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Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce
November 29, 2012   
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For many companies deciding to invest in a foreign country, the experience of their local colleagues already present in that market has proven particularly valuable. The exchange of information, the possibility of establishing business relationships or benefiting from the experiences of companies that have been successful on the market can be crucial for newcomers, while it gives established companies a chance to further develop their business contact network.

This was the starting point for establishing the Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce (SPCC) in 2004, which was formed from the merger of four independent business organizations: the Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish Chambers of Commerce. Currently, the SPCC is one of the biggest bilateral chambers of commerce in Poland and represents the interests of Scandinavian investors. The Chamber also associates Polish companies interested in Scandinavia.

“The Chamber serves as a contact platform for companies who want to share their experiences and develop business relationships,” says Carsten Nilsen, Chairman of the SPCC Board. “Members of SPCC represent the most important branches of the Scandinavian economy.”

Scandinavian investors, united in one organization, form a strong group, whose members, despite different agendas and interests, are able to join forces to work together to grow their business in Poland. It also fosters more effective relationships with other interest groups.

The head office is located in Warsaw and regional representatives are present in Poznań, Cracow, Wrocław, Szczecin and the Tricity. The SPCC offers its members a wide range of business meetings such as thematic conferences and seminars, business mixers including so-called business matching, as well as meetings with renowned figures from political and economic circles in both Scandinavia and Poland.

Scandinavia is perceived very positively by Poles and Nordic companies are attractive employers. “Supporting the activities of our member companies, we wish to promote Scandinavian business practices, such as transparency in business, collaboration, corporate social responsibility, respect for employees, communities and the environment,” says Agnieszka Kowalcze, Director of the SPCC.

Agnieszka Kowalcze, SPCC Director
Carsten Nilsen, Chairman of the SPCC Board
Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce
40B Wi¶niowa St., apt. 9; 02-520 Warsaw; tel. +48 22 849 74 14
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