by Michael Dembinski, chief advisor and Dorota Kierbiedź, membership director BPCC
Welcome to the October 2019 issue of Contact Magazine Online. In this edition, we focus on Polish real estate and construction – an important driver of the Polish economy, and an integral part of any business in whichever sector it operates. How does the market look now – and what are the prospects in the short- and medium term? What are the trends influencing its development?
By Wojciech Zebura, director, head of Warsaw, Nuvalu
If planned well and with enough forethought, relocating or expanding your business to Poland could not only accelerate your growth but redefine how you are perceived in your home markets by your customers, employees and other key stakeholders.
If we were to pick a few milestones in most people’s lives, deciding on buying a property would be one of them. However, times have changed and not that many young people are on the lookout for owning property. It turns out that for many of them renting a flat is not a curse, but a blessing and a desire.
By Bartosz Zamara Ph.D., senior executive, Europtima
Most presentations about technology disruption in construction begin with a diagram showing a neutral or negative increase of productivity over years, with other industries gaining up to 100% increase thanks to adoption of technology and automation. How come the construction industry hasn’t seen this jump in productivity?
By IWG, the world’s largest provider of workspaces like Regus and Spaces on the Polish market
The average urban commute in Poland is 41 minutes. The average Pole spends 340 hours a year just getting to work and back home. Employees are increasingly spending their commute engaged in work – but how effective that time is.