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France in Poland
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And the Award Goes to…
July 2, 2010   
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The French Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Poland (CCIFP) May 7 gave out its annual awards for best business practice. This year’s Grand Prix CCIFP prize went to Dalkia Polska, a company that provides heating to almost 2 million consumers in Poland.

During the awards ceremony, held at the Sofitel Victoria hotel, two special prizes, the Grand Prix Spécial CCIFP, went to Maciej Witucki, CEO of Poland’s largest telecom operator Telekomunikacja Polska, and Anna Stre¿yñska, head of the Office of Electronic Communications.

The Grand Prix CCIFP prize was handed out for the third time. The panel of judges was chaired by Francois Colombié, a member of the CCIFP Council, and other judges included Warsaw Stock Exchange president Ludwik Sobolewski; deputy economy minister Rafa³ Baniak; Kazimierz Krupa, editor-in-chief of the Polish edition of Forbes magazine; and Jérôme Baconin, the French embassy’s economic and financial advisor for Central Europe and the Baltic states.

The CCIFP gives its Grand Prix Spécial prize to individuals who help boost relations between Poland and France. The judges praised winners Stre¿yñska and Witucki for bringing about a deal between Telekomunikacja Polska and the Office of Electronic Communications in October last year.

France is the third largest foreign investor in Poland, having invested a total of 12.5 billion euros in this country since the end of communism, according to Poland’s central bank.

The French Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Poland (CCIFP) brings together more than 330 French and Polish companies. For 16 years, the chamber has worked for Polish and French investors by facilitating joint projects and helping exchange best business practice and experience between enterprises.

The CCIFP aims to stimulate changes in the Polish economy and helps create conditions for businesses to develop. The organization helps the public and private sectors work together and promotes best business practices among its members by highlighting new trends and innovative business ideas.
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