One of the primary aims of this redesign was to showcase the Chamber’s members in a better format than previously accomplished via the old website and also to promote membership. The Irish Polish Chamber is an effective networking and influencing organisation founded in 2005.
Their mission is to: “PROMOTE AND ASSIST THE DEVELOPMENT OF IRISH/POLISH BUSINESS RELATIONS”
The Egovenz theme uses Elementor; which provides an easy-to-use content management system to the end user. Plugins used for the website included; Loginizer, Slider Revolution & Wordfence Security.
The Irish Polish Chamber of Commerce are an independent non-profit organisation, and they seek to foster and promote bi-lateral trade and investment through networking events, market assistance, information, industry events, social events and much more.
Their focus is to assist their Members growing their Business, to bring people together, and to make things happen. They work in close collaboration with the Embassy of Ireland, Enterprise Ireland and Bord Bia, and in 2018 together they produced the Irish-Polish Business Directory. Two-way trade between Ireland and Poland is worth over 3.5 Billion Euro annually. The Enterprise Ireland Office in Warsaw opened in 1998. The Bord Bia Warsaw Office was opened by former Taoiseach Enda Kenny in 2017, and covers 11 Countries in the CEE region. They have a busy programme of networking events, business breakfasts, economic briefings, St. Patrick’s Day events, family summer barbeque with Cumann Warszawa GAA Club, Christmas ceili family event, and their annual flagship event Flavours of Ireland dinner, in partnership with Bord Bia and Origin Green. The event showcases high quality Irish food and drink to the Polish market.
They are a member of IGCC, the International Group of Chambers in Poland, a group of 16 international Chambers which represent over 2,000 companies representing the most significant foreign investors in Poland. IGCC has a rotating six-month Presidency, and they held the Presidency of IGCC during the first half of 2019. The IGCC arranges meetings with Government Ministers and key senior Institutional leaders holding decision making authority in Poland that influence the economy and legislation. The meetings are an excellent forum for their Chambers Members to hear perspectives from Polish Leaders and to discuss their concerns of importance. They would be delighted to welcome you as a member of the Chamber. Whether you are a start-up or a long-established company, all Irish and Irish associated companies, their employees, and families, are invited to be involved in the mix of professional and social benefits that members enjoy. The Chamber’s diversity of membership is one of their key strengths.