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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.

Standard is key?

The home automation market could see a major breakthrough once a unified standard of communication between devices is achieved. But is the lack of standardization the only obstacle producers will have to overcome?

Poland’s role in Europe

Jan Parys, the defense minister in Jan Olszewski’s 1991 government, and now the head of the political cabinet of foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski, sat down with WBJ Observer to talk about Polish priorities in shaping the European and defense strategy, the challenges now facing the European Unio...

Defense Industry on a path towards recovery

The Polish defense sector is in fairly poor condition: marred by nearly non-existent exports, mostly uncompetitive products and dearth of innovation. That situation is a consequence of historical factors still haunting the industry, thus, in order to get the full picture, one has to look back to the...

Creating our own chances

WBJ Observer talks with Ryszard Kardasz, director of the board of PCO S.A., Poland’s biggest producer of optoelectronic devices with the use of laser technology, night-vision and thermal imaging technology, about innovation, sector consolidation and chances for exports

The PLN 130 billion dillemma

On one hand, experts are saying that it is not enough and we need to be spending more. On the other, so far Poland has only spent a portion of the funds earmarked for this objective

Managing emotions

Dariusz Mioduski is a lawyer, who after years of working in construction and energy sectors, decided to switch to football. He talks about how difficult it is to manage such a polarizing brand as Legia and why, despite not making any money on it, he is loving it. He also talks about how he played ba...

Ahead of the implementation of the MAR regulation – is the Polis...

The implementation date of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR)1 is fast approaching. The MAR, which will apply directly to each EU Member State without requiring the states to introduce laws that implement it, will come into force entirely on July 3 and will bring about significant changes to the func...