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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.

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Where roads meet 

A few years have passed since Amazon opened its first logistics centers in Poland, which cost a whopping PLN 3 billion. The e-commerce giant’s decision was not a one-off deal but it seems to have put Poland permanently on Europe’s logistics map 
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Buy smart, get smart

Poland is already producing a quarter of Europe’s household appliances, and the industry is going from strength to strength. There are challenges ahead, but with challenges come great opportunities. Can Poland become the “Silicon Valley” of home appliances?
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Bridging the skill gap

WBJ asked Alain Dehaze, CEO of The Adecco Group, about the causes of youth unemployment in Poland, despite the record low rates and the challenges the job market will have to face in the future
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The digital era

WBJ talks to Juan Maria Porcar, the VP and Head of Eastern Europe, Russia & CIS and Africa at Fujitsu, about the digital age
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Addressing a market niche

There is demand for modern office space from small and medium-sized enterprises in Warsaw and the needs of those tenants should properly be addressed, says Joanna Schönthaler, the CEO at Park Avenue, the developer of the eponymous office project in the center of the city
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Open Book brings savings to fit-out

Last year saw a new practice on the fit-out market – Open Book. What turned out to be revolutionary was combining it with working on the Gross Maximum Price. Now, a company interested in arranging a new space no longer needs to worry about the budget, quality and timing
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Running on autopilot

How many times have you forgotten to pay a bill, write an email, make a phone call or cancel an ap­­pointment? And every time you do, you probably say to yourself “I should get an assistant.” However, if for whatever reason hiring another human to share your workload is not the answer for you, perha...