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Patrycja Pendrakowska as a founding member of the WICCI’s India-EU Business Council

By sharing knowledge, business opportunities, and best practices the Council generates awareness of women's contributions in developing the India-EU relations.

Instytut Boyma 19.05.2022

We are proud to announce that Patrycja Pendrakowska is a founding member of the WICCI’s India-EU Business Council.

The Council is an up-to-date and diverse community of businesswomen, female entrepreneurs, and change-makers from all over India and the European Union. It serves as a networking platform to highlight their accomplishments and unique experiences. By sharing knowledge, business opportunities, and best practices the Council generates awareness of women’s contributions in developing the India-EU relations.

For further information, we encourage you to check WICCI’s India-EU Business Council website HERE

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