The deputy head of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) has been named its acting chief after its president resigned.
Krzysztof Senger takes over after the agency’s head Tomasz Pisula quit on Wednesday.
The agency aims to promote Polish goods and services and help investors enter the Polish market.
The agency last year opened 70 foreign trade offices, found partners abroad for over 5,000 Polish SMEs and organised over 350 foreign missions.
Senger has worked for large consulting firms and has years of experience in project management and financing, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.