Warsaw Business Journal

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Warsaw Business Journal Observer brings readers the stories, companies, personalities and successes that are driving Poland forward and creating the Polish market. Poland’s leading English-language business information monthly. Independent, apolitical, authoritative. To subscribe please contact Magdalena Czopur +48 22 257 75 00 ext. 245.

Leveraging know-how

A lot of change has come to the tech market over the course of 2018. PSD2 is supposed to open the e-commerce market to SMEs, GDPR made a lot of noise back in May, while blockchain is gaining both traction and notoriety at the same time. WBJ sat down with Martin Zalewski, expert on design thinking, b...

Failed recruitment – what then?

Real financial losses, project delays, a drop in efficiency and low morale – these are only some of the consequences companies have to face after a failed recruitment. What support can employers count on from a recruitment agency? How do you set the rules right?

A developed country, but how rich?

Starting in September 2018, Poland will become the first country from Central and Eastern Eu­rope to be included in the exclusive group of 25 developed markets, according to FTSE Russell. What does this mean for our economy and capital markets and should it change anything in the eyes of investors?

The biggest pension reform in years

A major pension overhaul is about to take place. Though still in preparation, its execution will likely be very swift. Will it indeed encourage Poles to save up for retirement? How much will labor costs increase and how will it impact the investment market? WBJ sat down with Piotr Kochański and Rafa...

Is PLN 103 bln enough to tackle smog in Poland?

Poland claims the unflattering title of the smoggiest country in Europe. While the Government has pledged serious money to fight it, coal standard regulations seem to be counter-productive. And while Poles wait for the heating system subsidies to roll out, millions of outdated, fuming furnaces will ...

State-of-the-art residential space

Art exhibitions are these days no longer confined to museums and art galleries, with shows of paintings and sculptures now being increasingly often organized in modern residential, office and retail buildings, as well as in the public areas around them. One such event is currently on at the Cosmopol...

The art in ‘apartment’

Suburbia is losing its attraction to the tantalizing appeal of living in the very heart of the bustling city center, and living outside the city is giving way to the idea of living above it