In January 2021, TIMATE officially became a member of the Business Centre Club, an organisation of entrepreneurs. Hand in hand with other companies in the BCC, it will support the growth of the Polish economy and business activities.
The Business Centre Club was established in 1991. Since the very beginning, its key goal has been the promotion of entrepreneurship. It collaborates with public, social and private organisations in order to drive and strengthen the Polish economy. Its gathers entrepreneurs from all sectors and regions. As emphasised by the representatives of the BCC, its members include only reliable companies enjoying a strong position in the market.
The BCC is also committed to defend the interests of Polish entrepreneurs through active participation in advocating good legal regulations that will contribute to the prosperity of businesses and the growth of the free market. The member companies of the BCC have been acting as advisers for presidents and prime ministers of Poland.
The values and principles upheld by the Business Centre Club align with TIMATE’s philosophy. Our system was designed to help entrepreneurs in better understanding of how their business functions, in implementing changes within processes as well as in managing and motivating teams so as to achieve the best possible results. We want companies and the entire economy to grow faster and operate more efficiently. I have no doubts that by joining forces with other members of the BCC we will be able to enhance everyday operations of Polish enterprises, says Sebastian Młodziński, CEO at TIMATE.
Companies belonging to the Business Centre Club are based in nearly 250 cities in Poland and employ more than 400,000 people in total. Their aggregate turnover reaches PLN 20 billion.