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Belgian Days in Warsaw, Poznań
October 31, 2013   
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The Belgian Business Chamber and the Belgian embassy in Poland are holding their annual Belgian Days event in Warsaw and Poznań Oct. 21-Nov. 15. The event provides an opportunity for participants to learn more about Belgian traditions and establish or expand international business contacts.

One of the highlights of the event will be the CEO Forum for managers of Belgian companies in Poland and executives from Polish companies, with the participation of Polish Treasury Minister Włodzimierz Karpiński.

The Belgian Days agenda also includes an Infrastructure Fair in Warsaw that will focus on the development of roads, bridges, railroad infrastructure and public facilities. Last year’s Infrastructure Fair attracted over 100 exhibitors and 3,000 visitors, according to Małgorzata Napierała-Vincent, general manager of the Belgian Business Chamber.

The Sharing Experiences in Logistics conference will provide an opportunity to establish contacts with businesspeople from the logistics and transportation sectors. The Belgian Gastronomy Week in Poznań will offer attractions such as the exotic-sounding molecular dry-ice and liquid nitrogen dinner—prepared by “molecular gastronomy” virtuoso Jean Bos, former chef to the Belgian royal family and founder of the Molecular Academy in Poland.

The Belgian Days also include Mussels and Fries evenings in Warsaw, an event for seafood enthusiasts featuring top Belgian chef Kristof Delaure, who, together with the head chef of the Batida chain, will prepare dishes that will delight even the most demanding taste buds.

Beer lovers will appreciate the Belgian Beer Tasting extravaganza to be held in Warsaw.

There will also be a feast for movie-goers: the Belgian Film Festival. This is a one-of-a-kind event, targeted at movie enthusiasts with an interest in Belgian culture. The festival is being organized in Poznań for the first time and involves six screenings of films including the award-winning production Tango Libre, which was well received at last year’s Warsaw Film Festival.

The Belgian Days in Poland are being held under the auspices of the mayors of Warsaw and Poznań. The IBB Andersia hotel is helping organize the Poznań meetings.

More information about Belgian Days and a detailed schedule of events can be found on the Belgian Business Chamber’s website at www.belgium.pl
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