The Polish Chamber of Commerce in the USA benefits from the sponsorship of the following important Polish institutions and enterprises.
Chamber Partner Profiles
Owned by the State Treasury and supervised by the Prime Minister, ARP supports Polish enterprises in managing and developing operations, implementing necessary restructuring, providing finance, and preparing long term strategies. The Agency also manages special economic zones and provides properties for investment and industrial development to Polish enterprises.
The State of Poland Foundation was established to present Poland in the new, inspiring light. Its aim is to show Poland for what it is – a one-of-a-kind destination, encaptivating, stimulating, of a well-defined, unique character.
The Foundation’s main goal is to create a positive image of the Polish economy as well as of Poland, both on a national and global scale, through advertising national achievements such as unique products, innovations, technologies, social thought, culture, arts, history, and tradition.
KGHM is one of the world’s largest silver and copper producers with a historic, major mine in southwestern Poland and mining operations in the United States, Canada and Chile. KGHM employs around 34,000 people worldwide.
LOT Polish Airlines is Poland’s flag carrier and ambassador for over 91 years. It’s one of the fastest growing airlines in the world. LOT flies a new state of the art fleet, featuring the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on long haul services and is a member of the Star Alliance. LOT serves Chicago, New York, Newark, Miami and Los Angeles with nonstop services and plans to open routes to San Francisco and Washington shortly.
PAIH supports both the foreign expansion of Polish business and the inflow of foreign direct investment into Poland. It aims to boost Polish exports and assists entrepreneurs on the implementation of specific projects, providing advice on administrative and regulatory matters and facilitation. A member of the Polish Development Fund Group
PKN Orlen is the largest multi-utility company in Central and Eastern Europe. The company is the leading fuel and petrochemicals producer in the region and a major player on the Polish energy market. It manages the CEE’s largest network of over 2,800 service stations.
PKO Bank Polski is Poland’s largest bank and offers a complete range of banking products and services. It is also one of the biggest universal banks in Central and Eastern Europe. An innovator in banking services, its mobile banking app, IKO, is ranked #1 in the world.