Delocating activities of foreign enterprises outside the home country has become a very complex issue. Business processes can be transferred in whole or in part, depending on the real benefits of relocation. The most obvious criteria are the benefits achieved through price competitiveness and the use of profits in the context of resource quality.
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.