Warsaw’s economic indicators far surpass those of any other city in the country, making the Polish capital the most attractive investment location in the whole of the CEE region.
Warsaw has a booming economy and a vibrant business centre. It is the CEE leader in terms of business activity, and home to global tech giants such as Facebook, Google and Samsung, consulting companies such as Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PWC, and many other global and Polish corporations. Moreover, in addition to firms already established here, there is a constant influx of new entrants, which counts among its numbers J.P. Morgan and Standard Chartered.
Warsaw is the largest city in Poland, the ninth most populous capital city in the EU, and the political, economic and cultural centre of Poland. The city’s economy is geared towards services, most notably banking and finance, insurance, consulting and media, as well as electronics and high-technology industries.
Importantly, Warsaw features excellent international accessibility (including two international airports) and public transportation system.
Warsaw is also an exciting place to live and work. The city offers numerous social, cultural, and educational institutions of national importance, as well as sports and recreational facilities.