We look forward to cooperating with you!Paweł Pachliński
(Gaius Sallustius Crispus, 86-35 BC)
The Centre for Economic Traditions stands for the continuity of Tradition and protection of what is ours.
The Centre for Economy –The Centre for Economic Traditions was created out of the need to bring together not only a business community that finds the ideas of solidarism, loyalty, private ownership and high ethical standards appealing, but also people and communities which identify with these values.
Our aim is to increase the prestige and strength of an alternative economic community. We also focus on mutual assistance and cooperation. We wish to give all Members a sense of collective and individual job security.
We promote moral behaviour in business and follow ethical principles in practice. We believe that this is the best way for the free-market economy to flourish; an economy which should be founded on the respect of private ownership and principles of economic and social solidarism.
We want to initiate a wide-ranging and well-thought-out discussion, as well as encourage actions in the economy in order to create organisations similar to ours.
This can be done in several ways. One of them is acting directly within the framework of CET by joining the Organisation. The other is creating separate communities and forming a vast network of economic relationships.
We wish to use the knowledge, skills, spiritual and material culture values, as well as investment potential of our Community to restore the socio-economic order.
We want to give all Members the opportunity to prosper and grow economically by putting into practice our beliefs and concepts.
Together, we can create a powerful Community of people with a well-founded sense of their position in social life.
We believe that nothing is impossible!
Let‘s bear in mind that independent economic elites based on private ownership and Tradition with conservative views do not succumb easily to destructive anti-civilisation forces. It is so because Ownership and Tradition create a class of people with a strong conservative instinct, clear aspirations, firm and more verifiable views.
We believe that only if you have influence on the economy (by having sufficient economic strength), you can bring about socio-political changes.
The way and direction they will take depends on a person and their community, and thus the values they represent.
Building up one‘s own economic strength is extremely simple and natural, but to do this you need an idea, effective leadership, clearly stated goals and consistency in pursuing them; you need to be consistent.
We give you the tools for putting this idea into effect in the form of a portal: https://ctg.org.pl, where we present a wide array of solutions ready for implementation.
Joining the Organisation is voluntary, conscious, even ideological.
We are the first such Organisation both locally and abroad. Thanks to this, we give the opportunity to organise to all those who, like us, see such a need.
We will make our initiative reach as many people as possible, because the time to act has come.
We look forward to cooperating with you!
We are active on Facebook: we invite you to like our page: https://www.facebook.com/pages szczgółowego przedstawienia /category/Community-Service/Ce ntrum-Tradycji-Gospodarczych-5 54486335079639/
1). The page contains a detailed description of principles – ideas which have been the fundamentals for the creation of the Centre for Economy: Centre for Economic Traditions. It is also a Platform for cooperation and integration of CET Members, which includes, among other things:
CET Member Account, a very comprehensive Catalogue of CET Members, Rebate Scheme on goods and services between CET Members, Business Association System between CET Members, Job Search System (job vs. employee search), Service/Product Search System for CET Members.
And, moreover, a Catalogue of trusted Partners who aren‘t members of the Centre and their offers.
Furthermore, we would like to encourage you to apply for the post of a member of the staff at the Centre.