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gaston909 3 | 10
5 Jun 2012  #1
I am looking for a fluent Polish speaking business partner in Warsaw.
A strong level of English will be essential.

Is anyone able to recommend where I can begin my search.

People with experience of business but who are not currently committed to any one business are preferable. I want someone who will be dedicated to the venture.

If anyone has any suggestions where I can find a talent pool, possibly recent graduates, that would be very helpful.

Thank you in advance.
gdyniaguy 1 | 281
5 Jun 2012  #2
Hi Gaston

if i were a Polish businessman I would need more then just vague information. Are you running a scam, a brothel or a serious business.
MoOli 9 | 484
5 Jun 2012  #3
where I can find a talent pool, possibly recent graduates

Buddy you sound like a new kid in the block...recent graduate???? with no experience who would royally mess up your work dealing with ujzads!May I suggest look for someone with couple yrs experience until you are looking for hot pants:))
gdyniaguy 1 | 281
5 Jun 2012  #4
recent graduate????

OMG is that how they are turning out degree students now?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
5 Jun 2012  #5
I am looking for a fluent Polish speaking business partner in Warsaw.

What kind of business we're talking about ?
gdyniaguy 1 | 281
5 Jun 2012  #6
Grzegorz... on one hand chastising all foreigners for overtaking Polish businesses and on the other enquiring to this post.

Im confused!
MoOli 9 | 484
5 Jun 2012  #7
OMG is that how they are turning out degree students now?

Degree with paper and no experience?will royally F$$K up...maybe its good for new architects who would make a project with new materials cheaper way....but then again you will need experience even to start....certainly not a fresh graduate as a business partner with no experience even how/when to clap during a corporate meeting:)
OP gaston909 3 | 10
5 Jun 2012  #8
Ok,

Lot's of interesting speculation here, but nothing helpful so far.

I have a successful company in the UK but I am relocating to Warsaw and would like to start a new enterprise.

Recent Graduate - If the candidate is smart enough, I am happy to coach them, even without prior business experience. But I am going to be reliant on someone with a fluency in Polish for a lot of the day to day grind so I would rather we both were equally invested and committed.

I am looking for a good place to start my search, possibly a busy Polish business forum, as this certainly doesn't seem to be the place.

If you have any helpful suggestions I would be very glad to hear them.

Thanks
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
5 Jun 2012  #9
Im confused!

I wouldn't call that confusion...
wawa_marek 1 | 129
5 Jun 2012  #10
a busy Polish business forum

What kind of business? There are some general business forums, but in my opinion it isn't a good place to find serious business partner. If you don't want to write more details in this thread you can contact me by PW.
OP gaston909 3 | 10
6 Jun 2012  #11
Are you able to let me know about the general business forums?

That might well lead me to my next step...

Thanks.
poland_
6 Jun 2012  #12
any suggestions where I can find a talent pool, possibly recent graduates, that would be very helpful.

You need someone with contacts to get involved in any venture in PL, getting some freshman will not help open doors for you or deal with legal matters.
gdyniaguy 1 | 281
6 Jun 2012  #13
I wouldn't call that confusion...

I would. Your either with foreign investment in Poland or against it. or talking rubbish.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
6 Jun 2012  #14
One more ignorant. You can rate foreign investments just like anything else but of course this islander, a green field advanced industrial investment is the same as Tesco.
gdyniaguy 1 | 281
14 Jun 2012  #15
Obviously you havent been in a democracy long enough to see how it works. What advanced industrial investment are you talking about?.. in the UK we spend more on R and D then most of the world. We invest in not only industrial development and technology but also in genetic research etc. I hardly think that a samsung LCD plant or a cholcolate factory are an advanced industrial investment!!!

As i said before commie....Tesco not only sell things but also buy things and create things in Poland. They create jobs and wealth and also open up polish goods to a worldwide market that the Poles would have no idea of exploiting. This is why Tesco are one of the biggest supermarket chains in the world. The Poles dont produce their own high-end goods to sell they arnt manufacturing top-grade weaponry or jet aircraft.... Poland needs Tesco more then Microsoft, Samsung or Nissan.

Understand??
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
14 Jun 2012  #16
that is a good idea since this forum is a general one. I am sure you will find somebody suitable. Good luck:)


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