Looking for new directions of development, both larger companies and smaller start-ups have begun to boldly go beyond the borders of the country with their business. Are Polish entrepreneurs ready for foreign expansion? How should they prepare for it to ensure continuity and stability of international business?
During an online conference organised together with ICAN Institute experts from the Be Polish Be Global think tank shared with participants the tools, methods, and best practices in the field of internationalization of enterprises.
The way to know the target foreign market before making an investment decision;
Tools used to take care of the company outside of Poland;
Method of diagnosing the legal and tax environment of an entrepreneur in various regions of the world;
Funds for financing foreign expansion that Polish entrepreneurs can count on;
How to use the potential of e-exports;
Barriers currently facing entrepreneurs planning international development;
Breaking the pitfalls of organizational culture and human resources.
Monika Nowecka - Vice President of the Management Board of Mazars in Poland, Partner responsible for accounting and HR and payroll services
Mariusz Koczwara - Sales Director, ADP Polska
Piotr Kuba - Member of the Management Board responsible for Investments, PFR TFI
Tomasz Ślagórski - Vice-President of the Management Board, KUKE
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