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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.

Judith Gliniecki, a partner in Wierzbowski Eversheds Poland

Director, be prudent

Over the years, I’ve advised a lot of companies that were looking to make an investment in Poland. During this process, the investor team and I tend to discuss several recurring themes about doing business here. One of these “talks” is inevitably about a director’s duties and liabilities. Unfortunat...
Remi Adekoya

People want politicians to bull**** them

Deputy Prime Minister Elżbieta Bieńkowska, who is in charge of Poland’s Infrastructure and Development Ministry, got herself into hot water recently. In response to reporters’ questions over several trains being delayed due to freezing weather conditions, she replied: “Sorry, that’s just the kind of...
The most recent development on ul. Chmielna added 3,800 sqm of office space and 1,700 sqm of retail spaceImage : LHI

The High Streets: ul. Chmielna

Poles are not particularly outdoorsy people. It’s hard to blame them given that up to seven months a year, temperatures drop below freezing. Yet they do love the shopping experience and are no strangers even to outdoor shopping. Even in the cold of winter, Varsovians flock to the capital’s top meeti...
Outlet Center Lublin will be the first outlet scheme in the city. It will deliver 12,500 sqm of retail space with 100 storesImage : CBRE

Eastern appeal

2014 will be a year of outlet centers. In addition to the existing 10 in major regional cities, three new will open soon, all located in Poland’s eastern cities. But is the current rate of development wise?