2016 marks the 25th anniversary of a revival of Polish-UK close cooperation after the political and economic transformation in Poland, which laid the foundations for a new era of our bilateral relations.
by Daria Kulińska, head of communications, Tesco Poland
Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen from a market stall in London’s East End. Over the years our business has grown and we now operate in 12 countries around the world, employ over 530,000 people and serve tens of millions of customers every week.
by Agnieszka Świergiel – general manager, president of management board, Imperial Tobacco Polska S.A.
There are two companies from the Imperial Brands which operate in Poland: Imperial Tobacco Polska SA, with its headquarters in Tarnowo Podgórne near to Poznań, and Imperial Tobacco Polska Manufacturing SA, with headquarters in Radom.
by Joanna Bańkowska, managing director, BSI Group Polska
One of the ways in which human civilisation has advanced over the past few decades has been the introduction of standards into many business processes, starting with manufacturing industry, leading to far greater reliability built into the things we use.
by Veronica Heaven, managing director, The Heaven Company London Limited
Poland is celebrating more than 25 years of transformational change following communist times; enjoying consistent economic growth, its position as an importer and exporter to other European countries is continuing to expand. The influence and importance of the Polish market is on an upward trend.