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Publications from 2014:

"Investor's Guide - Poland. How to do Business" is a collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland. The guide contains basic information on macroeconomic, business, law and finance issues. Readers will also find detailed presentations of the Polish investment incentives system, the Public-Private Partnership regulations and EU structural funds to be used in the country. This publication was developed in collaboration with JP Weber.

1.Investor's Guide - Poland. How to do Business, Warszawa 2014
A collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland (English version)
size: 4550.39 KBnumber of downloads: 1211date of adding: 26-01-2015[download]
2.Ratgeber für Investoren - Polen. Hinweise zur Führung der Geschäftstätigkeit, Warszawa 2014
A collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland (German version)
size: 4437.12 KBnumber of downloads: 523date of adding: 26-01-2015[download]


Investing in Poland 2015

For the sixth year running, Warsaw Business Journal has published its annual Investing in Poland report, in cooperation with the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) and PwC.

Investing in Poland 2015 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 centres 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.

Partners in the publication include Randstad, Atende IT, JLL and Sommerray&Furmaga. These companies' experts share their expertise in the fields of finance, real estate, legal issues HR and IT.

1.Investing in Poland 2015
Investing in Poland 2015 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.
size: 28973.15 KBnumber of downloads: 1615date of adding: 21-11-2014[download]

 

The Investing in Poland 2014 guide presents the opportunities for investors created by the Polish commercial property market, and provides an insight on the uniqueness of the markets of Poland’s largest cities. The guide also contains information on legal and tax aspects of investing in Poland. This publication has been prepared by experts from BNP Paribas Real Estate, a leading consulting company in the European real estate markets, in cooperation with lawyers from Dentons and in cooperation with the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency.

1.BNP Paribas Real Estate Guide To Investing In Poland 2014
The guide on the Polish commercial property market, and provides an insight on the uniqueness of the markets of Poland’s largest cities
size: 2513.13 KBnumber of downloads: 3650date of adding: 11-02-2014[download]

 


Publications from 2013:

"Investor's Guide - Poland. How to do Business" is a collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland. The guide contains basic information on macroeconomic, business, law and finance issues. Readers will also find detailed presentations of the Polish investment incentives system, the Public-Private Partnership regulations and EU structural funds to be used in the country. This publication was developed in collaboration with JP Weber.

1.Investor's Guide - Poland. How to do Business, Warszawa 2013
A collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland (English version)
size: 5727.81 KBnumber of downloads: 3930date of adding: 31-01-2014[download]
2.Ratgeber für Investoren - Polen. Hinweise zur Führung der Geschäftstätigkeit, Warszawa 2013
A collection providing useful information for those who wish to do business in Poland (German version)
size: 6142.17 KBnumber of downloads: 2257date of adding: 31-01-2014[download]

 

"Investment in Poland 2013" is one of a series of booklets published by KPMG to provide information to those considering investing or doing business in various countries. This publication has been prepared by KPMG in Poland to assist those contemplating investing or commencing operations in Poland.

1.Investment in Poland 2013, Warszawa 2013
Set of rules and regulations on tax and legal information on the Polish market.
size: 2172.31 KBnumber of downloads: 3741date of adding: 12-11-2013[download]

 

Investing in Poland 2014

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.

1.Investing in Poland 2014
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.
size: 19403.04 KBnumber of downloads: 3888date of adding: 17-09-2013[download]

 

Quarterly Investors Reports

These publications contain information about Poland’s investment climate, legal environment, real estate market, stock market, privatisation, special economic zones, tax system, attractive sectors, human resources as well as information on culture and tourism.

1.Business Winter in Poland 2013
Publication was prepared in cooperation with: Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, PAIiIZ, £ukowicz ¦wierzewski & Partners, Rzeszów City Hall, IBM Polska, French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland, Colliers International, GfK, The Ethnographic Museum in Rzeszów.
size: 1281.44 KBnumber of downloads: 5324date of adding: 05-03-2013[download]

 


Publications from 2012:

Investing in Poland 2013

Warsaw Business Journal has published the fourth edition of its popular guide for investors, Investing in Poland. The information in the guide was prepared by Warsaw Business Journalstaff in cooperation with the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) and chambers of commerce (SPCC, BPCC, AHK, CCIFP, AmCham, PHIG).

The publication provides information on investment areas and incentives in Poland, profiling all 16 voivodships, as well as all of the country's major cities. The “Trendbook” section of the publication offers extended analysis of trends shaping the Polish market, both from WBJ journalists and from publication partner PwC.

The Investing in Poland project has grown each year. Among other things, this year's publication will be available not only in English, but also in Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.

For more information on Investing in Poland 2013 please contact:

Katarzyna Marek
Marketing and PR division
Warsaw Business Journal Group
kmarek@wbj.pl
(+48) 22 639-8567 ext. 213
(+48) 693-795-234
www.wbj.pl, www.valkea.com

1.Investing in Poland 2013, Warszawa 2012
Investment climate and the economic potential of regions, the characteristics of Special Economic Zones and Technological Parks and a forecast of regional development
size: 17741.94 KBnumber of downloads: 8534date of adding: 01-10-2012[download]
2.Inversión en Polonia 2013, Warszawa 2012
Investment climate and the economic potential of regions, the characteristics of Special Economic Zones and Technological Parks and a forecast of regional development - Spanish version
size: 19809.73 KBnumber of downloads: 2669date of adding: 13-02-2013[download]
3.投资波兰2013, Warszawa 2012
Investment climate and the economic potential of regions, the characteristics of Special Economic Zones and Technological Parks and a forecast of regional development - Chinese version
size: 20956.28 KBnumber of downloads: 2773date of adding: 13-02-2013[download]

 

Publication "Poland. Open for Business" was prepared by tax law firm Ozog & Partners. The study contains basic information about available incentives for foreign investors in Poland and information about related financial and tax issues.

1.Poland. Open for Business, Warszawa 2012
Basic information about incentives for foreign investors in Poland.
size: 761.08 KBnumber of downloads: 10408date of adding: 22-06-2012[download]

 

"Gate to Europe" is a collection providing useful information for Chinese companies who wish to do business in Poland. The guide contains basic information on macroeconomic, business, law and finance issues. Readers will also find detailed presentations of the Polish investment incentives system. This publication was prepared by Salans in collaboration with PAIiIZ. Publication is also available in Adobe Flash format.

1.波兰:通往欧洲的门户, Warszawa 2012
Guide for Chinese investors "Gate to Europe" - Chinese version
size: 2022.91 KBnumber of downloads: 6492date of adding: 11-05-2012[download]

 

Quarterly Investors Reports

These publications contain information about Poland’s investment climate, legal environment, real estate market, stock market, privatisation, special economic zones, tax system, attractive sectors, human resources as well as information on culture and tourism.

1.Business Autumn in Poland 2012
Publication was prepared in cooperation with: Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, PAIiIZ, £ukowicz ¦wierzewski & Partners, Pomorska Special Economic Zone, Marshall Office of West Pomerania, IBM Polska, Polish-Indian Chamber of Commerce, Colliers International, GfK, The National Museum in Szczecin.
size: 1314.49 KBnumber of downloads: 3817date of adding: 18-12-2012[download]
2.Business Summer in Poland 2012
Publication was prepared in cooperation with: Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy, PAIiIZ, £ukowicz ¦wierzewski & Partners, Special Economic Zone EURO-PARK MIELEC, Urz±d Miasta w Lublinie, IBM, Polish-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Colliers International, Trinity Recruitment, GfK, Lublin Museum.
size: 1501.40 KBnumber of downloads: 4624date of adding: 21-09-2012[download]
3.Business Spring in Poland 2012
Publication was prepared in cooperation with: Ministry of Treasury, PAIiIZ, £ukowicz ¦wierzewski & Partners, £ód¼ Special Economic Zone, Marshall Office in £ód¼, IBM, Polish-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Colliers International, GfK Polonia, Museum of Art in £ód¼.
size: 1131.14 KBnumber of downloads: 5735date of adding: 26-06-2012[download]
4.Business Winter in Poland 2012
Publication was prepared in cooperation with: Ministry of Treasury, Ministry of Economy, PAIiIZ, £ukowicz ¦wierzewski & Partners, Business in Ma³opolska Centre, Polish-Indian Chamber of Commerce, Trio Management, IBM, Colliers International, GfK Polonia, Krakow Technology Park and City Hall of Krakow.
size: 1457.19 KBnumber of downloads: 9628date of adding: 17-02-2012[download]

 

"Legal aspects of Doing Business in Poland 2012" is the joint publishing project of a law company Gide Loyrette Nouel, prepared in cooperation with PAIiIZ and the Polish-British Chamber of Commerce (BPCC). It contains information for investors planning to start or expand business in Poland. "Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Poland 2012" is a compendium of information regarding such areas of commercial law in Poland, as setting up a company in Poland, banking and finance, taxation and stock market, real estate, public procurement, infrastructure, environmental protection, consumer protection, competition and distribution law, state aid, intellectual property, labor law, court litigation and arbitration.

1.Legal aspects of doing business in Poland 2012, Warszawa 2012
Publication contains information for investors planning to start or expand business in Poland
size: 6061.16 KBnumber of downloads: 12898date of adding: 25-01-2012[download]

 


Copyright to all publications listed above reserved.

For more information concerning the publications listed above and their distribution,
please contact:
Monika Horodecka
E-mail: monika.horodecka@paiz.gov.pl


 
 

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