Australian Ambassador Paul Wojciechowski visited the Australian Business Cultural (B&C) Centre in Poznan on 15 April 2016
On 15 April 2016, Ambassador Paul Wojciechowski visited the Australian Business and Cultural Centre in Poznan, run by NCIC & the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Australia.
Did you know that nearly 1000-year old Australian timber from Nullarbor is now available to Polish artists and master furniture craftsmen (www.nullarbortimberslabs.com )?
Ambassador Paul Wojciechowski was shown ancient timber samples by Tom Matysik, Vice President of the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Australia NCIC
Tomasz Matysik (Vice President of Polish Chamber of Commerce Australia Inc.) and Trajan Musial (NCIC Consultant) promoted Australia - Poland bilateral cooperation during the biggest Business Forum in Lubuskie Region in Poland. For more information please click here
NCIC and PCCA is actively participating and organising events in Poland and Australia to enhance awareness on business opportunities for Polish organisations in Australia with New Zealand and Australian organisations in Poland with Central Europe.
At the 2015 Fine Food Australia exhibition, NCIC and the Polish Chamber of Commerce Australia Inc. (PCCA) was proud to cooperate with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, Canberra, to exhibit premium food products from Poland. The four day event at Olympic Park in Sydney was showcasing over 1,000 exhibitors from Australia and across the globe.
The Polish Embassy stand displayed leading Polish food companies that took part in the Fine Food Australia exhibition, which was held in Sydney between 20-23 September 2015.
SBS visited the Polish stands at Fine Food Australia, interviewing the representatives of the Polish companies and the Polish Embassy. SBS stated that the diet of Australians has been transformed by the foods and flavours introduced by migrants over the years.
The NCIC Team wishes you a joyful Easter with family and friends.
Celebrating our third birthday today, NCIC is excited about our upcoming projects in Poland and Australia for this year in both business and the arts. We are working across a broad spectrum of industries with our innovative and talented clients to help expand their businesses overseas. Australia-Poland economic and cultural relations are growing from strength to strength, and we are proud to be a part of it.
2015 has started off strong for NCIC. Our new logo and website celebrates how far we have come, and also what lies ahead for us this year and beyond. Since we opened the very first Australian Business Cultural Centre in Europe during 2013, we continue to grow as we create new economic and cultural bridges between Australia and Europe.
NCIC is passionate about promoting the best of Australia in Europe, particularly innovative businesses and original art works. We are excited to be working with talented emerging Australian Artists to promote their work amongst new audiences overseas. To learn more about the talents of our Art Partners, visit our new website. Art works can also be bought online via the NCIC Art Gallery.
We thank you for your interest in what we do, and invite you to join us.
New Challenge International Consultancy Pty Ltd (NCIC) has established the Australian Business Cultural (B&C) Centre to offer a professional and tangible platform for Australian organisations to enter Central European markets more easily. Based in Poznan, Poland, the B&C Centre is in a strategic location where key trade fairs in Central Europe are held.
Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive: Researching the EU from Australia and New Zealand
9 – 11 September 2013, Australian National University, Canberra
An international conference convened together by the European Union Centres in Australia and New Zealand at the Australian National University, Monash University, RMIT University and the New Zealand EU Centres Network
Date: Thursday, 11 July 2013
Time: 4.00 - 5.00 PM AEST
Venue: Remote access via your computer
Cost: FREE for all ECA Members / $20 registration fee for non-members
How to register:
To register, please click here.