Locked content WSE: In Q1 number of IPOs lowest in 10 years

While in Q1 2015, most European bourses reported the best results in terms of the number of IPOs since 2000, the Warsaw Stock Exchange saw the lowest figure of companies going public in ten years, according to the IPO Watch report compiled by consultancy PwC. Only two companies decided to run an IPO...

Locked content Online advertising market grew by 7.2%

The value of the online advertising market amounted to PLN 2.61 billion, an increase of 7.2 percent year-on-year, according to a report compiled by consultancy PwC for IAB Polska. Mobile device and social media saw the highest growths. “In H2 2014, the online advertisement sector rose signific...

Locked content Family business worried about customers’ solvency

Maintaining profitability and customers’ solvency are among the greatest challenges for Polish family businesses, according to a survey by PWC. Polish family companies are focused on current affairs to a greater extent than the same kind companies in the rest of the world, according to Piotr W...

PwC: Polish economy to rank 31st in 2050

Poland’s economy will grow the fastest in the EU over a 50-year period, but it will rank 31st worldwide in 2050 due to a population decline, according to the report by PwC.

Locked content PwC opens center of excellence in Gdańsk

Global consultancy PwC will open its Polish center of excellence in Gdańsk in January, Puls Biznesu reported. In the first stage the unit will employ 50 people. It will increase employment to 500 in three or four years’ time. The Gdańsk center of excellence is the fourth of its kind opened by PwC. T...

PwC: WSE lags behind European stock markets

The Warsaw Stock Exchange hosted only six IPOs in the second quarter of 2014, three on the main market and three on NewConnect. With total IPO value at €89 million, the WSE is behind a stock market revival in Europe, PwC said in the latest edition of its IPO Watch report.