Accreditations and Memberships
British Polish Chamber of Commerce
The British Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPCC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes and facilitates business, trade and cultural relations between Poland and the UK.
The Chamber's regular events in Poland include business mixers, conferences, seminars and workshops aimed at the international business community and at Polish exporters interested in the UK market. Shortly before Poland joined the EU on 1 May, 2004, the BPCC began holding regular events in London, looking at various aspects of doing business in Poland.
Polish - German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK Poland) is not only a bilateral chamber with the highest number of member companies in Poland, but also one of the largest German Foreign Chambers of Commerce (AHK) in the world .
AHK Poland represents the interests of around 1,000 member companies and twenty years working for the development of Polish - German economic relations.
Urban Land Institute Poland
The Urban Land Institute, or ULI, is a nonprofit research and education organization with offices in Washington, D.C., Hong Kong, and London. Its stated mission is "to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide".
ULI advocates progressive development, conducting research, and education in topics such as sustainability, smart growth, compact development, place making, and workforce housing.
Member: Mariusz Witkun, Arkadiusz Osiński
Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers
Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers was established by the Law of Professional associations of architects, engineers and urban planners on 15th December 2000.
The Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers unites over one hundred thousand engineers and technicians with building qualifications in the following specialties: architecture, construction, roads, bridges, demolition, railways, telecommunication, installations of heating, ventilation, gas, water and sewage networks, systems and devices, electrical and power systems and devices.
Members: Arkadiusz Osiński, Mariusz Witkun, Grzegorz Piórczyński, Maciej Górbiel, Krzysztof Fedor
SIDiR is the Polish association, which brings together individuals and - as supporting members - private companies engaged in independent engineering consultancy, such as feasibility studies, design, work supervision, management of project implementation. Members of SIDiR, have to be independent consultants, engineers, and must have excellent qualifications and knowledge of the work in international markets. SIDiR Statutes also require its members to maintain high ethical standards and comply with the rules of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC).
Member: Arkadiusz Osiński
Polish Council of Shopping Centres
The Polish Council of Shopping Centres was established in Cannes at Mapic 2002, with the support of the International Council of Shopping Centres. In 2002 there were over 120 Shopping Centres in Poland with many other projects in the pipe-line. As customers the Poles have enthusiastically adopted this new shopping and leisure experience.
By collaborating with the different national Shopping Centre Councils, ICSC and the POHID, the PRCH endeavours to further our profession and promote our successes, not only in Poland but also throughout Europe.
Certificate of Business Credibility BISNODE
This Certificate is a prestigious token of recognition awarded only to companies which satisfy specific criteria.
The Certificate is granted to companies whose financial standing gives an assurance of excellent viability, financial strength and liquidity, with an insignificant amount of debts or registered overdue payments.