The largest outsourcing conference set in Warsaw, 17 June, 2011

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Association of Business Service Leaders in Poland (ABSL), a leading organization representing the business services sector, has begun collaboration with Roadshow Poland, one of the most prominent business conference organizers. A joint conference of Roadshow and ABSL will be held on the 17th of June in the Westin Hotel in Warsaw.

Its main topics will be current trends and future directions in the business services sector in Poland. The biggest outsourcing event in the country will bring together business representatives, central and local government officials and the top media.

The VI Outsourcing Forum organized by Roadshow Poland will be held on the 17th of June in the Westin Hotel in Warsaw. The event will include the second conference of the Association of Business Service Leaders (ABSL).

Patronage over the joined project of Roadshow and  ABSL will be taken by the Ministry of Economy, cooperating with Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) and the National Chamber of Commerce (KIG). It is, so far, the largest outsourcing sector project in the country arranged by two leading organizations, operating to develop and promote business services sector in Poland and to increase the countries’ investment attractiveness.

Roadshow Poland is one of the largest organizations promoting Poland in the international environment of foreign investors. One of the main and periodical Roadshow Poland projects is Outsourcing Forum summarizing the latest trends and directions of development of the Polish outsourcing market and promoting Poland as the BPO/SSC investments destination.

Association of Business Service Leaders in Poland (ABSL) is a leading organization representing business services sector in the country. ABSL was founded in 2009 on the initiative of the most significant companies in the sector, among Hewlett-Packard, Capgemini, IBM, Infosys, Thomson Reuters, UBS and many more. Today, it associates over 40 Members.

The ABSL mission is to lead the business services sector to anchor and expand in Poland through industry collaboration and by engaging authorities and interest groups in shaping key operational and development aspects.  ABSL is an author of reports and analyses of the business sector and also one of the leading association organizing conferences on the investment attractiveness of Poland.

- Both the events organized by Roadshow Poland and our yearly conferences are well-known within the business representatives, government and the media. Thanks to joining forces, this year’s event can attract even more guests and make a permanent mark on the business events calendar in Poland – says Krystian Bestry, Vice-President of ABSL.

According to Eva Aboo, Roadshow Poland President, the union of Roadshow’s and ABSL’s experience will make this event one of the biggest ones in the sector, giving it a chance to attract guests from the whole CEE region.

The conference will be devoted to Poland’s position on the global map of business services. The first quarter of 2011 has begun intense reshuffling of business processes around the world. It has prompted the leading outsourcing representatives in Poland to discuss  the new trends and investment perspectives of Poland as the offshoring destination.

As a result of riots in Northern Africa, cataclysm in Japan, rising crime rates in Mexico, many investors were forced to relocate their businesses to safer locations. Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, including Poland, are becoming a natural direction for business migration.

At the conference, the newest ABSL Report will be presented. It will concern  the business services sector in Poland and the CEE region. This will be yet another detailed analysis by ABSL, taking into consideration the value of the market, employment rates, characteristics of activity of business services centres. The analysis concerns service centers with foreign capital: Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO), Shared Services Centers (SSC), and also Research&Development (R&D). This year, for the first time, the Report includes also other countries of the CEE region as well as the ITO and R&D centres.

The main topics that will be covered during the conference:

  • Meaning of the BPO/ITO sector for Polish economy (Business Services Sector in Poland; effective support for existing investments and grants for new investors; central administration support)
  • Advanced business services (the future of advanced business services and investment opportunities for Poland)
  • Development of the Outsourcing market in Poland (BPO development barriers in Poland from corporation perspective)
  • Business for city – City for business (key decision making factors related to selection of service center location; main drive for investors: how to win and maintain investors)

Source: absl

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