A place of “growth and potential”: Monaco Economic Board spotlights Poland at business event

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Ahead of a trade mission to Warsaw this autumn, the Monaco Economic Board has hosted a dedicated Business Destination event highlighting the strengths and potential of the Polish nation. 

On Friday 28th June, the Monaco Economic Board (MEB) invited its members and a selection of Monaco-based entrepreneurs and business leaders to attend an in-person and virtual conference spotlighting Poland at the MonacoTech headquarters in Fontvieille.  

The event was organised in partnership with the official Monegasque embassies in Poland, Germany and Austria as well as the Polish Chamber of Commerce, which will host the MEB delegation when it heads to the capital of Warsaw for a formal trade mission between Monday 30th September and Wednesday 2nd October.  

The goal of the event was to shine a light on the areas of trade and industry that could be of shared interest to Poland and the Principality. The speakers, which included Franck Julien, the chairman of Monaco’s National Council Finance Committee, the MEB’s Guillaume Rose, Alessandro Giuliani, the Honorary Consul of Poland in Monaco, and representatives for the Embassy of Monaco in Berlin, also sought to promote the “long-standing and essential links between the two countries”.  

From discussions on the yachting industry and luxury tourism to banking and insurance, the pharmaceutical and cosmetics sector, and technological development, the event covered a wide range of prospective fields for collaboration.   

Michal Krawczyk, the Vice-President of the Polish Chamber of Commerce, also made a point of mentioning the existence of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Polish and Monegasque Chambers, which was signed back in 2010.  

He expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming trip to Warsaw, saying he was “convinced that the meetings to be held in the autumn between entrepreneurs from the two countries will lead to new collaborations because there is a huge potential”.   

Following the event, a representative for the MEB affirmed, “There are plenty of opportunities, and some conference participants have already expressed an interest in the MEB trade mission to Warsaw. This bodes well for the trip’s success.” 

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