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.

Giants join the omnichannel race

The Polish e-commerce market has been growing at double-digit pace for years and the number of online shoppers is growing steadily. Some of Poland’s top retailers, who have thus far not been able to reap the benefits of the digital channel, are quickly making up for lost time. Fashion retailer LPP a...

From the top table

Hailed as one of Poland’s top restaurateurs, Marcin Wachowicz has created a string of successful projects that are defined by their sense of energy and buzz. This issue he joins the WBJ to talks about the trials and tribulations of this cut-throat industry

There’s always room for more tech in finance

In Poland, it is banks, not just start-ups that spearhead the FinTech revolution. They have strived to remain at the cutting edge for two decades now. With the introduction of the PSD2 directive, they may face some competition from start-ups, but some are already prepared for the changes and others ...

Chillout spots

Some bounce rubber balls against the wall, shoot hoops into a wastepaper basket, listen to tunes on their headphones, while others sneak out for a quick cig behind the office building. We all need to take a breather every now and then. With the increasing talent shortage, employers go out of their w...

Institutionalized luxury rentals coming to Poland

WBJ sat down with Xavier Jongen, management board member at investment manager Catella Real Estate, to talk about the company’s No. 44 rental apartments in Warsaw and the luxury rental property market in Poland

Growing slowly but surely

The luxury residential real estate market in Poland has continued to grow steadily over the past few years. As Poles become more and more affluent, the prospects for this niche sector remain positive

From quantity to quality

After 15 years of development, the outlet center market in Poland is not expected to see many new project openings in the near future. This does not mean that the sector is not in for major changes

Where is Poland’s Silicon Valley?

A software engineer comes up with a tech idea and develops it into a business. He/she makes a proof of concept, assembles a team with the necessary skillset and together they work towards monetizing the idea. They find a VC willing to provide them with financing, validate their prototype and then go...