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 Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik

Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik

Position: Director, Foreign Investment Department

Responsible for promoting Poland as an investment destination, servicing investors interested in starting their businesses in Poland, (mostly business location advisory and state aid issues), supporting Polish entrepreneurs abroad and rendering aftercare services. Graduated from the Roman Philology at the Warsaw University. Attended postgraduate studies in the School of Business of the Technical University of Warsaw and French HEC, as well as Polish – French PhD programme. Speaker at many conferences on the topic of Business Services Sector, foreign direct investment and public aid.

Participates in the sessions:

  • Polish investments around the world – ambitions and outcomes

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    Polish investments around the world – ambitions and outcomes

    Polish investments around the world – ambitions and outcomes

    • Achievements of state-owned enterprises and private investors as verified by investments’ profitability
    • New political context at home and in the world. Consequences for various industries (copper and other raw materials, oil, upstream, chemicals)
    • Where are there still opportunities and where are risks increasing? Should we reassess our plans, including disinvestments? 
    • Common features of investments that have proved immune to political upheavals around the world and thus profitable
    • Investing in developing countries – common benefits to investors, the economy and local communities
  • Foreign investments in Central Europe

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    Foreign investments in Central Europe

    Foreign investments in Central Europe

    • Foreign investors do not give up in hard times. Investment appeal of Central European countries
    • Incentives and requirements. How are foreign investors treated in the V4 countries?
    • Pro-investment state policy – a point of view of investors
    • Valuable, desired, attracted investments – the state’s point of view
  • The future of the BPO/SSC sector in Poland and Europe

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    The future of the BPO/SSC sector in Poland and Europe

    The future of the BPO/SSC sector in Poland and Europe

    • Development of the business services sector in Poland and across Europe. Rising centres and development directions
    • A new challenge – human resources. Required skills and their availability. How to manage limited resources?
    • Have human resources become a barrier to growth? New locations mean new employees
    • Reserves in the labour market? The role of recruitment, training and motivation
    • Infrastructure and commercial real estate versus sector expectations
    • Where is the BPO/SSC sector headed? The latest trends, internal evolution of industries, process automation
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