Representation of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) to the EU represents interests of the Polish enterprise sector. It deals with general matters concerning all enterprises, it also works within sectors present in ZPP. The ZPP representatives in Brussels are responsible for maintaining relations with the most important EU institutions and stakeholders in economic matters.
One of the key areas of their activity is integration and cooperation with other employers' organisations from Central and Eastern Europe. When working with the most important legislative projects (concerning general and sector matters) they will perform together with other entities.
Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers ZPP Representation to the European Union, Rue de Pascale 22 1040 Brussels
The beginning of the 21st century is the time of the Internet. The dynamic development of technology results in rapidly progressing changes in various areas of the economy, including the media market. The legislator, trying to keep up with these processes, describes them and with help of legal provisions establishes limits for them. Unfortunately, […]
After the European Commission revealed its “Connectivity Package” on February 23, 2023, which involved a preliminary consultation on the “Future of the electronic communications sector and its infrastructure,” as the European Enterprise Alliance, we want to express our apprehension regarding the proposal to implement a mechanism that would require substantial direct payments (“network contribution,” “network […]
On Thursday, April 27, 2023, European Enterprise Alliance, in partnership with ZPP Brussels Office, organized a Polish PA Professional Networking event in Brussels to address EU-Polish relations as well as institutional and private relations. The key Speaker and Special Guest was Barbara Glowacka, a Member of the Cabinet of the European Commission. Cabinet Member Ms […]
After our working lunch on the topic held on April 14th, 2023, we organized a webcast in partnership with SME Connect and European Enterprise Alliance. The event was held fully online and was hosted by MEP IVAN STEFANEC, who was the President of SME Europe of the EPP, a board member of SME Connect, and […]
The European economy continues to show resilience in a challenging global context. Lower energy prices, abating supply constraints and a strong labour market supported moderate growth in the first quarter of 2023, dispelling fears of a recession. https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_23_2723
To ensure a human-centric and ethical development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Europe, MEPs endorsed new transparency and risk-management rules for AI systems. https://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20230505IPR84904/ai-act-a-step-closer-to-the-first-rules-on-artificial-intelligence
Commissioner for Transport Adina Vălean and Moldova’s Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Lilia Dabija, signed in the presence of Moldova’s Prime Minister, Dorin Recean, an agreement in Chisinau, associating Moldova to the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme. https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_23_2611
After the European Commission revealed its “Connectivity Package” on February 23, 2023, which involved a preliminary consultation on the “Future of the electronic communications sector and its infrastructure,” the European Enterprise Alliance, we want to express our apprehension regarding the proposal to implement a mechanism that would require substantial direct payments (“network contribution,” “network fee,” […]
A significant discussion is taking place in Europe with potential ramifications for the Internet’s future. The European Commission is deliberating over fresh regulations governing network interconnections on the Internet. It is contemplating proposals that, without exaggeration, could impede Internet speed for users and pose risks to its overall stability. Our Member European Enterprise Alliance we […]
In Europe, a crucial debate is unfolding, which carries profound implications for the future of the Internet. The European Commission is actively considering new regulations pertaining to interconnections between networks on the Internet. These proposals, which can only be described as alarming, have the potential to both hinder Internet speed for consumers and jeopardize the […]