Kochański & Partners is a proud member of the following associations:
The International Trademark Association (INTA) is the global association of trademark owners and professionals dedicated to supporting trademarks and related intellectual property in order to protect consumers and to promote fair and effective commerce. INTA’s members are more than 7,000 organizations from 190 countries. INTA members collectively contribute almost US $12 trillion / €8.8 trillion / ¥73 trillion to global GDP annually.
Founded in 1970, Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group has been a success story ever since: over more than 4 decades a group of specialized trade mark professionals, with a high representation from the pharmaceutical industry, has evolved. The initial ideas of our founders are still up to date, since the original challenges to create successful global pharmaceutical brands subsist to this day. PTMG today is a lively organisation bringing together a group of highly dedicated trade mark professionals with a lot of passion for, as well as experience in, the pharmaceutical field.
ASPIRE is among the leading business associations in Central Eastern Europe and the driving force behind Kraków’s emergence as a world class technology and business services hub. For nearly a decade now, we’ve been providing critical know-how, data analysis and powerful knowledge-sharing platforms to our members, the leading multinationals with technology and service centres in the city and the growing array of companies that provide services to them. Our membership now exceeds 150 companies and continues to grow.
Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (PIIT) – The Chamber remains active according to the Act of May 10, 1989 on Economic Chambers. According to regulations of said Act the Chamber is free to lobby in economic issues of importance for the information technology and telecommunication sectors. Members of the Chamber are economic entities proceeding with their operations in the sectors of information communication – telecommunication and information technology. Now the Chamber organizes more than 120 firms.
The Polish Confederation Lewiatan is the most influential Polish business organisation, representing the interests of employers in Poland and the European Union. They strive at competitive business environment. They work for economic growth, better law, healthy competition, increase in employment and better social capital. They are the voice of business.
Izba Gospodarcza Transportu Lądowego (Land Transport Chamber of Commerce) comprises of several dozen Polish companies related to the railway sector. The goal of the Chamber is to protect the interests of companies and reaching out to national and local government bodies with motions and reviews regarding regulations related to, in the broadest sense, railway transport.
The BPCC is a bilateral chamber dedicated to increasing two-way trade and investment between Poland and the UK. It exists to further the business interests of its members across both countries. It provides a platform for members to engage in a dialogue with the public sector, with the goal of improving the business environment in Poland through the better functioning of its institutions.
La Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie France Pologne (CCIFP) consists of more than 440 companies with French and Polish capital, and is one of the most active bilateral chambers in Poland. We help to create favorable conditions for investment and business in Poland, and we play an active role contacting state administration bodies and other organizations of employers. CCIFP is also a platform for cooperation and exchange of experience between business entrepreneurs and a promoter of best business practices.
Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK Poland) is not only bilateral chamber with the largest number of member companies in Poland, but also one of the largest German Foreign Chambers of Commerce (AHK) in the world. AHK Poland represents the interests of approximately 1,000 member companies and twenty years working for the development of Polish-German economic relations. Membership in the Chamber gives you: invitations to numerous business meetings, access to valuable information, opportunities to promote your company among the other members of the Chamber and numerous additional services.
Founded in March 2008 in Warsaw, the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (PPCC) is an independent, non-profit organization that sets out to promote the interests of its ca. 200 member companies in respect to the commercial links between businesses in Poland, Portugal and the Portuguese speaking countries.
The Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce was founded in 2000 on the initiative of Polish and Spanish businesses. Our primary goal is to assist our Member Companies that have established or are interested in establishing, business and commercial relations between Poland and Spain. We protect and represent the interests of our Members, and help companies fully realize their potential for growth. We facilitate seeking business partners, disseminate information about the businesses of our Member Companies from both Poland and Spain. We make sure that information about the products and services they offer reaches the widest possible relevant audience. We disseminate information about the market and financial-economic issues to promote export and cooperation in science, technology and industry. We promote global scientific, organizational and technological achievements.
Union of Employers Shokokai is mainly organized by Japanese companies based in Poland, we are working as a community of corporations and organizations related to Japan.
Polski Związek Pracodawców Prawniczych is the employers’ organization that brings together law firms operating on the Polish market for legal services. The primary objective of our organization is to represent the interests of law firms, both to state bodies and professional associations. We want to develop good practices related to employment in the legal industry and to work for the development of this market.
The goal of the Competition Law Association is to become an opinion-forming forum and a source of feedback for administrative authorities and courts dealing with competition law. At the same time, in pursuing our principal goal, i.e. to propagate knowledge of competition law and develop the local jurisprudence of this law, we support these authorities in their activities.