Locked content Is Poland change ready? – report

A KPMG report  “2015 Change Readiness Index” (CRI) places Poland in 32nd place out of 127 countries in the ranking. According to the authors “change readiness indicates the capability of a country – its government, private and public enterprises, people and wider civil society – to...

Locked content Value of automotive production sold up by 13.5% y/y

The value of production sold in the Polish automotive sector rose by 13.5 percent in Q1 2015 year-on-year and stood at PLN 32.1 billion, according to a report prepared by the Polish Automotive Industry Association and consultancy KPMG. In Q1 2015, Polish factories manufactured 151,600 passenger cars...

Locked content Luxury car registrations hit record high in 2014

The number of higher class car registrations was record high in 2014, according to the report Luxury Goods Market in Poland, issued by consulting firm KPMG. As many as 31,500 cars were registered in the premium car segment and 94 in the luxury car segment, an increase of 28 percent and 52 percent ye...

Locked content Polish automotive production up by 3.6% in 2014 y/y

The value of sold production in the Polish automotive sector rose by 3.6 percent in 2014 year-on-year and stood at PLN 113.1 billion, according to a report prepared by the Polish Automotive Industry Association and consultancy KPMG. In real terms, i.e. including rising production costs, sold automot...

Locked content KPMG: new luxury goods market report

Luxury apparel market will expand to PLN 3.2 million through 2017 and the amount of wealthy Poles will exceed to 1 million in 2016, KPMG predicted in the latest Luxury goods market in Poland report. The luxury apparel market will grow by 13 percent over the next three years and will continue to be t...

Locked content KPMG: Family-operated companies doing well

According to KPMG researchers, 57 percent of Polish family-operated firms (70 pct of European family-operated firms) evaluate their firm’s standing as good or very good. The greatest challenge for firms is the labor market and tax burdens. Only 13 percent of Polish family-run companies have trouble ...

Locked content Polish banks expect growth in 2015 – KPMG

Polish bank managers are the most optimistic in the CEE, according to the latest report by consultancy KPMG – Banking Executive Survey 2014, 57 percent of them expect the profit and revenue of the sector to rise in 2015. Almost 90 percent of the responders considers expanding product developme...

Poles to spend PLN 30 bln during winter season

Poles will spend PLN 29.9 billion on Christmas, New Year’s Eve and on vacation during the winter break, some 7 percent more than in the 2013/2014 season, according to consultancy KPMG. The sum corresponds to an average spending of PLN 1,031 per household, versus PLN 979 last year.