From its humble beginnings, the IT sector in Poland is now set to take off over the coming years. WBJ Observer takes a look at the history of information technology in the country and where it’s headed
Polish exporters are powering ahead and drove GDP growth in 2013. But which companies are the industry leaders and what are their perspectives for the future?
For decades Poland’s nuclear power ambitions lay in ruins. Now, after years of neglect and exhaustive debate, it appears the atom will play a key role in the nation’s energy future
very city has a destination for the posh crowd. It’s the place where people go not only to do their business but to see and be seen. In Warsaw it’s most likely Pl. Trzech Krzyży where you’ll find the highest concentration of high heels and suits.No wonder then that as many as 94 percent of the city’...
Another 500,000 sqm of retail space will be delivered this year, with expansions of existing schemes and new ones in smaller cities some of the key trends in 2014
Artur Lebiedziński has been at the helm of PHN, one of Poland’s largest real estate groups, for only a few months but is already up to speed with the changes the company is going through. After several years of write-offs, its portfolio has finally stabilized and the firm is poised to make new acqui...
The US giant is building 300,000 sqm of logistics space in Poland, driving up the segment’s demand and development figures
After a good 2013, the hotel industry is poised for an even better year
With the slew of real estate data available, property managers, real estate owners and agents are employing new technologies to stay on top of things
Interview: James Chapman is partner and head of capital markets in Central Europe at Cushman & Wakefield