- We care for businessman
- We advocate entrepreneurs’ interests in the government
- We make foreign markets accessible
- We promote the “Fair Play” rules
Polish Chamber of Commerce (PCC) founded in 1990 is the largest economic self-government institution in Poland. We group above 150 business organizations.
PCC promotes social responsibility of business. Our trainings and conferences encourage to implement the highest standards of business ethics. Entrepreneurs which are the most meritorious in the social field get awards in The “Fair Play Enterprise” Program.
PCC cares about entrepreneurs in the international arena. PCC is a member of EUROCHAMBRES, Association of the European Chambers of Industry and Commerce, which groups the European chambers of commerce, and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris. PCC also cooperates with the biggest worldwide national organizations. By taking a chair of Vice President of Eurochambres, the President of PCC, Mr. Andrzej Arendarski enforced PCC’s position in the european arena.
PCC does its best to increase the international recognition of Poland. PCC is aware of chances that Polish companies will have on the international markets if Poland is perceived more positively. That is why PCC organizes national exhibitions (Hanover, Aichi), invites entrepreneurs to international trade, fairs, trade missions, economic forums, multi and bilateral business meetings.