by Roeslein Roeslein

On November 16, 2023, during a gala in Warsaw, Poland, the PAP Local Government Service announced the results of the first edition of the “Good Business for the Commune 2023” competition. The award recognizes companies that cooperate harmoniously with the local government and significantly impact local development.

The Dębno Commune entered the competition with Roeslein & Associates Poland Sp. z o. o. and Roeslein won the title of winner in the category of Enterprises Supporting the Development of the Local Community. The Mayor of the Dębno Commune, Wiesław Kozłowski, and Jerzy Sroka, Operations Director of Roeslein & Associates Poland Sp. z o. o., attended the gala on behalf of the partnership. During his speech, Sroka expressed admiration for the global company’s ability to establish roots in their commune and extended gratitude to the local leadership for their invaluable support. Mayor Wiesław Kozłowski, in turn, emphasized the relationship between the operation of enterprises and the development of communes and thanked all the entrepreneurs present for their significant contributions to the growth of communes and cities.

The “Good Business for the Commune 2023” competition goes beyond merely acknowledging winners; it serves as a catalyst for development and collaboration between enterprises and local communities. The engagement of companies like Roeslein Associates Poland Sp. z o. o. exemplifies how a sustainable and dynamic economic environment can be cultivated through mutual benefits and cooperation. Roeslein & Associates Poland Sp. z o. o. is based in Dębno and is currently a world leader in providing comprehensive engineering, procurement, manufacturing, and construction services. This is the Polish branch of the American company Roeslein & Associates, Inc., based in St. Louis, Missouri.

The competition attracted a remarkable 228 descriptions of entrepreneurial involvement in local development from candidates across all 16 voivodeships. From this pool of exceptional entries, the jury selected 41 winners, including a company from the Dębno Commune.