The meeting in New York on Thursday "focused on trade relations and investment cooperation between Poland and the United States," according to the prezydent.pl website.
Duda told participants that Poland was one of Europe's best performing economies amid the coronavirus pandemic, with upbeat growth forecasts, the Polish President's Office said in a statement.
The president also told the gathering that trade relations between Poland and the United States were regaining momentum after a slight slowdown during the COVID-19 crisis, the office added.
In addition, Duda voiced satisfaction that the United States was supportive of the Polish-led Three Seas Initiative of 12 European countries between the Baltic, Adriatic and Black Seas, according to his aides.
The Polish head of state was quoted as saying that "deepening Polish-American cooperation will be a source of mutual benefits and contribute to the creation of new jobs on both sides of the Atlantic."
The meeting was held at the invitation of the US Chamber of Commerce, the Polish President's Office said.
Friday is the last day of Duda's four-day visit to the United States, a trip during which he has addressed the United Nations General Assembly, held talks with a host of international leaders, and paid tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Andrzej Duda in New York. Photo: PAP/Jakub Szymczuk/KPRP
Source: prezydent.pl, PAP