Let’s meet at the free conference “Open Source in Business”...

The conference “Open source in business”, which will take place on June 18th in Warsaw, is the first such event in Poland about open source solutions and their practical application in the enterprise. The event is aimed at bringing together professional specialists and enthusiasts of ope...

Polish cities among the cheapest to live in – report

Polish cities are amongst the cheapest to live in, with the most expensive Warsaw, placed in 261st spot out of 300 included in a report prepared by Expatisan. In Warsaw, renting a 45-sqm apartment costs on average PLN 1,800, while the price of a lunch meal in a business district is PLN 26. Five Poli...

Locked content Record high April passenger traffic at Katowice Airport

More than 293,000 passengers were processed at the Katowice Airport in April, 56,700 passengers (24 percent) more than in the corresponding month of 2017. This is the best April result in the airport’s history and the 15th consecutive month of double-digit increase, Piotr Adamczyk, the spokesperson ...

Locked content Over 20 offers in Orlen’s Baltic wind farm tender

Over 20 companies filed their offers in a tender for technological concept for a sea wind farm on the Baltic Sea, organized by PKN Orlen, the oil giant stated. The total power generating capacity of the investment could reach 1,200 MW. In March, PKN Orlen announced the tender for an initial technica...

Locked content mBank with PLN 411 mln profit in Q1

mBank recorded consolidated net profit of PLN 411 million in Q1 2018, up from PLN 218.78 million in the corresponding period of last year, the lender stated in a report. Profit form interest increased to PLN 816.42 million from PLN 749.01 million posted in Q1 2017. Profit from commissions reached PL...

Locked content Pekao cuts workforce to save PLN 70 mln per year

Polish bank Pekao SA introduces voluntary departures for about 1,000 of its employees in order to save about PLN 70 million on an annual basis. “The cost of this program will not exceed PLN 40 million,” said Tomasz Kubiak, deputy CEO of the bank. The bank’s CEO informed that Pekao ...

Locked content Grupa Azoty sees higher investments for 2014-2020

Poland’s largest chemicals maker Grupa Azoty will have significantly higher investment costs for 2014-2020 than the previously announced PLN 7 billion, said the company’s deputy CEO, Paweł Łapiński. By 2017 the state-controlled group already allocated around PLN 4 billion to investments. In 20...