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2012-10-01

Vacancy rate up despite strong occupiers’ sentiment in Warsaw. High construction activity in the major office markets in Poland

SummaryJones Lang LaSalle summarised the office market data and trends in Warsaw and the other main Polish cities after Q3 2012. Below are key facts from the latest report:

Category: Publications Type: Reports
2012-01-12

Setting up a business in Poland: Forms of business entity

SummaryUK businesses in Poland tend to be big investors. According to the state inward investment agency, PAIiIZ, there are over 80 British investors present in the Polish market; companies like Tesco, BP, GlaxoSmithKline, Associated British Foods, Aviva and RSA. Yet looking at the structure of German and Italian investment in Poland, we can see thousands of SMEs which have set up manufacturing and service operations here. They have been doing profitable business here for years. There are, however, very, very few such companies from the UK present in Poland. One reason is that British owner-managers taking a look at the Polish market can be put off by the code-based legal system, different to English Common Law. There is more bureaucracy (Poland is not placed high in rankings of countries where it’s easy to do business); procedures are more complex and more time-consuming.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2013-01-01

Flicking the Switch: UK plc is taking Poland’s power sector seriously

SummarySince my arrival in Poland 30 years ago and through three tours of duty in Poland and one in Romania, I have watched with admiration the evolution of Central Europe from central planning and communism to market economies and democracy.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2013-03-06

Setting up in business in the UK

SummaryIf you are thinking of setting up in business or buying an existing business in the UK, Windmill Gąsiewski & Roman, a law firm with offices in Warsaw and Gdańsk and a long history of advising international clients, has set up its own discrete group to provide this advice. The group is able to advise on all the legal issues faced by business.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2013-03-11

Commercial real estate market in Poland remains stable across most sectors

SummaryAccording to Marketbeat Poland – Spring 2013 report from Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, last year’s office leasing volume shows the office market picking up momentum, gaining in importance relative to other property sectors. The retail market slowed compared with previous years. 2012 was the best year ever for the warehouse investment market.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2015-01-09

Polish year - 2015

SummaryThe Polish calendar has many festivals and public holidays which are unfamiliar to Britons. Many will be movable feasts which can take place at differing times. These will have a direct bearing on they way you plan your marketing and human resources for 2015.

Category: Publications Type: Articles
2015-07-30

Warsaw City Report Q2 2015

Category: Publications Type: Reports
2015-09-03

Marketbeat Poland Autumn 2015

SummaryThe first half of 2015 saw high levels of activity within the Polish commercial property market and the outlook for 2015 remains positive with annual figures likely to be better than in 2014 given the volume of transactions closing. More detailed information on the office, retail and industrial sectors is included in the latest report “Marketbeat Poland Autumn 2015” prepared by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. It also presents an overview of the commercial investment market in Poland and an outlook for the Polish commercial property market.

Category: Publications Type: Reports
2014-06-26, 10:00 am

Who said there are no EU grants?

BPCC and PNO invite you to a meeting of the Tax and Finance Reform Policy Group, at which an overview of all the possible grant support available to businesses this year will be presented.Check if there's a grant for you!

Category: Events
2014-06-12, 09:30 am

BPCC Academy: New phenomena in brand management.

We invite you to take part in a panel discussion as part of the BPCC Academy examining new phenomena in brand management. Participants will learn about the latest customer trends, which will allow them to adapt their business model to the realities of the market as it changes dynamically.

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