American Chamber of Commerce in Poland

Established in 1990 the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland (AmCham) seeks to be the leading voice for international investors in Poland, representing its member companies, the investor community at large and demonstrating the positive role that business and commerce play in the development of the country and society. Currently, AmCham boasts as many as 360 members who were the largest foreign investors in Poland in 2010.

PKPP Lewiatan

Polish Confederation of Private Employers Lewiatan was established in January 1999 as a nation-wide representation of employers to the state and trade unions. Today it is an organization of 62 sector and regional associations of private employers and 22 individual members. Thus in total there are about 3,750 companies employing over 750,000 workers. Each association is an autonomous organization that associates individual enterprises, each possessing its own statute and management.

US-Poland Business Council

Based in Washington, DC, the USPBC comprises 25 U.S.-based multinational companies with business interests in Poland. As the leading business association in the USA focused on Poland, the Council ensures that American executives and key Polish and U.S. government decision makers have a forum to advocate for further trade and investment opportunities in Poland and amicably resolve issues that might prevent future economic growth in commercial relationship between the two countries.