More Irish companies are to open their branches in Poland and expand their activities in the country. On June 4-5, a group of Irish businesses will – under the leadership of representatives of Enterprise Ireland, an Irish government agency supporting Irish exports – participate in a trade mission to Warsaw and meet representatives of Polish enterprises interested in their services. Representatives of the Irish government hope to further develop the cooperation between Polish and Irish companies, especially in the field of new technologies.
Currently, the value of Polish-Irish trade amounts to €3.5 billion and is growing by 10-15 percent per year. Various analyses show that the Polish community in Ireland is becoming increasingly active in business. There are numerous examples of companies founded by Poles and supported financially and logistically by Enterprise Ireland.