In with the new

The ruling PiS party kicked-off the second half of its term with a major government reshuffle. The Prime Minister was replaced with her former deputy, and three ministry heads also lost their posts. Who has left and who’s in to replace them?

Locked content Women’s strike ‘Black Friday’ takes place in Warsaw

Women’s strike against proposals  for a total ban of abortion “Black Friday” started in Warsaw on March 23, at 2 pm.  Around 100 participants  gathered near the Świętokrzyska  metro station to march through the streets of Warsaw wearing black as a sign of protest. Those supporting the ban organized ...

Written in Lipstick’s 9th “Businesswoman of the Year”...

The Written with Lipstick Foundation for Success held their 9th annual “Businesswoman of the Year” awards at the Senator building in Warsaw on Thursday, March 1st. This competition has grown significantly in popularity for nearly a decade, aving received a record number of over 260 applications this...

No fluff needed

The IT market has never been as competitive when it comes to talent hunting. How is recruitment different in this highly technical industry, where job offers rain down on candidates every day? WBJ asked Tomasz Bujok, co-founder and CEO of No Fluff Jobs, an innovative ad portal for the IT industry. 

Cash IT in

The market has never been this good for IT professionals. They have enjoyed special treatment for years now, but current pay trends are staggering. How much longer can this growth continue?

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT: Built to last

Real estate continues to attract international investors, despite concerns of a correction being underway. What makes them interested in the Polish market? Which asset classes are they most eager to buy and what can they expect over the next two years? WBJ sat down with Rafał Zięba, Managing Partner...

Learning how to fail

Innovation requires not only money but also being ready to learn from mistakes and, above all, try again. Trying to copy solutions that work well elsewhere is not always the best way to go. WBJ sat down with Filiberto Amati of Amati & Associates to talk about innovation and international expansi...

Glapiński: cryptocurrencies make no sense for Polish economy

NBP head Adam Glapiński stated that “introducing [cryptocurrencies (like Bitcoin)], makes no sense for the Polish economy, as they only bring anxiety and provide room for speculation,” and that Poland will follow other European economies: “if they ban cryptocurrencies, so will Poland,” he said in an...