U.S. - Poland Relations: New Business Opportunities

2/1/2008

U.S. Ambassador to Poland Victor Ashe will be the guest speaker as the Sawyer Business School and WorldBoston present a discussion, “U.S. - Poland Relations: New Business Opportunities,” from 12:15-2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, 2008, at the Omni Parker House, 60 School St., Boston. 

The discussion will center on investment opportunities in Poland and business relations between the United States and Poland.

“Global leadership is at the center of the Sawyer Business School’s curriculum,” said William J. O’Neill, Jr., dean of the Business School. “We are dedicated to providing students with the highest quality business educational experience possible to prepare them to compete more effectively in the global economy. Our partnerships with organizations such as WorldBoston assist us greatly in this effort.”

Panelists include: John McCaslin, commercial counselor, American Embassy, Warsaw; Roman Rewald, chairman, American Chamber of Commerce in Poland; Pawel Wojciechowski, president, Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency; Sebastian Mikosz, secretary general, International Group of Chambers of Commerce; Henryka Bochniarz, president, Polish Confederation of Private Employers LEWIATAN; Col. Stanley Prusinski, chief, Office of Defense Cooperation, American Embassy, Warsaw; and Zofia Sobiepanek-Kukuryka, commercial specialist, U.S Commercial Service, American Embassy, Warsaw.

WorldBoston, a non-profit organization that promotes greater understanding of international affairs, focuses on educational outreach and providing professional networking opportunities.

“Hosting distinguished speakers such as U.S. Ambassador Ashe gives our members and the Greater Boston community a tremendous opportunity to connect with the world beyond their offices, homes and classrooms,” said WorldBoston Executive Director Bill Clifford.

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