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
Director: Agata Boutanos (email@example.com)
Nazar Bobicki – Advisor to the Board of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers, and Union Representative in Ukraine, in charge of “Europe–Poland–Ukraine. Rebuild together” project local coordination in Ukraine. The programme aims to create and bolster relations between European, Polish and Ukrainian business communities, and to prepare a framework for cooperation in the future reconstruction of the Ukrainian state and economy.
Maidan Plaza (Майдан Плаза)
Maidan Nezalezhnosti 2 (Майдан Незалежності 2)
01 001, Kyiv (Київ)
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- establishing direct B2B (business-to-business) relationships between Polish and Ukrainian entrepreneurs, thus opening up opportunities for Polish companies in Ukraine;
- help Ukrainian companies that wish to expand their operations to the European market through their presence in Poland by means of their relocation to Poland;
- preparation of a framework for attracting Polish capital and Polish privately held companies to the post-war economic reconstruction of Ukraine.
The foreign office in Kiev, under the supervision of the Union’s Warsaw headquarters, implements these tasks by means of dialogue and direct contacts with the Ukrainian government, local authorities and leading Ukrainian business associations, during high-level public events as well as through a pro-active presence in Ukrainian media.
The key partners of the Union’s office in Kyiv are the European Business Association (EBA), the Union of Ukrainian Entrepreneurs (SUP) and the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.