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Polish companies: competitive and growing, but facing a labor shortage

Domestic companies are becoming increasingly competitive on the global market, thanks in part to their family-oriented nature, and the commitment and high competence of...

There is no turning back from sustainable development. Over 90% of companies expect this...

Sustainable development is no longer considered a mere addition or a nice-sounding slogan but a “must-have” across virtually every industry. Over half of manufacturing...

Business bankruptcies in Poland on the rise, warns economist

The war in Ukraine, despite breaking out a year and a half ago, remains a significant factor not only for humanitarian reasons, but also...

Negative mood among Polish entrepreneurs. Companies have exhausted their investment reserves

Polish entrepreneurs have been operating in an unfavorable market environment and under conditions of great uncertainty for months. This translates into negative moods and...

The mood of Polish entrepreneurs continues to deteriorate

According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS), the unemployment rate in Poland remained stable at 5% in September, as expected. At the same time,...

Hybrid work or traditional? Beata Drzazga on the pros and cons

On managing in the era of 5% unemployment rate and the dispute over the superiority of work models – hybrid over stationary and stationary...
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Leading the Way: How CEOs Can Benefit from Portugal’s Golden Visa

Portugal's Golden Visa program has emerged as a strategic tool for CEOs looking to expand their business operations and explore new investment opportunities.  This unique...
Sabowicz Marcin

European gaming primed for revenue growth of 8% per annum over next five years

According to Savills latest research, the European gaming sector is primed for revenue growth of 8% per annum over the next five years, driven...
Dudek Karolina, Colliers

Hybrid work in the new reality

While prior to the pandemic, as many as 76 percent of organisations employed people to work exclusively in the office, only 24 percent of organisations surveyed...
Jan Gąsiorowski

Foreign financing entities can increase their share in the Polish market

The political situation, the increasing inflation and interest rates, as well as the growing pressure on banks, which may increase margins on granted loans,...
Warszawa – Plac Europejski fot. Walter Herz

There is a battle for investments in Europe. Do we have a chance to...

Poland has every chance to become the largest beneficiary of the global economic transformation in Europe. We are more cost-effective than Western countries, we...
PET Bottles - Harmful or Environmentally Friendly?

PET Bottles – Harmful or Environmentally Friendly?

PET bottles are very popular. Water, milk, beverages, as well as dish washing liquid, oil or windscreen washer liquid are sold in such containers....
Jarosław Pilch Workthere Savills

The world’s most expensive flexible office locations

New York and San Francisco have emerged as the most expensive flexible office markets worldwide, while Berlin is one of the fastest-growing European markets,...
Przemysław Błaszkiewicz, Senior Associate, Office Agency, Colliers in Poland

Office-based European corporations saw no meaningful cost savings despite homeworking

Costs predominantly the same for office operations, despite the majority of workforce being home-based during the pandemic. Despite almost all European office employees working from...
John Palmer, Head of Industrial Investment, Savills Poland

Re-shoring, automation and remote working set to change the shape of Europe’s logistics sector

Warehouse occupiers are prioritising the shortening of supply chains to mitigate business risks, a trend that is likely to dominate the demand for warehouse...
Katarzyna Wlodek-Makos Colliers

77% of companies plan to permanently implement a hybrid work model

For nearly 1.5 years, since the beginning of the pandemic, the hybrid work model has permanently established itself in the labor market. According to...
Jarosław Pilch, Head of Tenant Representation, Office Agency, Savills

The cities that may migrate faster to hybrid working

Savills has examined both employee-driven and occupier/employer-driven factors to assess which global cities may see a faster transition to hybrid working post Covid-19.  From...
Bartłomiej Zagrodnik, Managing Partner at Walter Herz

The pandemic did not stop the office market. High activity of developers in 2020

Despite its unique nature, 2020 brought twice as many new offices in Warsaw as the previous year. Thanks to the high activity of developers,...
Finnish and Polish ICT Companies to Cooperate

Finnish and Polish ICT Companies to Cooperate in the European ICT Alliance

The region of Southwest Finland and two key regions in Poland - Wrocław and Gdańsk - are ramping up their cooperation in the development...
Monika Rajska Wolińska Colliers

Remote working is here to stay, but it will not replace offices

When the pandemic was announced in mid-March in Poland, companies had to switch to home office overnight. Remote working has become the dominant model...

Polish companies becoming increasingly aware of cyber threats associated with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used both for cyberattacks and for defending against them. According to a study by EY - "How Polish Companies...
Anna Głowacz, Head of Industrial Agency, AXI IMMO

Polish industrial market 2023 overview and outlook for 2024

Poland's industrial sector slowed in 2023, but the market hopes to rebound in 2024. After the peak of take-up and supply in the so-called...
offices photo by Walter Herz office buildings

The office market is adapting to the new reality

Demand for offices remains high, but there is the least amount of space under construction in over a dozen years. The office real estate...