On November 20th, President of the City of Warsaw Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz and President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski signed a letter of intent on cooperation in the coming years.
– As a local government we have tried to help entrepreneurs for years with a number of pro-investment and pro-development initiatives. We encourage large investors to be present in the capital, a.o. through our participation in the biggest estate fairs in Cannes and Munich. We are also supporting those who try their luck themselves – we created the Smolna Entrepreneurship Centre, which functions as an incubator facilitating the development of business activity – said President of Warsaw Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz.
– Warsaw has a great future, which is why we want to support its further growth. The capital is not only an office and economy centre – it also has all the makings of a centre of innovation – said President Andrzej Malinowski. – We are full of optimism and hope that our cooperation with the City Hall will prove very fruitful, particularly for the inhabitants of our city – he added. He drew attention to the possibility of using opportunities provided by Employers’ of Poland contacts in international organizations to support Warsaw’s actions on the international forum. These contacts will enable the transfer of the best practices and experiences in cooperation between the public and private sectors, as well as in creating jobs in knowledge-based areas of the economy.
Cooperation will also involve creating a permanent for the exchange of ideas and dialog between city authorities and Employers of Poland in order to improve mutual understanding and solve problems in a manner contributing to the improvement of living and working conditions in Warsaw.
Employers of Poland will also cooperate with the City Hall on various initiatives and projects in the field of research and development within the Warsaw Technology Zone. The Organization will also promote solutions supporting the development of the transeuropean transport network in the Warsaw metropoly through the use of financial resources acquired in public-private partnerships.
Employers of Poland will also participate in elaborating and presenting the city’s investment offers for international fairs and expos. The City Hall will also cooperate in organizing the Polish Economic Congress and promoting companies from branches of strategic importance to the city.