The event is organized in connection with the Romanian-Polish Intergovernmental Consultations.
The Forum will be opened by the Prime Ministers of both countries: Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland and Nicolae Ciucă, Prime Minister of Romania.
The aim of the event is to present the potential of Romania and Poland and to strengthen the possibilities of mutual trade and investment cooperation between entrepreneurs and institutions. After the official
part, the program includes a session of individual business talks between the companies. The business forum and b2b meetings will be held in English.
The most promising areas of Polish-Romanian cooperation indicated by our partner include the following sectors: defense industry, energy, food industry, IT/C, transport and logistics as well as Smart Cities and urban mobilities.
The mission at the Bucharest Forum is organized in close cooperation with the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Bilateral Polish-Romanian Chamber and with the support of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency.
Due to the schedule of preparations and the short time before the event, please confirm your participation in the mission by March 16 this year. The Romanian economy has recorded a steady, significant economic growth as well as development in many areas of economic life and in the public sphere. GDP per capita growth in 2021 was 5.9%.
The Romanian market consists of over 21 million consumers, whose purchasing power will increase as the country’s economic development continues. Undoubtedly, a positive aspect is the friendly attitude of Romanians towards Poland and Poles, who perceive our country as a successful country with a successful economic transformation. Our great advantage is that goods from Poland are highly valued in terms of their quality and competitive price.
Romania is an attractive area of activity for Polish investors. As a member of the EU, Romania has access to European funds and additionally offers significant public aid for foreign investors, conditioned by the size of investments and the number of new jobs. From the point of view of the region, Romania is its leader, being the largest Balkan country in terms of population and having the second (after Greece) indicator of the global value of GDP in this region.