The Polish Business Roundtable is an association of owners and top managers of the largest companies operating in Poland. The association was founded in 1992 and represents most sectors of the Polish economy.
The Polish Business Roundtable:
Key postulates of the Polish Business Roundtable:
The General Assembly is the highest authority of the Association. It is composed of regular members and held at least once a year. The General Assembly is responsible for:
The Board of Directors is composed of the President and two to six Vice-Presidents. The Board of Directors is responsible for:
The Audit Committee is a controlling organ of the Association. It supervises the financial activities of the Association and submits an annual report to the General Assembly.
The Arbitration Board settles disputes concerning the Association’s members.
The Polish Business Roundtable was established in 1992. The impulse for the establishment of the organization was a conviction that Polish business in the new conditions of free market and democratic Poland needs a strong and reliable representation.
During the 1st General Meeting of the Polish Business Roundtable, the Association published its first declarations: “Memorandum of the Polish Business Roundtable: the Conditions of New Economic Order” and “Memorandum on the Rural Areas and Food Economy.”
The Polish Business Roundtable, the Confederation of Polish Employers, and the Business Centre Club signed the “Agreement for the Economy.”
Recognizing the necessity of a proper public representation of private employers, members of the Polish Business Roundtable established a new organization – the Polish Confederation of Private Employers. In the same year, the Office and Club of the Polish Business Roundtable were moved to their current location in the Sobański Palace (Aleje Ujazdowskie, Warsaw, Poland).
The Polish Business Roundtable launched the Career Program – paid internships in companies related to the Association's members for talented students and alumni of universities in Poland and abroad. Already at that time, the program covered most sectors of the Polish economy.
The Polish Business Roundtable merged with the the Council of Managers and Entrepreneurs.
For the first time, the Polish Business Roundtable Awards were presented in three categories: An Award for Success – for most exceptional achievements in business; An Award for Innovation – for innovative and visionary ventures that set new standards and trends; and An Award for Social Engagement – for social projects that improve lives of those in need.
A year later, the fourth category was added: A Special Award – for an exceptional contribution to Poland’s economic and social development.
The Polish Business Roundtable formulated the most important element of its mission.
The Polish Business Roundtable celebrated the 25th anniversary of its establishment.
The Polish Business Roundtable hosted the Gala of the 16th edition of the Career Program, which offers paid internships for students and alumni of Polish and international universities. On November 7th, the participants of last year’s edition of the Program and graduates from previous years met with representatives of employers, including members of the Polish […]
On September 23rd, the Polish Business Roundtable held the debate „Voices of Reason: What do political parties offer entrepreneurs?,” which we organized in cooperation with a leading Polish think tank Polityka Insight. Representatives of the largest election committees took part in the debate. Law and Justice was represented by Leszek Skiba (Undersecretary of State in the […]
The Polish Confederation of Private Employers’ Lewiatan and 54 other employers’ organizations have called Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to maintain the limit on contributions to the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). A draft budget for 2020 presented by the Polish government assumes an elimination of this limit. In the appeal, employers’ organizations warn that the elimination […]