President of Polish – Asian Chamber of Commerce
Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy of Poland 2012-2015
Janusz Piechociński served as Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of Poland from December 2012 to November 2015. During his service in Ministry of Economy he led multiple business missions, focusing particularly on promoting Polish export and strengthening economic ties, as well as fostering trade relations between the countries. Mr. Piechociński is an economist and has many years of experience in economic analysis and promotion of investment.
He is a President of Polish – Asian Chamber of Commerce and an Executive Advisor.
Council of the Polish – Asian Chamber of Commerce
|Mr. Hoang Xuan Khang, Head of the ASEAN Section
Hoang Xuan Khang is a member and proxy of the Association of Vietnamese Entrepreneurs in Poland. Mr. Hoang Xuan actively supports the business matching between Polish and Vietnamese entrepreneurs. He is a president of HXK Sp. z o. o. and a business development director at ASG-PL Sp. z o. o., which both specialize in import-export business in Poland. He graduated from University College London and Warsaw School of Economics. His previous experience includes Deloitte, Goldman Sachs (Financial Advisory, M&A), Bain & Company (Management Consulting).
|Mr. Jan Jakimowicz, Head of the Indian Section
Mr. Jakimowicz is a Chancellor of the University of the Euroregional Economy. He is a member of the Chamber’s Council responsible for development and cooperation the area of education. Having gained valuable experience and in-depth knowledge about doing business in India, he is also the head of the Indian section of the Chamber. His role is to promote and educate entrepreneurs and young graduates about the possibilities of investing in India.
|||Mr. Qi Wang, Head of the Chinese Section
Mr. Felix Qi Wang is the vice director of the GD Poland International Ltd. known as Chinese Trade Center. The Chinese Trade Center is the largest distribution point in middle-eastern Europe for goods and products made in China and whole Asia. Mr. Wang, who is associated with GD Poland since 1999, is a graduate of the University of Warsaw. He possesses extensive knowledge in the area of trade and business development both in China and Poland.
Mr. Wojciech Burdecki is an experienced entrepreneur who gained his experience while cooperating mainly with the countries from Commonwealth of Independent States (former Soviet Republics). His companies specialize in the construction & real estate; his subsidiaries are located in Kazakhstan.
Mr. Wojciech Klepacki is a representative of the Polish company Pronar, which specializes in production and sales of machinery and equipment for agriculture, municipal services and transportation industry with nearly 50% market share in the Polish market. Mr. Klepacki is an experienced business developer and possess valuable experience in representing the company on the Eastern markets.