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Employers Celebrate
November 18, 2009 By A.R.    
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The Confederation of Polish Employers (KPP), one of the oldest and largest employer organizations in Poland, is marking its 20th year in existence.

The organization brings together more than 7,000 businesses, from the smallest firms to the nation's largest companies. Eighty-five percent of the member businesses are privately owned. KPP members provide employment to a combined 2.5 million workers.

The anniversary celebrations will culminate Nov. 25, with a conference focusing on the government's Poland 2030: Development Challenges report, which outlines a strategy for the country's development in the coming 20 years.

Later that day, at a special anniversary event at Warsaw's Wielki Theater, the Confederation of Polish Employers will hand out its Vector and Super Vector awards to individuals, companies and institutions that have contributed to the development of the Polish economy and entrepreneurship over the past two decades, setting an example for others to follow.
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