Market opportunities in Central Asia to be presented in Warsaw

Market opportunities in Central Asia to be presented in Warsaw

On 9 November 2018, Investors and Exporters Service Center of the Mazovia Province, being one of leading provinces of Poland, will host in the Agency for Development of Mazovia free information meeting for entrepreneurs “”New Silk Road. Central Asian markets: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan as a development chances for exporters”.

The event is aimed at raising awareness of local business community on export opportunities at the Central and Easter Asian markets.

The meeting will be attended by Mr. Piotr Słojewski, Vice President of the Management Board of the Agency for Development of Mazovia.

The key speakers of the meeting will be Tomasz Tomaszewski Director of DOSTLIK Association and Mrs. Ewa Ginal-Tomaszewska, Director of TETO-LEDER company.

The TETO-LEDER company for several years has specialised in the organisation of industry trade missions to countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, and Serbia.

TETO-LEDER is the initiator, founder and member of the DOSTLIK Association, which includes companies and organizations from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan.

The speakers will provide crucial information on investment opportunities and significance of the New Silk Road for Central and Eastern Asia.

The participants of the meeting will be informed on how to search for business partners and enters these markets, which industries have a chance to succeed in these markets.

Mazovia is the central region of Poland and the country’s economic leader. The province specializes in such sectors as trade, telecommunications, financial services, insurance, IT, motor and petrochemical industries.

The economy has been mostly privatized with the private sector producing over 75% of GDP.

It lies at the crossroad of trade and communication routes connecting the east and the west of Europe. It is here, in Poland’s most populous province, where hundreds of the biggest domestic and foreign companies have established their headquarters.