Polish exporters have to bank on innovation and efficiency. These criteria are indispensable for successful competition on a global scale.
How will Polish export look like in the coming years, which export destination will develop the fastest, what are the expectations of exporters and what state support they may count on – these were the topics of the debate “Export without restrictions – how to maintain growth dynamics”, which took place during the gala of “Rzeczpospolita’s” Exporters Club.
According to Piotr Kamiński, Vicepresident of Employers of Poland, Polish companies seeking to expand abroad have to invest in innovation, particularly as the new EU financial perspective provides financing for it. However, the division of these funds may be a problem. – An overwhelming majority of them is available to micro-entrepreneurships, who may have trouble carrying out projects without the support of larger entities. Meanwhile, we should support large champions – who, in turn, should help those who are only starting out in their garages – says Kamiński. He added that improving efficiency was key. – There are many areas where we can compete with the best. The thing is that we have to do it on a global scale. Local competition does not make much sense – he said.