It's finally here! Warsaw Business Journal Group's latest annual guide to investment conditions, trends and incentives in Poland, "Investing in Poland 2014," has been published.
Investing in Poland contains information on macroeconomic conditions and outlook for Poland, as well as key data, analysis and contact details for all 16 of Poland's voivodships and all of its major cities. It also includes detailed information on Poland's special economic zones and technology parks, as well as the “Trendbook” section, which analyzes trends shaping Poland's business environment. This year, topics include investment in Africa, consolidation in the banking market, changes in the pharmaceutical sector, investment in “smart city” solutions, increased spending on R&D, and many others.
Investing in Poland also provides lists of, and contact details to, major business organizations and chambers of commerce, major office buildings (so investors can find appropriate office space) and EU funds consultancies.
There is also expert analysis from: Minister of Regional Development Elżbieta Bienkowska as well as from the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, advisory PwC, Dentons law firm, HR consulting firm Randstad, real estate advisory CBRE, EU funds consulting firm PNO, The Łódź Special Economic Zone and Bank Pekao.
With all of this and more, Investing in Poland is a one-stop source for all of the information you need to make an informed decision about your potential investment in this dynamic Central European economy.
The Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ)
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