Profile: Polish Business Roundtable Club, Warsaw, Poland
Elegant venue with a unique atmosphere. The Club was founded in 1997 by the Polish Business Roundtable – an organization of elite Polish entrepreneurs, created to help consolidate the business community and promote economic growth in Poland.
The Club is located at the elegant Sobański Palace in Aleje Ujazdowskie – one of the most prestigious streets in Warsaw. Club’s symbol – the David statue – has been standing in the gardens of the Palace since 1897. The statue is a perfect replica of the original created in 1430 by Donatello, one of the greatest sculptors of the Italian Renaissance. The engravings on the statue “Vincit vim animus” explain that it is a symbol of victory, courage and ingenuity.
The premises of the Club include an award-winning restaurant (Amber Room), brasserie, bar, two terraces and several private meeting rooms. These unique facilities combined with excellent modern Polish cuisine and professional service, make the Sobański Palace an ideal venue for both professional and social gatherings.
The Club is a place not only for business and political meetings and lectures, but also social events. Exclusively for members, club evenings, exhibitions, culinary and alcohol degustation and parties are organized regularly. For example: breakfast meetings with Harvard Business Review, fashion shows, Wine Academies and degustation dinners conducted by the owners or representatives of luxury brands (Max Mara, Maurice Hennessy, Denis Roland Billecart).
In 2006, the Polish Business Roundtable Club joined International Associate Clubs (IAC), which is a global network, associating over 200 of the best known private clubs around the world, from purely business “city clubs” to luxury holiday resorts. The aim of the IAC is to create a network of exclusive, private membership clubs. Traveling around the world, our club members can enjoy the privileges offered by these clubs, which are located in over 40 countries. The clubs offer a wide variety of amenities: excellent restaurants, modern conference rooms, and sports facilities.
Business Networking for Foreigners
There is no better place in Poland to get in touch with local entrepreneurs, kickstart your networking and learn about the peculiarities of doing business in Poland, than the Polish Business Roundtable Club. The Club already enjoys the trust of foreign investors and businessmen and is always open to welcome new members from abroad.
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