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Internet. The site’s author and coordinator of the Business Department, Mariusz Soltanifar speaks about the development of the portal in the past year: “Link to Poland has met with approval of many private individuals, organisations and institutions, which is reflected very well in the number of visitors to the website and the buzz in social media. In such a short time, Link to Poland has established cooperation with over 80 institutional partners and media from all over the world, which are of great importance for Poles living abroad.
Link to Poland, through a close cooperation with media and Polish organisations abroad and also with Polish embassies, spreads knowledge about Polish culture and tradition, informing about activities of Poles and the Polish diaspora in various areas of life. It presents achievements, exhibitions, lectures, concerts and many other unique projects being realised worldwide by Poles.
Irena Biegunska, owner of the My Poland company specialising in the sales and promotion of Polish handicraft says: “We have a lot of things to present to the world, and we often think too critically about our own achievements and traditions, thinking that are unworthy of attention or are too provincial. Initiatives like Link to Poland can make us aware of our achievements and appreciate them. All of that helps in promoting Poland abroad. I support Link to Poland, which is not only open for cooperation, but also inspires further, common activities.”
“In my view, Poland is really badly promoted abroad and in general around the whole world – claims Kevin J. Aiston – Polish TV and radio presenter, and former BBC photoreporter. So many good and important things come from Poland or were done by Poles internationally. I defend Poland at every opportunity. People around the world do not even realise the number of things for which they can be grateful to the Poles and Poland. It is possible to change this and show Poland in a better light. Your website can definitely do it, and help your country in this way. I support you and I am going to continue to do so …
Lukasz Kedzierski, the author and managing director of website for Polish people living in Norway, nportal.no, emphasises that: “more than half of Polish immigrants in Norway have upper secondary education or university education, but they work in roles below their level of qualifications. There is a similar situation in other European countries and other parts of the world. Link to Poland, by initiating of a project of raising professional qualifications in the Netherlands, not only promotes Poland, but also responds to requests from Polish people who live abroad permanently. It stimulates their creativity and builds a different image of Poland, oriented on cooperation and networking.”
Link to Poland is developing closer cooperation with the Polish Tourist Organisation, which has taken on a merits-related patronage of the website.
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The firm was founded by Mr Gus Campbell in May 1976. Due to business needs Mr Campbell opened a second office in Armagh in June 1986. Firm operates from 10-12 Carleton Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland BT623EN and from 21 College Street, Armagh, Northern Ireland, BT619BT.
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