mazowieckie

Total area of the voivodeship

35 558 km2

Population:
- in urban areas

5 333 700
64%

Population density

150 persons/km2

Voivodeship capital

Warszawa

Other big towns in the voivodeship

Radom, Płock, Siedlce, Pruszków, Ostrołęka

Special Economic Zones

Tarnobrzeska
Łódzka
Warmińsko-Mazurska
Suwalska
Starachowicka

Industrial & Technology Parks

Płock Industry and Technology Park
Park Naukowo-Technologiczny Świerk

Regional Investor Assistance Centre

Warszawa

International airport

Warsaw Chopin Airport, Mazovia Airport in Modlin
Radom - Sadków 

Mazovia Region with Warsaw - the capital of Poland - is the leader of changes and the fastest developing region of Poland. Young, well qualified staff, low unemployment and the highest rate of employment - all these testify to high economic development of the region. Mazovia shows high internal diversification with a nationwide potential in nearly every field: science, research, education, industry and infrastructure.

Investment opportunities

  • area with a large concentration of companies also foreign and with foreign capital (10.321) in capital city and subregional cities: Radom, Płock, Siedlce, Pruszków, Ostrołęka;
  • the highest level of income per citizen;
  • trans-European transport corridors thru the region; well-developed railway network and the largest airport in the country ensuring connections with the big cities in the country and in Europe;
  • the highest level of innovations; outlays on R&D activities are one of the highest in the country;
  • importance of the region is stressed by Warsaw - capital of the country and the region, as well as a city of international importance;
  • Warsaw is characterized by the highest dynamics of economic changes in the country, large pool of qualified labour;
  • central siting at the crossroad of commercial routes;
  • economics leader: the highest rate of participation in gross domestic product yearly - 22% of the Polish GDP;
  • first position in Poland in gross domestic product per capita - about 160,5% average (69,043 PLN);
  • Warsaw Stock Exchange is the largest in the Central Eastern Europe.
  • Almost half of biggest companies in Poland are located in Warsaw
  • In 2014 there were over 763.785 economic entities registered

Sectors with huge potential

  • Food industry
  • Construction
  • BPO

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