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We cordially invite you to participate in a webinar on 28 October at 10.00 am CET on “Investment opportunities for Spanish and Portuguese companies in Poland”, organised by DZP in cooperation with PM Group and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency. The event is dedicated to Spanish and Portuguese entities interested in investing in Poland, particularly in greenfield projects.
Poland is currently the third largest foreign investment country in the world and the leader in FDI in CEE. Due to, among others, the country's central location, economic stability, investment incentives for businesses, membership of the EU, specialised employees, investors are choosing to carry out production and business operations in Poland. According to data from the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, in 2020 our country boasted almost 200 new investments worth EUR 10 billion and according to recent government announcements, new investment sites will be prepared for companies interested in operating in Poland.
During the webinar, our speakers will talk about investment incentives, how to prepare for an investment in technical and legal terms, and investors from Spain and Portugal will share their experience in doing business in Poland.
Date: 28 October 2021, 10.00 – 11.45 CET
Registration: by 27 October via link
Participation is free of charge, and it is possible once the organizer has confirmed receipt of your application. The number of places is limited. The webinar will be held in the Zoom video conferencing application which is compatible with most popular web browsers.
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