The Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Poland has been located in the reconstructed Mniszchów Palace in the centre of Warsaw since 1962. The Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium houses a diplomatic and a consular sections as well as the Office of the Brussels Capital Region.
The Office of the Brussels Region at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium assists all Brussels-based companies in their projects in Poland (export, investment, search for a business partner, etc.).
It also assists the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region in its relations with Polish local authorities (mainly with the Voivodeship of Mazovia). Moreover, it promotes the territory of the Brussels Region as a place for investment dor dynamic Polish companies.
Flanders Investment and Trade is the economic representation of Flanders abroad, well represented in the major trading nations. In Poland, Flanders Investment and Trade holds offices in Warsaw and Poznań. The leading sectors of the Flemish economy include the chemicals, construction, life sciences and logistics sectors along with the dynamic high-technology sector.
Flanders is also a region of great creativity, with Antwerp as the undisputed fashion capital of Belgium, a booming music and film industry, a range of top designers and a number of world-class companies in the events sector.
Trade between Wallonia, the southern Region of Belgium, and Poland has been booming since the accession of Poland to the EU. To support this trade, the Polish office of Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency (AWEX) informs Polish companies about business opportunities in Poland.
We promote development opportunities for foreign companies in Wallonia. AWEX has a worldwide network of Economic and Trade offices and is ISO 9001 certified.
The International Group of Chambers of Commerce (IGCC) was established in 2005 on the initiative of the former President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce (CCIIP) Vittorio Hemsi. The aim was to create a united platform of communication for the international business community with the Polish Government.
Each member of the IGCC is identically represented on the Board and is able to contribute to define the action plans and activities of the organization. Activities of any Chamber, which organises events and meetings with Authorities for its member companies, are better coordinated. Starting with four Chambers as founders, CCIIP-BPCC-AMCHAM-CCIFP, today IGCC brings together 13 Chambers of Commerce representing 16 Countries and 2000 companies, which employe hundreds of people contributing to 90% of foreign investments in Poland.