Why Wroclaw

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People. The greatest asset of Wrocław is the large number of educated and experienced people. There are over one million people residing in the  Wroclaw Agglomeration and approximately three million people in the entire Lower Silesia region. Our universities and other higher education institutions, some of the best in Poland, educate over one hundred forty thousand students bringing forth over thirty thousand graduates annually   People, unquestionably, are the greatest strength of our city. Read more

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Location. Located in the heart of Europe Wroclaw is very well connected with the major cities and regions of Europe and Poland.  At the same time a well-developed transport infrastructure allows for easy and convenient travelling and transportation of goods. In recognition to our location companies save time and money whilst providing the highest standards of logistics services. Read more…

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Infrastructure. Wroclaw boasts modern and very well-developed transport infrastructure including transit and local road networks, well developed railway network as well as international airport serving regular passenger and cargo flights. Thanks to A4 and A8 motorways, Wroclaw is incorporated into a European motorway network.  Read more …

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Investment offers. The availability of well-prepared investment sites add to the economic attractiveness of Wroclaw This can either include a well-connected greenfield site, or a modern production hall and warehouse or a modern office space meeting the standards of the most advanced business services.  Read more …

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Knowledge. Wroclaw is one of major academic centers in Poland. Over one hundred forty thousand students enhance their expertise in various specializations, at over thirty universities and higher education institutions. The city boasts the largest number of IT, finance and accounting students in Poland and according to the Pentor Institute report, 98% of Wroclaw students speak English and over 40% additionally speak German. Read more …

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Innovation. Creation of a knowledge based economy is the key element of Wroclaw’s development strategy. According to the ABSL report (Association of Business Service Leaders), the city is most dynamically developing center of BPO/SSC investments in Poland and the largest hub of research and development centers. Wroclaw, which known as the  “Polish Silicone Valley”, also boasts the largest number of KPO type investments in Poland. Read more …

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Strong economy. Keeping the balance between the service and industrial sectors is one of the priorities of the city, thanks to which Wroclaw is steadily developing and the labor market being attractive to representatives of all professions.  Diversification of branches and sectors has also a positive influence on the development of the whole local economy. Thanks to these factors Wroclaw has become a seat for global companies. Read more …

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Quality of life. Wroclaw stands out from other cities with its high quality of life. It is a modern open and dynamic city with reach history and varied cultural offer. The friendly atmosphere of Wroclaw attracts foreigners who more and more frequently decide to stay in the city on a permanent basis.  Since 2010 two billion EUR has been spent on further significant improvements and increasing the attractiveness of the city.  Read more …

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Post-investment care. The stable economy and business oriented local authorities are the pillars of a welcoming Wroclaw investment climate.  A company considering opening its head quarters in the Wroclaw Agglomeration receives the support of a dedicated Project Manager, who helps the entrepreneur in each aspect along the investment process. Companies who already have decided to operate in the region may count on a wide range of support within the post investment care activities.  Read more …

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Success stories. Thanks to the strategic location in the heart of Europe, the availability of a highly qualified work force, a well developed infrastructure, a wide range of investment offers as well as high quality of life and the support offered by the local authorities, the Wroclaw Agglomeration is home to a numerous number of international conglomerates: BNY Mellon, Bosch, Credit Suisse, Dolby, FagorMastercook, Google, HP, IBM, LG, Qatar airways, NSN, Toshiba, Volvo, Whirlpool.   Read more …