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									PRESS RELEASE

                                                                                  Warsaw, 15 March 2011



                     China and Poland do business at China Expo Poland 2011

Poland’s first ever trade show devoted entirely to economic cooperation with China is about to
take place – China Expo Poland 2011. The honorary patrons of the show are the Polish
Chamber of Commerce and the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency. The event
will be held from 8-10 September at the MT Polska Trade Fair and Congress Centre at ul. Marsa
56c in Warsaw. During China Expo, many companies from the People’s Republic of China will
be presenting a wide range of products including furniture, white goods, electronics, bathroom
fixtures, office products, home furnishings, clothing, footware, souvenirs, decorations and
textiles. Experts will be conducting symposia on various aspects of trading and doing
business with Chinese partners. What’s more, there will be many contests and attractions for
visitors, including dancing dragons, kung fu and oriental food. China Expo Poland is
organised by China Town Travel S.C. and MT Polska. Admission to the show is free.

“This year will see the first edition of China Expo Poland, the largest trade fair in Poland totally devoted
to economic cooperation with China. The three days of the show will be a perfect opportunity for
displaying Chinese companies and products, which are distinguished not just by their attractive prices,
but by top quality. The show will also provide a forum for Polish and Chinese entrepreneurs to
establish direct business contacts, which will no doubt be beneficial to both sides. China is Poland’s
largest Asian trading partner, and many Polish businesses are now interested in effective cooperation
with Chinese producers and exporters, even if it may not seem a simple task to maintain stable
relations with suppliers over such a great distance. During the show, experts will be presenting ways
of cooperating effectively with Chinese partners, ways already being used by many businesses in
Poland. One important thing is that small family businesses fit in here very well. That’s why we’re
counting on representatives of small and medium-sized companies taking part in the symposium in
order to discover new ideas for developing their business,” says Bartosz Sosnowski, President of the
Management Board of MT Polska.

“During China Expo Poland, visitors will also have the chance to get to know the cultural side of China,
thanks to numerous attractions accompanying the show. There’ll be plenty of displays and
demonstrations, so at our event you’ll be able to experience how in China tradition is coming up
against the modern world. The show already looks promising, especially since the whole facility has
been assigned to the event – that means 10,000 square metres of exhibition space,” adds Bartosz
Sosnowski.

More than 250 exhibitors from China have announced their participation in China Expo Poland. The
event will be accompanied by an interesting program of panels and presentations on such topics as
cultural differences when doing business with Chinese partners, supporting mutual investments in
China and Poland, and financing trade with China. The event will be a valuable source of information,
and of advice and tips from the experts on how to start up and conduct business with the Chinese.

All visitors must register - free of charge – and this can be done in advance online at
www.chinaexpo.pl or during the show. Admission to the event is free. Those who sign up for the


                                            KONTAKT:
    Kinga Szkutnik, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 609 88 44 80, e-mail: kinga.szkutnik@practum.pl
     Iwona Wiącek, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 666 303 006, e-mail: iwona.wiacek@practum.pl
   Anna Omelańska, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 666 366 188, e-mail: anna.omelanska@practum.pl
China Expo Poland newsletter on the show’s website will have a chance to win prizes in contests
organised before the event.

The Trade Fair and Congress Centre at ul. Marsa 56C in Warsaw, where the first edition of China
Expo Poland 2011 will be held, is just 9 km from the city’s Central Railway Station, 6 km from the
Eastern Railway Station, and 14 km from Fryderyk Chopin Airport. The Centre has 1,500 parking
spaces and a permanent taxi stand. The venue can also be reached by any of 10 bus lines from
various points in Warsaw, or from the Central or Eastern Railway Stations by the Mazoviecki Railway
Line.

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MT Polska manages one of the most modern convention centres in Poland - the MT Polska Trade Fair and
Conference Centre. The Centre is ideally suited for holding fairs, conventions, conferences and events (including
banquets, concerts and sporting events). It is a fully modern facility with wide loading docks, special driveways for
trucks, and a columnless structure which makes the venue fully adaptable, even in the case of non-standard
arrangements and complex installations. The Centre is air conditioned, spacious, and has full office support to
guarantee that your fair, event or business meeting is held in comfort. The MT Polska Centre at ul. Marsa 56c has
a total of 15,200 square metres - 10,000 square metres of exhibition space, 4,000 square metres of grounds, and
1,200 square metres of office and conference facilities.
The company MT Polska was established in 1993. Initially, it organised trade fairs. Since 2008, MT Polska has
been the operator of the Centre at ul. Marsa 56c, and this currently comprises its core business activity.




                                            KONTAKT:
    Kinga Szkutnik, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 609 88 44 80, e-mail: kinga.szkutnik@practum.pl
     Iwona Wiącek, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 666 303 006, e-mail: iwona.wiacek@practum.pl
   Anna Omelańska, Practum Consulting, tel. 0 666 366 188, e-mail: anna.omelanska@practum.pl

								
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