the City and its offerings, a facilitator of relationships between stakeholders, a provider of services and tools that create value for future investors and stakeholders, and a promoter of the City’s business brand.

The Investor Services Department is a dedicated unit of the Katowice City Hall that supports foreign and domestic investors, including those implementing projects within the modern business services sector. We focus on providing solutions tailored to the needs of investment projects, in which we cooperate with, among others: Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), Katowice Special Economic Zone, Upper Silesia and Zagłębie Metropolitan Area, Polish-foreign chambers of industry and commerce and consulting companies, as well as other institutions acting as intermediaries for investors.

The Department of Strategy and Investor Services is an organizational unit of the Lublin City Hall. On a daily basis, we cooperate with different groups of stakeholders: starting with entrepreneurs considering locating a business in the city, business entities operating in the City in the widely understood industry and service sector, owners and originators of startup initiatives, business environment institutions (including, among others. science and technology parks, business incubators, technology transfer centers, etc.), universities and colleges, educational institutions educating at various levels, other units and organizational units of the Lublin City Hall, ending directly with the residents, for whom dedicated programs for the development of entrepreneurial attitudes are being developed, among others.

The Center for Investor Support and Innovative Economy (CWIiIG) is a specialized unit of the Office of the City of Kraków aimed at assisting in investment activities in the broadest sense. The CWIiIG team consists of competent employees who, in relation to the submitted projects, act as supervisors. Supporting the CWIiIG are so-called “coordinators”, i.e. designated employees working in city departments and units participating in the investment process.