Despite the continued uncertainty over the Brexit trade agreements and the single market, the UK marketplace is still very attractive to EU Entrepreneurs.
Despite the continued uncertainty over the Brexit trade agreements and the single market, the UK marketplace is still very attractive to EU Entrepreneurs. Thus is the message being relayed at the 6th annual Polish Business Link Congress in November 2019
Running a business alone a long way from the familiar environment of your native country for many Polish and other diverse entrepreneurs is challenging. Polish Business Link is organising its annual Congress event in London focusing on helping diverse business owners grow in the UK and prepare for the coming changes.
The focus of the day will be on “Futureproofing your Business” and will not only focus on Brexit but also on what future challenges and developments lie ahead. Who would have thought, just ten years ago, that today there’d be thousands of newly set-up small businesses across the UK making money by writing apps for smartphones, engaging on behalf of their clients on social media or delivering all manner of goods bought online?
Bartlomiej Kowalczyk, Congress organiser comments: “Ten years from now, where will the new businesses be coming from? Internet giants such as Uber and Airbnb continue to disrupt traditional business models and we are seeing virtual and augmented reality glasses replacing TV screens while vitrual currencies may eventually replace hard cash. Is health tech the next boom area….will small businesses be able to get involved in this or will the largest corporates dominate? Will consumers in the West prefer to spend money on experiences rather than things?”
Date of the congress will announced soon, please register here: www.pblink.co.uk/newsletter
The PBLINK concept is grounded in the idea that strong networking skills are extremely important for entrepreneurs who are building their businesses a long way from the familiar environment of their native country. PBLINK mission is to help entrepreneurs to grow business in the UK by arranging valuable business introductions to find new business partners, franchisees, distributors, investors or other like-minded people willing to set up a business.