... the new “Investment potential of Polish cities” report
Is Poland an attractive country for potential investors? What are the big Polish cities like today? The answers to these and many other questions can be found in the extensive report “Investment potential of Polish cities” with description of the 10 key cities, which can freely compete for new investments with the agglomerations of Europe and the world. Enjoy this report! More »
The Polish Investment Zone (PSI) is an opportunity for small and medium enterprises (SME). More than a year has passed since the entry in force of the act on support for new investments. The main goal of the act was to bring all investment land in the country into the single PSI. The introduction of the PSI has shown that the zone privileges are within the reach of the SME and obtaining zone support has become much easier. What's important is that thanks to new legislation entrepreneurs do not need to concentrate their investments in specific parts of Poland, rather they can choose locations they consider best for their businesses. The „Polish Investment Zone” report includes details of the changes introduced in the 2018 act, the experiences of enterprises that have already benefited from support on the new terms, the benefits and challenges of doing business with SEZ support. The report was written in collaboration between Colliers International, EY and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency. More »
Monthly dose of Poland's macroeconomic analysis prepared on the basis of data from the Central Statistical Office. More »
A strategic investor for Silesia with a Polish government grant
South Korean SK Innovation will build its first European factory of battery separators for electric cars in D±browa Górnicza, southern Poland. The ceremonial signing of the grant agreement took place on October 2, 2019 in D±browa Górnicza.
PAIH Business Forum - motivating Polish SMEs to expand abroad
The PAIH Business Forum, organized on October 9, 2019 (with free admission) in the PGE Narodowy stadium in the form of industry and market workshops and individual consultations with experts was intended to familiarize the Polish SME sector with foreign markets.
a Polish woman received a grant for the production of ecological packaging?
SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast) is an organic packaging that can be eaten or composted after use - will it replace plastic containers and food wrap? It may be soon! Róża Janusz (Rutkowska), a graduate of the School of Form, received a grant of 30,000 from the Climate KIC Polska accelerator to launch the first eco-friendly packaging based on SCOBY.
SCOBY is a high performing solution which is fast-renewable, 100% free of plastic and home compostable. The organic packaging is formed from biomass with the participation of microorganisms. The project makes people think about cooperation with nature and the benefit from this relationship. Its contributes to decrease pollution caused by mass production of plastic and plastic packaging. More »