What do a Polish food company, whose products are enjoyed by consumers in over 50 countries of the world, and the construction of the largest factory in Europe that will produce batteries for electric cars, have in common? The common denominator is their unquestioned business success, but there is something more.
We have become used to intra-continental trade. Until recently, European countries accounted for over 70 percent of trade volume in the Old Continent. However, this trend is consistently reversing, as demonstrated by the winners of our competition, and trade between emerging and developed markets is growing in intensity, Sławomir S. Sikora, President of the Management Board of Citi Handlowy.
Polish companies are no longer inhibited and their competitive advantages include not only price, but also product quality and innovation
Robert Wawro, General Manager at Maspex