Exploring opportunities from British-Polish tech partnerships.
About this event
The fourth British-Polish Tech Forum draws on the experience from previous editions of this successful event. This annual conference aims to explore new opportunities in the context of British-Polish partnerships, from setting up tech hubs in Poland, outsourcing, remote working, R&D and optimising cross-border tech sales to securing international venture capital.
Aimed at CIOs and CTOs from across all sectors of industry and commerce in both countries, the event will offer fresh insight into the forces shaping the tech markets in Poland and the United Kingdom. There's also a practical focus on networking, ensuring that new high-level contacts can be made, opening the doors to exciting possibilities, including opportunities to develop commercial partnerships between British and Polish tech companies.
Date and Venue
Venue: The event will occur in the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in the City of Westminster, London, close to the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Central Hall Westminster and Parliament Square.
Address: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, 2nd floor, Gielgud Room Broad Sanctuary, London, SW1P 3EE.
Time: Wed, 7 December 2022, 08:45 – 15:00 GMT
10:10 Presentation by Polish Investment and Trade Agency
approaches/ regime compatibility, energy crisis, global supply chain disruptions, public health
challenges, access to critical technologies and resources, e.g. semiconductors) + QA
international development programs, cross-border investment, future of work and sourcing global
talent) + QA
- venture capital- international outlook
- cross- border remote working opportunities
Registration open in November 2022
Please note that this pre-registration ticket is not a guarantee of your attendance. The organisers will review all pre-registrations, and only approved; selected delegates will be offered a ticket of attendance. The final list will be confirmed two weeks before the event by email. You will hear from us by then whether your registration has been approved—priority registrations for businesses and professionals working in tech-related roles. Suppose you are (or work for) a supplier of Tech/Digital products and/or services or work in recruitment, consultancy, sales or business development roles. In that case, your registration might not be guaranteed.