Business Centre Club was established in 1991. It is a prestigious Club for entrepreneurs and Poland’s biggest individual employers’ organisation.
BCC has 2500 members (individual persons and companies).

BCC members who represent approximately 250 cities and towns are associated in 24 regional lodges located all over Poland. BCC associates representatives of all industries, international corporations, financial and insurance institutions, telecommunication companies, leading Polish manufacturers, universities and colleges, publishing concerns and well-known lawyer’s offices.
BCC is actively involved in economic lobbying for free-market economy development, creation of appropriate legal regulations and protection of Polish entrepreneurs’ interests. So far, the Club members have been consulted by all Polish Presidents and Prime Ministers. BCC experts co-create and provide feedback on economic acts of parliament, participate in parliamentary commissions’ meetings and recommend their solutions to Polish ministers and MPs.

 The BCC Monitoring Committee comprising of outstanding professionals is involved in ongoing assessment of the government’s activities.
Since 2002, Business Centre Club has been representing the employers’ interests in the Tripartite Commission for Social and Economic Affairs and, being a employers’ association, participates in most important Polish social and economic affairs, i.e.: participates in activities related to the Budget Bill, negotiates collective labour agreements with trade union representatives, provides feedback on legislative acts and their drafts, submits motions to the Polish Constitutional Tribunal in relation to the compliance of bills and other regulations with the Constitution, undertakes actions towards the public administration, local authorities, the Sejm and Senate to protect its members’ economic interests, files lawsuits, submits motions for prosecution, deals with private indictments and participates in ongoing proceedings protecting the interests of BCC members.
BCC expresses the entrepreneurs’ opinions in the Provincial Commissions for Social Dialogue as regards issues within the scope of employers’ organisation’s operation in the competences of the government and local authorities operating in a

given voivodship and investigates social or economic issues resulting in conflicts between employers and employees.

Within the framework of the activities for the social dialogue development, the BCC employers’ association represents entrepreneurs in voivodship and district Employment Councils, Labour Protection Council, Guaranteed Social Benefits Fund, Supreme Employment Council, Statistical Council, Supervisory Board of the State Fund for Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons and the Social Insurance Company; furthermore, in Monitoring Committees for individual Operational Programmes (functioning in 2007-2013) which act as independent advisory-consultative bodies for the Managing Authority related to a given Programme. BCC has initiated the Dialogue Forum, i.e. a communication platform for individual social groups in relation to the issues that are most vital for Poland's economic development. The Dialogue Forum associates economic, scientific, journalistic, legal, medical and students’ circles representing 25 country-wide organisations comprising 1800 public associations which influence over 5 million citizens.

The Club also includes the Poland-wide initiative called the BCC Students’ Forum.

BCC is an international organisation awarded in the European Parliament seat with the European Economic and Social Committee’s award for its substantial contribution into propagation of European integration and identity. BCC’s honorary members include: José Manuel Barroso, Leszek Balcerowicz, George Bush, Jerzy Buzek, Jacques Chirac, Bill Clinton, Janusz Lewandowski, Margaret Thatcher, Władysław Bartoszewski and Lech Wałęsa.
Since it was established, BCC has been propagating the ideas of corporate social responsibility.

Contact: : Business Centre Club

Plac Żelaznej Bramy 10

00-136 Warszawa

phone. (22) 625 30 37, 825 96 04

fax (22) 621 84 20


Łódź Special Economic Zone (LSEZ, ŁSSE) is a separated area of the Republic of Poland, where business activities can be conducted on special, preferential conditions, defined in the Law on Special Economic Zones (Journal of Laws 94.123.600 as amended), as well as the Ordinance of the Council of Ministers (Journal of Laws of z 29.12.2008, no 232, item 1548).

Łódź SEZ  was established in 1997 to foster the economic growth of the Łódź region, and its activity is planned until 2020. The Zone is managed by the Łódzka Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna S.A. (Łódź Special Economic Zone Joint Stock Company) seated in Łódź.

Łódź SEZ’s tasks and comprehensive services include:

  • promotion the Zone and activities within the Zone;
  • promotion of companies operating within its area;
  •  gaining and servicing new investors;
  • conducting tender procedures or negotiations related to the land or constructions included in the Zone;
  • issuing permits for starting business activities within the area of the Zone;
  • investment counselling related to the state aid acquisition procedures;
  • routine supervision of the enterprises operating within the Zone;
  • investment advisory services;
assistance in meeting business partners who may provide all necessary services for the investors (Partners).


Łódzka Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna

ul. Ks. Tymienieckiego 22/24

90-349 Łódź

phone: (+48 42) 676 27 53, 676 27 54,

fax: (+48 42) 676 27 55,



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