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Polish Businesses Explore Collaborations in Gurugram

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Polish Businesses Explore Collaborations in Gurugram
Polish Businesses Explore Collaborations in Gurugram
Polish Businesses Explore Collaborations in Gurugram

Gurugram, March 2nd: A latest occasion, organized in collaboration with PHD Chambers of Commerce, aimed to foster connections between Polish and Gurugram companies. This initiative included the participation of Mr. Tomasz Szypula, Chairman of PTAK WARSAW Expo (Poland), and Mr. Kazimierz Cwikla, Vice President (Head of Development and Expansion).

During the gathering, Gurugram and Polish entrepreneurs engaged in a productive dialogue centered on advancing and creating their respective industries. Notably, on the request of Mr. Gunjan Mehta, Chairman of the National Human Welfare Council and founding father of the Gurugram Industrial Expo, Polish companies agreed to signal a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Gurugram’s industrial organizations. Additionally, a delegation of Gurugram businessmen was invited to go to Poland.

Gurugram: A Hub for Industry

Mr. Gunjan Mehta emphasised Gurugram’s place as a outstanding middle for the automotive, IT, and attire industries. He highlighted that Poland hosts roughly 75 worldwide festivals showcasing these very merchandise yearly. Recognizing the potential for collaboration, Mr. Mehta, who actively engages with companies in India and overseas, facilitated this assembly to attach Indian exporters and producers with Polish counterparts in search of uncooked supplies for his or her garment business.

Meeting Attendees and Significance of the MoU

The gathering featured representatives from numerous sectors, together with entrepreneurs related to the Udyog Vihar garment sector, Chief Pattern Colonel Raj Singhla, PHDCCI Deputy Secretary General Naveen Seth, Shri Rajneesh, President of the Chambers of Commerce Udyog Vihar Association, Shri AK Kohli, and Col. Raj Singhla.

Commenting on the signed MoU, Mr. Gunjan Mehta declared, “This settlement will act as a catalyst for industrial development in each international locations, propelling their economies in the direction of sustained progress.” Furthermore, he prolonged an invite to Gurugram business leaders to go to Poland as a delegation to realize insights into each nations’ companies, demand tendencies, and product and repair high quality. This initiative, readily accepted by the Polish Chairman of PTAK WARSAW EXPO, underscores the dedication to fostering significant collaboration between these two areas.


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