The USPTC was formed in 2002 to promote California, and especially the Silicon Valley, as a prime location for Polish high technology and science to build a presence and so increase cooperation and trade between the U.S. and Poland.
The US-Polish Trade Council seeks to be your information technology and bio-technology bridge for building business relationships between the U.S. and Poland. To accomplish this goal, the USPTC works in partnership with a network of Polish and American organizations, including: corporate, academic and government entities.
The US-Polish Trade Council has built this trans-Atlantic bridge to encourage all forms of corporate, private and governmental investment into Poland as well as develop stronger scientific and commercial ties between Poland and the U.S.
The US-Polish Trade Council is a group of U.S.-based international business leaders with professional and technical accomplishments in both Poland and the U.S.
Strategically located in Silicon Valley/Palo Alto, the center of global technology advances, Washington, D.C., and Katowice, the USPTC connects people to people and people to projects.
USPTC is the organizer and initiator of US-Poland Innovation Hub
Address: 2479 East Bayshore Rd, Suite 706, Palo Alto