Don’t miss the oportunisty to take advantage of a free office lease agreement review with expert advice!

Did you know you don’t have to wait until the end of your office lease to find out if:

  • The lease terms are beneficial and tailored to your current business needs
  • There are areas that can be optimized to save costs
  • You can renegotiate the existing lease right now

Take advantage of RentCheck – an objective and impartial evaluation of your lease agreement. This free service includes an initial analysis of four key areas:

  • Operating costs
  • Technical solutions
  • Office and employee needs (workplace strategy)
  • Legal aspects of the lease agreement

As part of RentCheck, after determining the main parameters of the office space your company uses and verifying your needs for the coming years, we will provide a free analysis of the most important provisions of your lease agreement and offer suggestions to help optimize it, generating measurable savings.

For more information, visit www.itraglobal.pl/rentcheck

Act with us today! Members of the Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce have priority access to this offer, so we highly encourage you to get in touch.

Looking forward speaking with you,

Łukasz Dreger

Associate Director, Office Department, ITRA Polska

lukasz.dreger@itraglobal.pl

+48 728 377 359

On-line workshop with BALAJCZA – “Why do we say that Japanese is difficult” …or how the mother tongue affects the learning of another languages.

Wednesday, 22 May 2024

11 am-12 pm

What is the goal of this webinar?

  • It’s to learn what tools we use to measure language difficulty, how learning a foreign language is influenced by the mother tongue, and ways to avoid calques.

What will you learn during the webinar?

  • You will learn methods for effectively learning languages that are significantly different from Polish.
  • You will learn in what aspects the languages differ from one another and what the consequences are.
  • I will also tell you how your second and subsequent languages can affect the way you speak Polish.

Who is Izabela Chmiel?

My name is Izabela Chmiel, I teach English and Japanese on a daily basis. I also support expats from Poland, Japan and Spain in developing intercultural and communication competence. I’m currently living in Granada, where I’m learning Spanish and training CrossFit, as well as exploring the pearls and gems of Andalusia on my days off.

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl ;tel.: +48 601 913 446

By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl
Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.

Zimmer Biomet opens Central & Eastern Europe Innovation Hub to meet rising demand for robotics and technology

(Warsaw, Poland) May 6, 2024— Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (NYSE and SIX: ZBH), a global medical technology leader with a comprehensive portfolio designed to maximize mobility and improve health, has opened a new Innovation Hub in Warsaw, Poland, to showcase its advanced technologies, surgical robotics and implants.

“The ZB Innovation Hub is a space for innovation and collaboration, where our customers and healthcare professionals can learn about how Zimmer Biomet solutions can improve efficiency and outcomes for patients,” said Wilfred van Zuilen, Group President, Zimmer Biomet EMEA.

“With this new Hub, we continue to expand access to Zimmer Biomet solutions and increase our training offer to reach even more healthcare professionals. We will showcase our technologies here, including a surgical robot, our smart device solution, and mixed reality lens,” said Kamil Renyi, General Manager for Central & Eastern Europe and Israel.

Zimmer Biomet’s surgical robot provides objective soft tissue feedback and accurate bone resections and collects intra-operative metrics to inform decision-making and deliver data-driven insights. The company’s Care Management Platform empowers patients through smartphones and smart devices as they prepare for and recover from surgery. The holo lens merges real and virtual worlds so surgeons and care teams can collaborate and visualize in a mixed reality environment.

Zimmer Biomet plans to train more than 1,000 healthcare professionals in the next five years at the Hub, which is co-located with the company’s EMEA Global Business Services center.  This site is easily accessible from CEE countries and well connected with many other EMEA markets.  Zimmer Biomet now has four Innovation Hubs across the Emerging Markets region, including Johannesburg, South Africa, Dubai, UAE, Ankara, Turkey and Warsaw, Poland.

Contact:

Melinda de Boer

Head of International Communications

Melinda.deBoer@zimmerbiomet.com

+41 (0)797 65 71 98

About the Company

Zimmer Biomet is a global medical technology leader with a comprehensive portfolio designed to maximize mobility and improve health. We seamlessly transform the patient experience through our innovative products and suite of integrated digital and robotic technologies that leverage data, data analytics and artificial intelligence.

With 90+ years of trusted leadership and proven expertise, Zimmer Biomet is positioned to deliver the highest quality solutions to patients and providers. Our legacy continues to come to life today through our progressive culture of evolution and innovation.

For more information about our product portfolio, our operations in 25+ countries and sales in 100+ countries or about joining our team, visit www.zimmerbiomet.com or follow on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/zimmerbiomet or X / Twitter at www.twitter.com/zimmerbiomet.

Online breakfast with BALAJCZA – “Collective programming of the mind”

Thursday, 16 May 2024

8 am-9 am

On the occasion of the upcoming World Day for Cultural Diversity, we invite you to the online breakfast titled “Collective programming of the mind” on Thursday, 16th May at 8:00 a.m. We will talk about the phenomena occurring at the intersection of cultures. Is culture innate? Is it inherited? Or should it be learned?

You will also discover:

  • how do we know that something is good or bad, normal or “abnormal”?
  • who is to fit in with whom?
  • what is the “melting pot of nations”?
  • what does it mean that “culture is arbitrary in its nature”?
  • why do we experience a culture shock when living abroad?
  • what strategies do we choose to survive in a foreign country?

The meeting will be held by Kamila Radzyńska – business coach, specialised in intercultural communication, member of SIETAR Polska, R&D Manager experienced in foreign trade, romanist, passionate about the Far East, and winner of the Knowledge about France Competition organised by PR III radio and France Inter.

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl ;tel.: +48 601 913 446

By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl
Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.

Investing in Poland 2024: free e-book on tax and legal regulations

Each year getsix® publishes a brochure compiling current tax and legal issues. We cover the most important changes and topics that shape the immediate business environment and have a direct impact on starting and running a business in Poland.

The easy-to-read e-book format systematises and facilitates the access to strategic information from the enterprise’s standpoint.

The “Investing in Poland” brochure is addressed to:

  • entrepreneurs running a business in Poland. It is a valuable compendium of information on the most recent tax, legal and accounting changes;
  • potential investors considering starting a business in Poland. The brochure not only presents a thorough analysis of the Polish tax system, it also clarifies in detail all legal and accounting nuances related to investing in Poland.

The information is structured into four sections:

  • Starting business activity in Poland
  • Taxes in Poland
  • Leasing
  • The social security system in Poland

Our e-book “Investing in Poland 2024” ensures the best tax-related or corporate law decision making for your business!

The getsix® Group is a reliable and trusted partner. We offer ongoing, tailored business support to help you develop, expand and succeed.

Our more than a dozen years of experience guarantee the best-in-class services in the areas of:

Our business solutions are based on the latest IT technology and are certified in accordance with ISO 9001.

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Our team of experts stays at your disposal.

With kind regards,

your getsix® team

Online breakfast with BALAJCZA – “Country-of-origin effect”

Thursday, 25 April 2024

8 am-9 am

When choosing products, do you check what country they were made in? Does “made in China” and “made in Germany” matter? Is the country of origin as important to you when buying a car as it is when buying a T-shirt? We will talk about this at the Online Breakfast “Country-of-origin effect” on Thursday, 25 April at 8:00 am. We invite not only marketing and advertising employees, but anyone who wants to be an informed consumer.

You will learn, among other things:

  • what abbreviations on product labels are worth knowing
  • whether cross-cultural stereotypes affect purchasing decisions
  • how to promote the country of origin of goods
  • how to track down hybrid products
  • in which countries consumer ethnocentrism prevails
  • how companies hide the place of production of goods

The meeting will be held by Kamila Radzyńska – business coach, specialised in intercultural communication, member of SIETAR Polska, R&D Manager experienced in foreign trade, romanist, passionate about the Far East, and winner of the Knowledge about France Competition organised by PR III radio and France Inter.

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl ;tel.: +48 601 913 446

By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl
Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.

On-line workshop with BALAJCZA – The way to our hearts is through the language – the impact of words on our well-being

Tuesday, 9 April 2024

11 am-12 pm

We’ve known for a long time that we should eat right, lead a hygienic lifestyle and get regular exercise and oxygenation. We are also aware of the potential risks and negative effects of what could happen to our bodies if we stop taking care of ourselves.

Unfortunately, we are still far less able to handle the influx of information. In this regard, our knowledge is still more theoretical than practical, as we do not yet have centuries of experience in consciously choosing what is best for us. And the words are flowing to us faster and faster, from all sides and at all times of the day and night. They are like the air – we need it to live, but when its chemical composition changes, we can become poisoned by it. Without warning…

Therefore, the sooner we learn to live healthily also in terms of receiving information, the better for us. We cannot stop the chaotic streams of messages, but we can learn how to sort the informational wheat from the chaff, how to distinguish what serves us from what harms us, how to start controlling the content given to us ourselves and how to filter it.

For information consist of messages ranging from the extremely important and true, through the unimportant and completely irrelevant, to the false and deliberately manipulated. Added to this are texts and images created by artificial intelligence and choices suggested to us by algorithms. All of this mixed together reaches our brains from the digital, but influences our decisions in real life.

All the more reason to know:

  • how to distinguish between what serves us and what harms us;
  • how to tell the difference between true and false information;
  • why ignorance is better than bad knowledge;
  • why you should read books;
  • how artificial intelligence creates hallucinating content;
  • how language differences affect how we experience happiness;
  • does the same word always mean the same thing;
  • why context is important;
  • how what we read affects our well-being.

It is worth learning how to cope in today’s world of information, misinformation and abundance of messages. Not only our well-being, but much more – our survival – depends on it. This is not the first time in human history, by the way, that our environment has changed dramatically. And although it is slightly different each time, the pattern is always similar: only those who learn how to take advantage of this change will survive.

So let’s diligently learn how to consciously choose information and how to use words wisely. And let us be cautioned by one of Polish writers, Stefan Kisielewski, who uttered an ironic observation, in a slightly different context, but still relevant today:

The fact that we are screwed is clear. The problem is that we are starting to get comfortable with it.

We should remain the ones who decide what we want to say and how to understand what has been said, and not let someone – or worse, something – decide for us.

Agnieszka Dydycz, a writer by choice, a financier by education and experience, almost an M.Sc. in construction, a certified tutor, a mentor and coach, a member of the THINK TANK expert council, and a practitioner of the good life, will talk about the influence of language on our happiness. Her books entertain, but also inspire and help us find what is best and most important for us. Two recent novels titled “I will never be taller. But I can be happier!” and “I will never be younger. But who forbids me to try!” remind us that while caring for others, we cannot not forget about ourselves. And also about the fact that we can encounter happiness at any moment of our lives and regardless of the time of day or year, but it’s entirely up to us to notice and use it!

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl
tel.: +48 601 913 446

Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.
By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl

Online breakfast with BALAJCZA: “Sardinia and the British”

Thursday, 21 March 2024

8 am-9 am

Join us on Thursday, March 21 at 8:00 am to explore Sardinia. It will be an encounter not only with nature and the emerald colour of the crystal clear sea. At the Breakfast Online “Sardinia and the British” you will learn about the profiles of extraordinary people, visionaries who have influenced the fate of the island.

You will learn, among other things:

  • who was the “Man Who Wasn’t There”
  • how Operation Mincemeat misled German intelligence
  • which English outlaw explored Sardinia on his “wild pilgrimage”
  • what book best captures the spirit of the island
  • who founded the pioneering sustainable development township
  • where Beyoncé, Cristiano Ronaldo and Sir Elton John spend their vacations

The meeting will be held by Kamila Radzyńska – business coach, specialised in intercultural communication, member of SIETAR Polska, R&D Manager experienced in foreign trade, romanist, passionate about the Far East, and winner of the Knowledge about France Competition organised by PR III radio and France Inter.

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl ;tel.: +48 601 913 446

By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl

Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.

Online breakfast with BALAJCZA – “A journey through the Pearls of Andalusia” …or a big dose of sunshine on a March morning

Tuesday, 12 March 2024

11 am-12 pm

What is the goal of this webinar?

  • To find out what places to visit in Andalusia, how to plan a trip in terms of budget, transportation and timing, and what to do if you don’t speak Spanish.

What will you learn during the webinar?

  • You will discover the most important, but also some of the not obvious places worth visiting in Andalusia.
  • You will find out which modes of transportation to choose between cities and what to do in restaurants when you’re on a vegetarian or vegan diet.
  • You will learn about which dates to choose for best weather and festivals.

Who is Izabela Chmiel?

My name is Izabela Chmiel, I teach English and Japanese on a daily basis. I also support expats from Poland, Japan and Spain in developing intercultural and communication competence. I’m currently living in Granada, where I’m learning Spanish and training CrossFit, and exploring the pearls and gems of Andalusia on my days off.

The meeting will be held in Polish.

To confirm your participation, please contact:

Timea Balajcza, spotkania@balajcza.pl ;tel.: +48 601 913 446

By signing up for the webinar, you consent to receiving marketing information from BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. and the processing of personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Policy published on the website www.balajcza.pl
Please be informed that the participation in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” is tantamount to consenting to the use and dissemination by the organizer, i.e. BALAJCZA sp. z o.o. (KRS 0000659805), of the image of the persons participating in the “Online Breakfast with BALAJCZA” and “Online Workshops with BALAJCZA” provided for in Article 81 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.