Dear Sir/Madam,

Poland's accession to the European Union produced an increase in the flow of finances to Poland and approximating Polish law to European norms. The provisions of the Public Procurement law were supposed to make the public procurement process transparent and honesty providing. In practice, however, the process is highly formalised and faces many interpretation problems.

The changes that have occurred in Poland ever since attracted foreign companies. Of particular interest is the Polish public procurement market.

One of the aims of our activity is to render professional consulting services to foreign contractors who wish to stand for public procurement in Poland.

The knowledge and experience acquired while running proceedings, rendering consulting services and delivering trainings on public procurement proceedings allow us to offer you highest quality services.

Your cooperation with the Public Procurement Service will increase your chances to win public procurement tenders in Poland.


Faithfully yours,

Michal Kunikowski