On Tuesday 10 July, beMatrix was delighted to welcome the mayor of Roeselare, Kris Declercq, and the Polish ambassador, Artur Orzechowski. After all, Roeselare is one of the Flemish cities with the largest Polish community. Next to visiting beMatrix, the ambassador seized the opportunity to visit some other leading companies in and around Roeselare, such as Soubry and the REO auction. In the late afternoon, there was also a visit to the graves of Polish Maczek soldiers who liberated Roeselare from the Second World War in September 1944.
beMatrix operates in a niche market of modular stand construction systems and attaches great importance to export. Therefore, the product range can be used worldwide without modifications being needed and it is now already being exported to over 63 countries. beMatrix supports its customers all over the world through an international sales network, with divisions in the USA, Great Britain, Scandinavia, Australia and Asia. The goal is to support the stand builders and their customers worldwide, and where possible on a local basis.
In Poland too, the event business is on the rise. beMatrix is already building there a network of bePartners with a large stock who might also be suppliers for the infill of our frames.