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Investment in Eastern Poland
September 30, 2011   
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The second Investment in Eastern Poland Forum will be held at the Targi Kielce Convention Center in the city of Kielce Oct. 14, bringing together experts, business leaders, investors, government officials and academics for discussions on the development prospects for Eastern Poland, which will be the leading theme of the event.

Participants will analyze the strengths of the region, tools that can be used to promote the region and the role of institutions and organizations helping investors interested in the region.

The forum will start with a plenary session entitled “Ideas for Eastern Poland,” organized as a panel discussion. It will be followed by three more panel discussions whose participants will share ideas on how to draw foreign investors to eastern Poland.

The first of the three panel discussions, “Professional Support,” will be attended by members of the Guild of Business Angels, Bilateral Chambers of Commerce and specialized investor service centers. The second discussion, “Investment Appeal of the Region,” will include a presentation of the Starachowice Economic Zone, a discussion of the Eastern Poland Development Program, and a presentation of the Kielce Fair as an event where direct contacts are established and negative stereotypes are overcome. During the third discussion, “New Opportunities,” forum participants will talk about state aid and opportunities presented by trade fairs and business missions and the European Union’s 2014-2020 financial perspective.

Apart from the discussions, the forum will provide participants with opportunities to establish new business contacts, meet officials from institutions handling EU support programs in Poland, share experience and exchange ideas.

The forum is organized by the Grono Targowe Kielce Chamber of Commerce and the Business Centre Club with significant contribution from Targi Kielce.

The first Investment in Eastern Poland Forum was held in March this year. For further information go to www.targikielce.pl
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