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Second Polish-British Business Trade Investment Forum to take place in Warsaw

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Second Polish-British Business Trade Investment Forum to take place in Warsaw

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The second Polish-British Business, Trade and Investment Forum will take place on June 27-28 in Warsaw, under the lead theme "Building Clean Growth Together".

The Polish-British Business, Trade and Investment (BTI) Forum is a unique platform for Polish and British businesses to connect with a broad range of potential partners, clients and investors, and to hear from experts and analysts about the latest trends and challenges in Polish-British trade relations.

The forum was called for by the Prime Ministers of both countries at the UK-Poland intergovernmental consultations in December 2017. The first edition of the Forum brought together over 200 high-level representatives of business, government, media and think-tanks from both countries, who participated in a variety of sessions dedicated to business trends and opportunities in the UK and Poland.

This year’s BTI Forum will focus on the topic of clean growth, under the lead theme “Building Clean Growth Together”. The UK remains committed to domestic and international efforts to tackle climate change, and cooperation between the UK and Poland on matters related to clean growth is closer than ever. The two countries have recently launched a global initiative for fostering zero-emission transport, ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP24, held in December 2018 in Poland.

Participants of the BTI Forum will have the chance to participate in special workshops and expert discussions on matters relevant to clean growth, such as offshore energy, e-mobility, and green finance.

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