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November 26, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

On Thursday 29 November 2012 from 18:00 – 20:30 in Dublin, will be held and the Polish Business Forum meeting on starting and running a business in Ireland. ADMISSION FREE – BOOK PLACE HERE Reserved seats will be named in the order of arrival of the first book in a row. Sign up NOW! During the meeting, students will learn how to start your own business in Ireland, how to promote and develop. Commercial Counselor of the Embassy tells about the opportunities in the Polish-Irish trade, representative of the Polish school of management skills development and business planning, book your appointments account for taxes and duties to the tax authorities and a lawyer for legal forms of business. Participants will be able to ask the guests questions about legal issues, company registration, accounting and tax aspects, sources of funding, sources of business information, business education and others. The event is not just for people who are planning to start a business, but also for businesses who would like to benefit from the assistance of a lawyer, accountant or Embassy and exchange experiences and practical information on running your business.

It will also be a great opportunity to promote your company, products, services (contact now with Wojciech Wrona: ).

The meeting will end discussion on barriers and opportunities faced by Polish entrepreneurs in Ireland and practical presentation of the Polish entrepreneur who has successfully run his own business in Ireland brand distributing food products to the network Frost dozen stores across the country.

We encourage you to participate in a study of Polish companies in Ireland NOW, during or after the event to show the economic activity of the Poles. The survey is available ONLINE.

WHAT? Answer the following questions:

How to plan a business and education?
What is the legal form to choose?
How to account for taxes?
What skills should have and how to develop them?
How to promote your company?

1st Artur Banaszkiewicz , Polish Academy Open – business planning and personal development
Second Boino Krystian , JC Hoban & Co. – lawyer – economic activities
3rd Catherine Zajączkowska, Noone Casey – bookkeeping and accounting duties taxes
4th Bank of Ireland – access to finance for business interruption
5th Councillor Jacek Jędruszak – trade opportunities in the Polish-Irish and support of the Embassy
6th Tony O’Neill Insurance
7th Tomasz Chmielewski – The success of the brand Frost in Ireland
8th Discussion of Polish business in Ireland
9th Networking led by Wojciech Wrona – Global Network of Polish Entrepreneurs

Date and address:

November 29, 2012 on Thursday in the hours. 18:00 – 20:30

Wynn’s Hotel Dublin, 35-39, Lwr. Abbey St., Dublin 1, Ireland

Contact: Arthur Banaszkiewicz, T: +353 1 269 1370, E: .

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