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Warminsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship open to Scandinavia

September 18, 2017

The President of NPCC Ewa Danela Burdon at the “Open to Scandinavia” conference in Elblag.

 

International Conference, open to Scandinavia, organized by the Marshall of the region and the president of the city of Elblag, 14th of September at the beautiful premises of Elblags City Hall,  attracted several investors and entrepreneurs from Finland and Sweden. Both countries have well established investments in the region, are pleased with cooperation with local authorities and sees possibilities for further growth and business-engagement in Warminsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship.

What is special Warminsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship?

The Region, one of the most beautiful in Poland when it comes to nature and tourism, offers incentives for investors and creates friendly environment for entrepreneurship, innovation and business development ideas. There is more space and need for mutual investments between entrepreneurs from the Region and Scandinavia. Local authorities hopes that Norwegian investors will soon join Finland and Sweden and will find their way to Elblag and Warminsko-Mazurskie. They believe that NPCC may become a good door opener to Norway and… from Norway to the  Region.

NPCC was invited to the conference to present Chambers activities, Norwegian market place with its potential as well as possible arias of business cooperation and investment. Npcc will be more than happy to provide direct contact to local authorities and key-specialists responsible for investments and business development in Warminsko-Mazurskie and the city of Elblag.

 

 

 


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