Take a look at Poznań
Poznań is one of the most rapidly developing cities in the CEE region, featuring in many prestigious rankings and also known as an important academic, scientific and trade centre. The key assets of the city include the following: highly educated and skilled professionals, a multicultural environment, an extensive range of modern office space and a high standard of living.
Poznań is one of the most important academic and scientific centres in Poland. There are over 112,000 students in the city, studying at 25 universities, including 4,200 from overseas, the majority of whom come from other European countries. The growth in the number of IT and business students is the highest in Poland.
Poznań is a city in western Poland, located in the middle of the distance between Warsaw and Berlin with a well-developed road and railway system infrastructure. An international airport is situated just 15 minutes from the city centre, offering daily flights to the most important European hubs.
The priority sectors
The priority sectors for the City of Poznań include Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Shared Services Centre (SSC), IT, Research and Development (R&D), as well as technologically advanced manufacturing.
The Investor Relations Department at the City of Poznań offers comprehensive assistance to companies choosing Poznań as their location. The support of a dedicated Project Manager is available at every stage of the investment process.
Poznań is featured in many prestigious rankings. It is among the TOP-3 Mid-sized European cities in Business Friendliness according to fDI Magazine by Financial Times. Poznań was also ranked “The most business-friendly Polish city in 2017” by Forbes.
- The capital city of Greater Poland has more than 110,500 registered enterprises.
- The unemployment rate has been the lowest in Poland for many years.
- The value of direct foreign investments in Poznań is one of the highest in Poland.
A city for people
Poznań's residents enjoy many diverse and appealing ways of spending their leisure time, including a wide range of cultural and sporting events. Major urban regeneration projects in the city centre and on the Warta Riverside make Poznań an even more vibrant and exciting place to live.
Poznań is the top-rated city according to the ‘Foreigners in Poland’ report. Expats appreciate the friendly atmosphere, low living costs and efficient public transportation system.