PROJECT „IMAGING GROWTH”. Partner’s Meeting in Biella 24-25.06.2010 Polish Chamber of Commerce. PRESENTATION CONTENT. Polish Chamber of Commerce (PCC) – basic information Women’s enterpreneurship – PCC experience Women’s enterpreneurship in Poland
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Partner’s Meeting in Biella
Polish Chamber of Commerce
30 May, 1989 Act on Chambers of Commerce
„Thechamber of commerce is an organization of business self-governancerepresentingtheeconomicinterests of itsaffiliateentitieswithinthescope of their manufacturing, commercial, construction or service activities, notably
intheirrelationswiththe State autorities”
CURRENTLY: 139 MEMBERS
FOR UNEMPLOYED WOMEN” (NQW)
AIM OF THE PROJECT
Support women into employment across all of Poland (16 voievodships):
Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (state agency) is planning to make special research (years 2010-2011) dedicated women’s enterpreneurship in Poland.
The main aim of the research is to desribe conditions which will allow women in Poland run business activity in harmony with their family duties, barriers for development of women’s enterprises in Poland (both on the start up stage and during running business activities). Thanks to results of those reserach new legislation solutions and and new state activities will be proposed to government to increase level of women’s eneterpreneurship in Poland and to increase number of successful women’s enetrprises.
In Poland isregistered about 4 mln SME eneterprises. Only half of them can be treated as active one, so it can be said that in Poland about 2 mln enterprises is active on the domestic market.
Approximately 25-30% of SME in Poland is run by women, so we can say that about 500 000 active companies in Poland represents women’s enterpreneurship.