For the fifth year running, Warsaw Business Journal has published its annual Investing in Poland report, in cooperation with the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ), PwC and the largest chambers of commerce in Poland.
Investing in Poland 2014 provides crucial, up-to-date information about the investment climate in the country, including in-depth analysis, macroeconomic data, budget forecasts and contact information to all of the respective investors’ assistance centers for the country’s 16 voivodships and all of its largest cities. It also provides information on special economic zones (specialty sectors, land available, contact information), industrial and technology parks, business-support organizations, and companies specializing in helping businesses acquire EU-funds. The “Trendbook” section is particularly noteworthy. It examines the trends shaping Poland’s economy and investment environment. Among the sectors analyzed in this section are business process outsourcing (BPO) and Research and Development (R&D).
Partners in the publication include Bank Pekao, CBRE, Dentons and Randstad. These companies’ experts share their expertise in the fields of finance, real estate, legal issues and HR.
The full report you can find here