Wroclaw is a leading economic, technology and cultural center of Poland, and also one of the most rapidly growing metropolitan areas. The city is known for its strong business focus: not only numerous big Polish companies were created here, but also foreign investors find Wroclaw to be one of the best investment locations in Europe.
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Central location in Europe – with less than 4 hours of driving distance to Warsaw, Berlin and Prague enables fast and convenient access to any other location on the continent. Direct flights to 40 destinations make it even easier.
Wroclaw metropolitan area, with more than 1 200 000 inhabitants, is a large pool of educated talents, whose experience, high skills and knowledge of foreign languages are highly appreciated by companies from all sectors.
Wroclaw region is one of the top manufacturing hubs in Poland, with strong presence of world’s leading industries: automotive, white goods, engineering, pharmaceutical and chemical. Numerous foreign companies, skilled workers and innovativeness including industry 4.0. solutions result in one of the highest levels of productivity in the country.
The passion for knowledge and growth fuel creativity in the city. IT, biotechnology, engineering, chemistry and pharmaceuticals are the industries strongly represented in Wroclaw both by locally born startups and global leaders like Dolby, IBM, 3M, Macopharma, UTC, McKinsey, Google, just to name a few.
Strong academic center with 125 000 students and the leading technical university in Poland, together with vast and varied cutting-edge lab and technology infrastructure, make Wroclaw the most popular location in Poland in the area of R&D centers and Knowledge Process Outsourcing.
Business focus of the city and institutional to support for foreign and Polish companies is widely appreciated and followed by other cities. Wroclaw was ranked the best place to do business by ABSL* and “Most business-friendly Polish city in 2016” by Forbes.
Wroclaw – European Capital of Culture 2016 – is a fantastic place to live in, with hundreds of restaurants and thousands of film shows and theatre performances. It also provides high quality health infrastructure and most dynamic growth of housing supply in Poland.
International schools, strong expat community, integration programs for newcomers and wide network of volunteers make Wroclaw one of the most foreigner-friendly cities in Poland. Not surprisingly, Wroclaw was awarded “The best Polish city to live and work” by Foreigners in Poland in 2016.