Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce
The Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1998 and is located in Warsaw. It is a voluntary association in Polish law, not funded by public institutions. The Chamber currently has about 180 members, which include most of the Swiss companies operating in Poland.
The Chamber seeks to establish favourable conditions for the development of Polish-Swiss economic relations. Our objectives include the following:
- to support the business activity of our member companies (networking)
- to act as a representative body for Swiss investors in Poland and Polish investors in Switzerland
- to promote and support Polish-Swiss economic relations, develop cooperation with other bilateral chambers, as well as Polish and Swiss business organisations
- to promote Swiss investments in Poland and Polish investments in Switzerland
The Chamber of Commerce Switzerland-Central Europe SEC(www.sec-chamber.ch) is the official partner of the Chamber in Switzerland.
The Polish-Swiss Chamber is an associate member of SwissCham, the Association of Swiss Foreign Trade Chambers (www.swisscham.ch).
We co-operate also with the organization Health Tech Cluster Switzerland (www.healthtech.ch).