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.

Elements for success

Poland’s chemical industry is back on track for growth. It continues to improve its position globally with the help of strong investment and recent consolidation in the sector

Legia’s big dreams

Legia is proving to be the best football club in Poland, both in terms of sport and financial results. But its dominance on home turf is not enough for the club’s new owners: now they want to make their mark in Europe

Making waves

Polish design may be becoming a fast-growing and trendy line of business, but it still has a way to go before it starts making its mark on the global market

The rise of online shopping

Consumers tastes increasingly seem to favor online offers. Will the Polish e-commerce market see even greener pastures?

“The EU is going through a big test” – interview with Pat Cox...

Pat Cox, a former president of the European Parliament and a recent EU Special Envoy to Ukraine, discusses the face-off the West is now having with Russia over Kiev’s future, the radicalization of the political climate in Europe in the context of upcoming EP elections and whether the euro zone crisi...

Reinventing the dice

How two Poles brought a 5,000-year-old home entertainment system into the digital age

Toy story

“The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave,” Ronald Reagan once said. As far as business ideas go, have you ever heard of anything bolder than a doll-making start-up set up as a joint-stock company, manufacturing in Germany and opening its first store in one of Poland’s ...

The world isn’t flat

Selena defies those who say Polish companies don’t have what it takes to become global players. Over its 20-year history the firm rose from local construction foam retailer to the world’s third-largest manufacturer of chemical adhesives