Warsaw was classified in sixth place in the ranking of fDi’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2020/21
Interestingly, Stryków (Łódź Voivodeship) took the 17th place in the same ranking, directly in front of Oslo, Barcelona, Stockholm, and Cambridge (where the third best university in the world is).
The fDi service, which belongs to the Financial Times publishing house, analyzed a total of 505 different European locations, awarding them points in six different categories: economic potential, lifestyle and human capital, cost-effectiveness, business friendliness, connectivity, and FDI strategy.
London won the overall ranking, which took the leading position despite the potential threats arising from Brexit. Paris came second, Dublin came third, and Munich came fourth. Amsterdam came fifth, directly ahead of Warsaw.