About the Council
The US-Poland Business Council is a Washington, DC based non-profit organization that promotes commercial relations between the United States and Poland. The mission of the Council is to enhance trade, investment and the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and Poland, and to educate the public about its importance.
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. We also provide a platform for engagement and dialogue to amicably resolve issues that might prevent future economic growth in our commercial relationship.
Roundtable meetings: USPBC regularly engages U.S. and visiting Polish government officials through roundtable meetings to discuss member companies’ interests in the U.S.-Poland commercial relationship. We have hosted the President, Deputy Prime Minister, and Foreign Minister of Poland; the Undersecretary of the U.S. International Trade Administration; and many others.
Business missions: USPBC annually leads a delegation of member company executives to Poland for high level meetings with government officials and business leaders. The Council has been received by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Environment, and top advisors to the Prime Minister. Companies are also able to seek one-on-one meetings with relevant Ministers and Deputy Ministers.
Conferences: USPBC plans and participates in various conferences aimed at promoting bilateral trade and investment between the U.S. and Poland.
Events: USPBC organizes and supports major events on Capitol Hill and in the diplomatic community to promote the U.S.-Poland bilateral relationship and educate key leaders about its importance.