Poland continues to lure investors into moving their operations to Warsaw and other Polish cities. Well-educated, relatively low-cost workforce along with EU structures and favorable geographical location appear to be a temptation that can’t be resisted for more and more companies. Just the past few weeks provide examples of offshoring to Poland that must catch any observer’s eye.
BNP Paribas informed that over 200 UK corporate and investment banking jobs will restructured in a move to Poland. This move is in sync with what many financial institutions do in an effort to save money and Warsaw is among leader of offshoring destinations.
Dentons, the largest international law company in the world (measure by number of lawyers), plans to open a business services center (of around 100 staff members this year alone) in Warsaw. Dentons will cut multiple positions in the UK as a part of the same effort.
These cases, among many others, prove that Poland remains as a hot destination for the global capital. With the continuous economic growth and great conditions for investors, Poland welcomes international entrepreneurs with the greatest promise of all – great quality at a lower cost.