We are a member of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce, with Dr Markiyan Malskyy chairing the IT Committee
Support to Ukrainian technology, energy and IT companies
Our membership in the Chamber is a result of our months-long involvement in various projects supporting Ukrainian companies and the Ukrainian economy – from expert meetings and conferences to practical webinars and training courses for business owners eager to participate in Ukraine’s reconstruction.
One such event was the (Re) build (New) Ukraine meeting which featured international experts in law, finance, infrastructure and energy, who discussed the practical aspects of building a new, post-war reality, including Anna Yurchenko, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Ihor Baranetskyi, Head of the Economic Section of the Embassy of Ukraine to Poland, and Miroslaw Barszcz, Chairman of the Investment Committee of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce. The event was held under the patronage of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce.
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Markiyan Malskyy appointed Chairman of the IT Committee of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce
The IT Committee is a new initiative of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce, and is chaired by Markiyan Malskyy – Head of our Ukrainian Desk. Markiyan has voiced his intent to make the Chamber a platform for cooperation between Polish and Ukrainian IT companies and associations, and in line with this we can expect a variety of meetings and industry events for members.
“It is a great pleasure to be appointed Chairman of the IT Committee. Both Poland and Ukraine are world-renowned for their innovative IT and technology solutions, with the IT industry long being an important element of both our countries’ economies.
In times of a growing importance of ESG and digitalisation, IT has become crucial. Technological advances in almost every sphere of life are causing cyber risks to increase, and cybersecurity is thus an area that requires ever more attention. The Committee will address these issues whilst being focused on legal, financial, tax, technical and futuristic aspects of IT development” – says Markiyan Malskyy.
Kochański & Partners to actively support Polish and Ukrainian companies
As a law firm and also an active member of the Chamber, we will support activities and work on projects and issues that are not yet regulated in the IT industry. Our membership in the Chamber is also an opportunity to be in close contact with Ukrainian companies, to participate in numerous business meetings, and to establish and strengthen mutual relations.
The Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce is one of the oldest Chambers in Poland. Since 1992, it has been working to foster relations between the two countries, representing its members and driving economic and cultural cooperation. Its activities are particularly timely and important given the Russian attack on Ukraine, and the resulting need to rebuild and restore it to its former stature after the war.
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