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    Webinar, Opportunities in the Automotive Sector in CEE ? Webinar by UKTI Warsaw

    Start date: 04/12/2014
    Cost: Free Please book via Link

    Find out about new business opportunities in the automotive industry in Central and Eastern European countries.

    Central Eastern Europe (CEE) has an important share in the world’s automotive industry. Currently, CEE countries hold not only a strong position in terms of producing finished cars (the Czech Republic has become the leading producer of passenger cars in CEE), but more and more plants delivering particular vehicle components are being located in this region. Over 3.5 million vehicles were produced in the region last year and the area is becoming an important production base for the EU market. The rise of emerging markets gives the automotive industry new business prospects. Both challenges and opportunities arise in the growing middle class, considerable import of second-hand vehicles to Poland, evolving government regulations and increasing competition. Large international distributors could be interested in contracting production of private label products and unbranded automotive parts and components. During our webinar we will focus on specific automotive opportunities in CEE including a supply chain, familiarising UK companies with business environment, important basic macroeconomic indicators, providing information about the availability of EU funds, operation of automotive clusters and the system of special incentives for investors in the form of special economic zones in Poland. We will provide success stories of British companies already active on the Polish and CEE market. We would like to discuss opportunities for manufacturers of components for electric/ hybrid vehicles.

    Free Click Link to Book

    European Regional Development Fund Northern Powerhouse
    Partners Department for Business Innovation and Skills Finance Birmingham