Polish entrepreneurs’ support for Minister Morawiecki’s plan, growth prospects of Polish economy and increasing its innovativeness and potential – these issues were discussed by President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski at the 37 Camacol Congress in Miami. The Congress is one of the most important business events in the region, deepening business relations between companies from as many as 25 states.
The discussion panel included representatives of the Polish-American Chamber of Commerce and the Polish Embassy and Consulate in Washington.
The President of Employers of Poland talked a.o. about Polish entrepreneurs’ opinions of the “Morawiecki’s Plan” and the opportunities it creates for Polish economy. He emphasized that employers will support the plan, because it involves solutions they have long advocated, such as the “Constitution for business”, facilitating innovation and promoting Polish products globally.
His presentation also included key objectives for the growth of Polish economy from employers’ perspective. They include a.o. investment growth to a level over 25 percent of the GDP, spending on research and development equivalent to 2 percent of the GDP and industrial production growth faster than GDP growth. He also discussed the feasibility of achieving these goals by 2020.
The debate was also an opportunity to present partners form North and South America with a summary of business opportunities in Poland. Workshops were very popular among businessmen from continents, which gives hope for intensified economic cooperation.