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Enterprise Council is a platform for cooperation between representatives of largest entrepreneurs' organizations in Poland and employers. Originally established on 17th November 2003, it was reactivated on 24th March 2020 to save the Polish economy in the face of pandemic.

Members: ABSL, Business Centre Club, Federacja Przedsiębiorców Polskich, Konfederacja Lewiatan, Krajowa Izba Gospodarcza, Polska Rada Biznesu, Pracodawcy RP, Związek Banków Polskich, Związek Rzemiosła Polskiego

On 1st April ABSL officially took the lead in the Enterprise Council for the following quarter. During our first meeting in April we discussed our priorities pending ABSL presidency and key areas that require system changes.

We will actively participate in the work on solutions developed by Polish government, with special focus on measures strengthening business resilience, supporting sectors mostly affected by the pandemic and increasing Poland’s attractiveness as an investment location. Invariably, we will carry all our activities in the following quarter responding to the needs of the business services sector in Poland.

Our priorities


I. Providing opinions on key programs such as National Recovery Plan, Polish New Order, New Industrial Policy, Legal Shield

II. New restrictions and their impact on individual sectors

III. Promoting effective solutions related to health care


I. An attractive economy for entrepreneurs / investors

  • Ensuring the stability of legal environment in Poland - active shaping of solutions to be included in the Legal Shield
  • Increasing predictability in the area of taxes and levies and simplifying fiscal solutions - review of the government's proposals in terms of anti-investment
  • Defining directions of changes in the social insurance system
  • Introducing new support instruments to increase private investments
  • Promoting mechanisms supporting investments in ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) areas ABSL: e-administration, strategic investor, sector taxes
  • Energy Policy
  • Economy 4.0
  • Building resilient economy

II. Human capital

  • Reforming education system and developing models of cooperation between business and educational institutions ensuring competences of the future
  • Boosting professional activity, extended presence on the labour market through reskilling and upskilling
  • Sanctioning flexible forms of work
  • Solutions facilitating employment of foreigners (international mobility) – promoting Poland as a location for career development in various industries