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The advancement of digitisation has significantly benefited the European economy. Despite this, the Digital Single Market has yet to transition from an aspiration to a tangible reality. Over the forthcoming years, both European institutions and Member States must enhance their efforts to remove all regulatory barriers and establish a favourable digital environment for the growth of European SMEs – was the conclusion of the Working Lunch titled “Digital Single Market Future & Opportunities for SMEs”, that took place on December 5th in Brussels.


Position Paper on Wind Energy Action Plan

The European Enterprise Alliance and the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) present our strong endorsement of the Wind Energy Action Plan, an ambitious and transformative strategy poised to shape the future of Europe’s energy landscape. Rooted in our commitment to sustainable development and economic prosperity, we support this initiative, recognizing its pivotal role in actualizing the European Union’s lofty goals for wind energy deployment…

Joint Association Letter on Artificial Intelligence Act

We, the undersigned organizations, appreciate the opportunity to share our perspective on the upcoming crucial negotiations during the fifth round of trilogues on the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA). We would also like to express our gratitude to EU policymakers for their work on AIA regulation – our community supports its overarching goals of increasing Europeans’ trust in artificial intelligence and advancing innovations created within EU Member States…

Memorandum of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on proposals of amendments to European Treaties: A blow to Poland’s competitiveness and while...

The European Union is a specific structure (sui generis), which escapes traditional typology. Its uniqueness is best demonstrated by the fact that no analogous entity exists – all others brought up in this context (either the Hanseatic League or the Holy Roman Empire) had existed in the period preceding the emergence of modern nation states…

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the employment of foreigners

Recent years have brought a considerable increase in the number of foreigners in Poland. According to data from the Social Insurance Institution, the number of foreigners registered at the end of July 2023 for social insurance amounted 1.097 million. For reference, it was 651 thousand at the end of 2019, and merely 184 thousand in 2015…

Commentary of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the amendment to the EU pharmaceutical law

Limited availability of medicinal products has become noticeable not only on the Polish, but on the entire European market. All EU member states face the challenge of a shortage of raw materials, increased production costs, logistic problems, and competition from Asian markets…

Report by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers and Symfonia 
on the 2023 SME digitisation level “Digitisation of the SME sector in Poland”

According to a study conducted by Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers, 10 months before the obligation to use the National e-Invoice System KSeF enters into force, only 60% of Polish companies see the need for deeper digitisation, while 38% of them use only basic tools in business. The group that declares the lowest level of digitisation are micro-entrepreneurs, almost 40% of whom claim that they do not use any digital tools…
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