We are economic development powerhouse. Poland GDP PPP Per Capita is forecasted to be 41,684.686 PPP Intl $ in Dec 2022 as reported by International Monetary Fund. Looking ahead, Poland GDP PPP Per Capita is projected to stand at 55,047.846 PPP Intl $ in Dec 2027.
Business friendly environment. We are leading country in Central Europe region. Ranked as seventh in Europe and first in CE with highest level of FDI received in last years. More than 200 FDI with total value of over 13,2 bilion USD. International corporations including Amcor, Lend Lease, Goldman Sachs, Mercedes-Benz, and KPMG have all set up in Poland because of lower wages and proximity to other European markets but also because it has a stable currency, reliable banking sector and excellent pool of talent in key industry sectors such as IT, clothing, electronics, food, mining, and mechanical engineering.
Further, it is also home to 5k + technology start-up talent pool, making it a favorable ecosystem for both product as well as services companies to explore it as their next geography in their globalization journeys. Poland is home to 100+ colleges and universities, with around 140k graduates in engineering courses. Poland holds fourth place in Europe in terms of the number of people enrolled in higher education. The three largest universities in Poland are all technology institutions – Warsaw University of Technology, Wroclaw University of Technology, and AGH University of Science & Technology.
Central geographical location in the heart of Europe. The central location of Poland makes it attractive for foreign companies which aim at slashing time of order realization for customers in the markets at center of Europe.
Polish Investment Zone. It is a statutory support instrument for companies planning new investments. Entrepreneurs are given 10 to 15 years to complete the investment and take advantage of a tax relief.
Talent hub. Being one of the most dynamic economies in the EU and achieving a remarkably high rank on the Human Development Index, Poland is the eighth largest economy in Europe. Poland is home to 38.2 mln inhabitants, of which, 16.5 mln people are in the working age group.