Main activities of the Department include:
The main aim of the District Employment Agency is to promote and stimulate employment in the local labor market and to alleviate the negative consequences of unemployment. What is more, the Agency supports local companies in effective search for competent and professional employees in various fields. It offers financial grants for people starting their companies, as well as workplace refunds for companies giving jobs to the unemployed. The Agency carries out continuous monitoring of deficit and surplus occupations in the local market.
More information on the Agency offer is available here: http://turek.praca.gov.pl/
The Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), helps investors to enter the Polish market and find the best ways to utilise the possibilities available to them. The Agency guides investors through all the essential administrative and legal procedures that involve a project; they also support firms that are already active in Poland. The Agency provides rapid access to the complex information relating to legal and business matters regarding the investments, helps in finding the appropriate partners and suppliers, together with new locations.
The National Centre for Research and Development is the implementing agency of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. It was appointed in the summer 2007 as an entity in charge of the performance of the tasks within the area of national science, science and technology and innovation policies. The main task of the National Centre for Research and Development is management and execution of strategic research and development programs, which lead directly to the development of innovativeness.
Among the tasks of the National Centre for Research and Development, are the support of commercialization and other forms of transfer of scientific research results, the management of applied research programs and the performance of national security and defense projects.
The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFEP&WM) which was established in 1989 as a result of the regime transformation in Poland, in cooperation with voivodeship funds for environmental protection and water management is the pillar of the Polish system of financing environmental protection. The basis of the National Fund’s operation as a State legal person is the Act on Environmental Protection Law. The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFEP&WM) is the main source of financing pro-ecological investments in Poland. For 26 years it has been the most important element of the Polish system of financing for environmental protection and water management. Moreover, it has at its disposal the largest financial potential.
Narodowy Fundusz Ochrony Środowiska i Gospodarki Wodnej
ul. Konstruktorska 3a, 02-673 Warszawa
Godziny urzędowania: 7:30 - 15:30
Tel.: +48 (22) 459 00 00, +48 (22) 459 01 00
ARP is a government agency that has been providing support to entrepreneurs in the implementation of competitive and innovative projects for over 10 years. The primary objective of our activity is to develop the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland. To support entrepreneurs, PARP uses the funds from the State budget and European Funds. In the 2007-2013financial perspective, the Agency is responsible for the implementation of measures under three Operational Programmes: Innovative Economy, Human Capital and Development of Eastern Poland.
One of the key tasks of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development is to support export, including strengthening of the competitive position of Polish enterprises on foreign markets and making it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises to get in touch with foreign companies in their business. (more information available on http://www.parp.gov.pl/o-agencji.
Today BGK both implements and initiates numerous programmes supporting the economic development of Poland. It is the pillar of the Polish Investments programme under which it organizes long-term funding of investment projects, including investments of strategic importance for the national economy and state interests. It manages export support and infrastructure programmes and develops a system of sureties and guarantees.
BGK is involved in the financing of local government entities (LGEs), utility companies and healthcare institutions and in the implementation of programmes aimed to improve the housing market situation and the availability of housing in Poland. It is a leading institution in the process of public finance consolidation and in the flow of European funds.
Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego - Oddział w Poznan
ul. Składowa 5
tel. +48(61) 885 31 00
fax. +48(61) 852 82 20
BRANCHES AND BANKING PLACES
In Kawęczyn, branches have banks operating on the Polish market, including:
Rejonowy Bank Spoldzielczy in Malanów - Kawęczyn Branch