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Warsaw Office Market Prepares for Rising Rents

As of the end of 2023, Warsaw remains the leader on Poland's office market, but 61,000 sqm (-74% y/y) completed in the last 12 months was one of the lowest results in its history....

Polish office market – summary of 2023 and outlook for 2024

Following - supply gap, stable quarterly take-up, remote working in the Labor Code, prop-tech, ESG, and demolition - Poland's largest advisory firm, AXI IMMO, presents six key trends on the Polish office market with...

Financial Institutions Prioritize Cybersecurity Investment Amidst Growing Digital Adoption

Financial sector companies are evolving digitally, with cybersecurity becoming of ever-increasing importance. Organizations are increasingly aware of the impact of this aspect on their business strategies. According to the latest report by consulting firm...
Marcin Purgal Investment AY

Polish office market faces challenges, but outlook remains optimistic

The decline in investment volume, which has been recorded this year in all sectors of the real estate market in Poland, is particularly visible in the office segment. Despite the relative recovery that could...

Electromobility Throws Poland’s Automotive Sector into Turmoil

Most car manufacturers declare that they will be ready by 2035 for the obligation to introduce only zero-emission vehicles into circulation. However, the problem will lie with the manufacturers of parts and components, as...

Cloud Computing in the Energy Sector: A Slow but Steady Growth

Analytic firm Precedence Research is projecting $1.2 billion and a 10% increase in spending on cloud computing in the energy sector this year. This is a small share, considering total spending on cloud computing...

Life Sciences industry facing transformation

The sectors comprising the life sciences industry, such as biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical, are currently areas of intensive innovation. Examples of digitization and modernization include precision medicine, digital health care, and solutions based on...

Polish Railway Construction Sector Faces Stiff Challenges Amidst Rising Costs and Limited Funding

The situation of companies carrying out infrastructure investments in the railway sector has been very difficult for about two years now. One of the major problems is the sharp increase in costs, triggered by...

Best consumer sentiment in three years. It’s going to be a lavish December

"This will be the most extravagant December in years. 'Consumer sentiments are the best since 2020.'" A decrease in inflation to 6.5%, a planned minimum wage increase starting from January, and generally better consumer mood...

Poland’s Central Bank Pushed Back Prospect of Rapid Rate Cuts, China’s Deflation, and Cryptocurrency...

The President of the National Bank of Poland's conference has pushed back the prospect of rapid interest rate cuts in Poland. In China, deflation was recorded in both consumer and producer prices. The cryptocurrency...
Szymon Dziak-Czekan

Russian Plastic Flooding Polish Market, Threatening Domestic Recycling Industry

The recycling industry in Poland is currently on the brink of bankruptcy. Over 70% of recyclers had to reduce their processing capacities this year, and 30% have already had to shut down their operations,...
Jakub Faryś

EU’s ban on petrol and diesel cars could leave Poland behind

In 2035, it will not be possible to register combustion engine cars in the EU. In wealthier countries like Germany, France, or Spain, there will be a lot of electric vehicles, but a large...
Barbara Kamińska, Director of Risk Assessment at Coface in Poland

Polish corporate insolvencies decelerate in Q3 2023, but uncertainty remains

The highly unfavorable economic situation in recent years has resulted in the bankruptcy of 3,640 companies, marking an 89% increase compared to the same period last year. Despite the still high number of insolvencies,...
Daniel Czarnecki Savills

Development activity on the Warsaw office market gradually recovers amid falling vacancies

Office availability on the Warsaw office market is shrinking, with the vacancy rate for the whole city down to 10.6% and to just over 9% in the centre, says real estate advisory firm Savills....

Polish companies see a gloomy outlook for 2023

We present the views of experts who manage the finances of key Polish companies, based on a survey conducted this year by Allianz Trade in partnership with the Association of Polish Corporate Treasurers (PCTA)....

Polish Development Fund Demands Return of Subsidies from Foreign Companies

The Polish Development Fund (PFR) is demanding the return of subsidies, this time those provided to the branches of foreign companies. The Financial Shield of the Polish Development Fund, as a support program within the...

Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular, driven by rising fuel prices

More than half (55%) of people planning to purchase a car are leaning towards an electric vehicle (EV). Rising costs of gasoline cars, primarily fuel, is the primary driver behind this trend. The shift...

Polish Companies Increasing Foreign Investments

The majority of Polish investments are located in Europe, but the United States, India, and the Middle East are becoming increasingly popular. According to the NBP, the value of Polish direct investments abroad was...

Drastic decline in the mental health of Polish workers

Almost ⅔ of employees have noticed a deterioration in mental health in the last 3 years. One in five working Poles used psychological support last year, and 62% of them call for such opportunities...

The online services market in Poland is growing at a dizzying pace

Over the past few decades, we have seen a transformation in the way we shop and utilize services. Traditional commerce, based on physical points of sale, is increasingly being replaced by online trade. The...

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

Poland’s Industrial Market in 2023 – slower, but not weaker

After the very successful years of 2021 and 2022, known as the golden period of development of the industrial market in Poland, 2023 was...
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...


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XTB shatters records in 2023 with a PLN 791.3 million profit...

312,000 new customers acquired in 2023, over 77,000 in Q4 alone A 51.0% increase in the number of active customers to 408,500 Q4...
Ben Laidler, eToro’s Global Market Strategist

The strange anatomy of global debt

DEBT: Global debt trends matter and the current levels are eye-poppingly high. However there are big differences across the segments of governments, companies, or...