The Belgian Business Chamber (BBC) was founded in 1992 as an informal club. Nowadays, as an Employers’ Union, it brings together Belgian companies and Belgian entrepreneurs who are involved in economic, social or cultural activity in Poland and Poles who are interested in co-operation with the Belgian business environment. For 24 years the Belgian Business Chamber is the first point of entry for Belgian businessmen and investors in Poland as well as a forum for exchanging valuable knowledge and experience on how to do business in Poland successfully. It also aims to promote Member companies on the Polish market.


Polish Chinese Business Council Association is the country’s Poland-China bilateral trade and investment coordinator. Founded in 2013 as private non-profit business and cultural association. Our board provides actual insight into sino-polish trade and investment issues and develops connections that ensure our members business success. 

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We develop through relationships or guanxi the partnership between Polish and Chinese companies. We organize a series of networking receptions, investment forums, trade missions and other related activities.

 Our mission is to help Polish companies of all sizes and sectors, whether new entrants or established operations, access the full potential of the fastest growing market in the world. On the other hand we are going also to help Chinese companies to do the same on the Polish market.

We create and support all initiatives and projects addressed to governments and parliaments both countries, helping development between Polish and Chinese business.

 Polish Chinese Business Council Association is exclusive polish member of EU–China Business Association (EUCBA). EUCBA is the EU-wide federation of national non-profit business organisations in the European Union with specialization and particular expertise in exchange of knowledge on investments and trade with China. At current, EUCBA unites 20 members in 20 countries repre­senting more than 3,500 companies – large, medium, and small, in all branches of industry, commerce and the service sector.

EUCBA promotes direct investment and trade between China and the EU through international exchange of information and joint projects of its members – providing European companies a stronger base for expanding trade cooperation with China.

 Our board strives to provide our members and the general public with information that is current and important to make critical business decisions.

We founded our organization to promote a greater understanding and connection between Polish and Chinese entitles and to boost trade and investment opportunities and develop cultural relationships between our countries.

 We deliver a wide range of practical services, including advice and consultancy, matchmaking, organizing conferences, business breakfasts and cultural events, market research, event management, an overseas market introduction service, trade missions and exhibitions and setting up representative office.

Our members represent a wide range of sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, hospitality, construction, law, transportation, mining and energy, information and communication technology and education.



The French-Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFP) is an employers’ association bringing together over 450 French and Polish firms. For 21 years the CCIFP has been working for the interests of Polish and French investors by acting as a networking platform for the exchange of business experiences and best practices between companies. Last year the CCIFP organized around 100 events such as business mixers, conferences, seminars, meetings with influential politicians and economists, gathering nearly 6,000 participants.


Polish-Iranian Business Council has been established to promote co-operation and improve trade relations between The Republic of Poland and The Islamic Republic of Iran.
Aiding private enterprises in expanding into the region with the goal of successfully exploiting new business opportunities that have recently arisen.
Members of this chamber of trade and commerce have access to a wide variety of resources, expertise and services to help facilitate expansion into Iran.

Polsko-Włoska Izba Gospodracza

The Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland (CCIIP) is:

  • Indipendent association of employers operating in the Polish market
  • Recognized by the Italian Minister of Econimic Development as official Italian Chamber of Commerce abroad
  • Founded in 1996, it represents the Italian investors in Poland
  • The membership shall also be open to Polish capital companies


Polish Chamber of Commerce for High Technology IZTECH was established on February 1, 2008 as an independent, public-legal non-profit organisation to foster development of the Polish high-tech industry. Members of the IZTECH originate from a wide range of industries and are legal and natural persons performing business or scientific activities in various fields of the high-tech economy (companies, universities and research institutes, technology centres, technology clusters, industrial parks and financial institutions supporting high-tech industry).


JETRO – the Japan External Trade Organization – is a Japanese government-related organization, established in 1958, which works to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world.
JETRO Warsaw, established in 1975, conducts activities aimed at supporting Japanese companies in Poland, promoting Polish investments into Japan as well as enhancing industrial co-operation and mutual understanding between Japan and Poland.
JETRO Warsaw is one of the foremost sources of Japan-related trade and investment information in Poland. Regardless of the nature of your business, if you are interested in business with Japan, JETRO Warsaw will offer you advice and give information about the Japanese market.
Talk to JETRO first about business in Japan!


Polsko-Libijska Izba Gospodracza

Polish Libyan Chamber of Commerce is a Independent Organization of the Economic Autonomy working basing on the Polish Law and the own Statutes. Target of the activity is the aid of the development of intercourse economic and commercial among Poland and Libya and advancement of Polish economic business in Libya and Libyan economic business in Poland.


The Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce (SPCC) is one of the biggest bilateral chambers in Poland with nearly 400 members. SPCC is an association established by and for business people having links to Scandinavia or interest in this region. The main office is located in Warsaw and the Chamber is active in Poznan, Tricity, Cracow, Szczecin and Wroclaw. SPCC offers its members a wide range of activities, such as networking business mixers, seminars, thematic branch committees, conferences and breakfast meetings with renowned personalities from the world of politics and economy. Membership in SPCC offers not only networking opportunities with an elite group of high-performing managers of Nordic companies, but is also a way of finding inspiration for everyone who would like to expand their own business.