Welcome New Member on board! Infinity Power International is a Polish company that was founded 20 years ago and gradually expanded with more trainers and coaches. Currently, the team consists of interdisciplinary specialists, psychologists, anthropologists, business trainers, experts in communication, management and marketing, working together for the success of each of IPI’s clients.
A graduate of the University of Warsaw English Philology faculty and Business at the American Studies Center with a Master’s Degree, she has worked as a Polish-English translator and interpreter. Since 2002 she has been the co-owner and Managing Partner of Bireta Professional Translations, where she oversees the Project Management and Translation Department, IT Department and ISO procedures. She also specializes in building long-term relationships with clients and is responsible for translation quality and information security procedures.
She lived for many years in Canada, skied in Alaska and jumped from a helicopter. She is a proud mom of Adam and Pola.
I have been a PCCC member for over 15 years and have always cherished the comradery, networking, business cooperation and Canadian heritage PCCC supports.
I am a Canadian Citizen and have held various leadership roles where I have successfully driven business development and strategic partnerships. My expertise lies in facilitating cross-cultural collaborations and creating opportunities for businesses to thrive in international markets. Throughout my career, I have worked closely with both Polish and Canadian businesses, gaining a comprehensive understanding of their unique challenges and opportunities.
Welcome our new Patron Member – TIU Canada! The company is a pioneering solar energy power producer based in Calgary, Alberta that is expanding its operations to Poland. Since entering the Eastern European market in 2016, it has focused on producing clean electricity using Canadian renewable energy technology, technical experience, and innovative stakeholder partnerships to create value for shareholders in Canada and around the world. The company invested more than 90 million CAD in solar power projects in emerging markets and Canada, leveraging over 30 years of combined experience developing, monitoring, and managing energy projects globally.
In 2017, the company become the first Canadian investor in the Ukrainian economy under the Canadian Ukrainian Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA). Its current operations consist of 45 megawatts of electricity production in three solar stations despite the war. TIU Canada is deeply integrated with the local communities in Ukraine running extensive CSR programs for the population at the locations of the solar plants. Also, TIU has provided much-needed assistance to the regions devastated by the war in Mykolaiv and Kherson.