The Union of Employers Business and Science Poland was established in 2019 as a response to the challenges posed to Polish economic entities by the dynamically developing EU common market. We provide our partners with professional tools to influence the EU legislative environment and help build effective coalitions supporting the interests of Polish industry and science. This is possible because we cooperate on a daily basis with the European institutions, with industry associations, including SMEs, NGOs and the media. With each year of operation of our office in Brussels, we develop our potential, focus on the high substantive level of work and the effectiveness of our activities.

“Our mission is to offer members and partners professional tools to influence the EU legislative environment and to build effective coalitions supporting the interests of Polish industry and science.”

The relationship is constantly evolving and expanding its portfolio. Our partners are entities from many sectors: energy, transport, heavy industry, finance, food and services, but also supporting trade or innovation and research activities of small and medium-sized enterprises. In the economy, a competitive advantage is provided by access to key information, and the most important economic and social decisions for EU Member States are made here in Brussels. That is why on a daily basis we take care of the constant analysis of the dynamic European agenda and inform about the current activities of the EU institutions in the areas of functions of our Members and Partners. This allows us to keep abreast of legislative changes and to pre-determine the opportunities and risks of adapting to the proposed changes. The ongoing activities of the BSP also focus on effectively building relationships with the negotiating circles in Brussels by inspiring and leading public debates, conferences and meetings. This allows us to create a professional discussion space for all stakeholders in the area of EU legislative activity.

“Our goal is to strengthen the value of the EU Common Market by working towards the adoption of responsible regulations in line with the interests of the Polish and European economies.”

We support our activity in the area of legislation through membership in the following bodies:

EU Platform on Sustainable Finance BSP has twice been selected to the group of expert advisory group of the European Commission, which aims to implement the assumptions of the EU taxonomy. Since 2020, as the only Polish organization from the Central and Eastern Europe region, we are among the experts in the flagship project implementing the objectives of the Green Deal in matters of EU taxonomy, defining financing paths for sustainable transformation.

Biomethane Industrial Partnership (BIP)) The Partnership aims to support the increase in the annual production and consumption of sustainable biomethane and to contribute to creating the conditions for further growth of its potential by 2050. BSP became an associate member of the BIP in 2022 and since 2024 has been included in the work of the Task Force, which is dedicated to identifying the potential of innovative biomass sources across the EU and determining the conditions under which this potential could would be released.
European Covenant of Companies for Climate and Energy (CCCE) In 2023, BSP participated in the CCCE pilot project, the European Commission's initiative to support European companies in increasing their participation in the energy transition and decarbonisation. BSP was involved in an advisory project related to the development of research and innovation projects.

EU Fertilisers Market Observatory In 2023, BSP was included in the group of cancer actors of the European Commission's expert group, which studies the factors influencing the development of the EU fertilizer market. The possibility of direct participation in the work of this body is part of the activities to support the interests of the Polish fertilizer and food sector.

BSP participated in national working groups on:
Hydrogen Partnership
- at the Ministry of Climate and Environment (2020 - 2021)
Application of taxonomy - at the Ministry of Development and Technology (2023 - 2024)