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UKTI newsletter 4

  1. 1. Hot off the press two global reports confirm Emerging Europe as a GREAT Business destination. PWC’s November ‘Global Economy Watch’ uses an innovative Economic Scorecard approach to identify pockets of opportunity in the global economy – CEE it for yourself. The latest World Bank Report ‘Doing Business 2014’ compares the global opportunity landscape for SMEs and highlights a number of GREAT areas of progress in our region. It’s high time for UK companies to make more of the GREAT business opportunity in the region. Moving into a new era of nuclear energy
  2. 2. Emerging Europe is ahead of the game with ‘Clean Energy Fresh Perspective’ At the recent Emerging Europe Nuclear Energy Forum in Prague delegates from across the political, economic and business spectrum talked the long-term benefits of Nuclear energy programmes in Emerging Europe. Civil nuclear is an attractive opportunity for UK companies. The UK is a GREAT partner for going Nuclear - a ”technology neutral” partnership is our USP ‘Generating GREAT growth in nuclear energy’ begins with partnership and working together The UK has rare experience in the civil nuclear supply chain. In being ‘technology neutral’, the country is well-positioned in working with partner countries, developing and implementing solutions for their energy development challenges. Working together, upskilling and capacity-building is at the heart of our competency offering. Download PDF files: British-Czech Nuclear Forum Energy opportunities in Poland Energy opportunities in Slovakia Energy opportunities in Romania Energy opportunities in Hungary
  3. 3. Energy opportunities in Bulgaria COP 19 opens in Warsaw – the UK is well positioned to partner Poland in modernising its Energy Sector The modernisation of Poland’s energy sector over the next 30 years is valued at €100 billion, with security, efficiency and diversification being key drivers and the UK is a real innovator in this respect: New World Bank Report confirms Poland’s attractiveness as a business development priority in Emerging Europe The World Bank’s recently published ‘Doing Business Report 2014’ confirms Poland has made significant progress over the last decade in doing business. Check out this exclusive interview with the World Bank’s Warsaw Division: Download pdf file: Doing Business 2014 Poland's new golden age ‘Emerging markets near at hand’. Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Sajid Javid, has firsthand experience of the region’s 'emerging' and 'emerged' opportunity Speaking to Martin Oxley, Director of UK Trade and Investment at the British Embassy in Warsaw, at Central Europe’s Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland, Mr Javid expounds on the huge prospects for growth in the CEE region and even better opportunities for UK investment in one of the only European countries not to suffer from the recent recession.
  4. 4. ‘Prospects are GREAT’ in Poland and Emerging Europe. Logisitcs and efficient POS Distribution is at the core of delivering growth Raben Group CEO, Ewald Raben, is providing easier modes of transport via his customer-focused logistics solutions and market-generating support for exporters looking to trade in Europe’s highest potential growth region. Here he talks about the opportunities available and how he can help: PAUL TAYLOR - REGIONAL HEAD, UK TRADE and INVESTMENT, British Embassy, Prague TIM BUISSERET - HEAD, UK TRADE and INVESTMENT, British Embassy, Sophia If you enable images or click on a link, you agree that you give British Embassy Warsaw permission to use cookies§ through this email. Cookies help us to understand whether you have opened the email and how you have interacted with it. They may also be used if you have already enabled images, or if we are in your safe sender list or equivalent. To find out more see the end of this email. You have received this email because your address has been stored in our database as we have previously received a message from you. If you do not wish to be sent similar newsletters in the future, please unsubscribe by sending an email to © Copyright British Embassy Warsaw, 2013, All rights reserved