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"Onshore, nearshore, offshore, unsure? A 2013 Polish perspective"

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The Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency PAIIIZ together with Jones Lang LaSalle, Association of Business Service Leaders in Poland and Hays Specialist Recruitment looks at the Polish investment attractiveness in the BPO sector.

The report "Onshore, nearshore, offshore, unsure? A 2013 Polish perspective" investigates the opportunities that Poland offers to the Business Process Outsourcing and Shared Service Sector in 2013. The objective with the Report was to help understand current trends in this sector in Poland. The Report presents details in the following areas of interest to the BPO/ SSC companies: labour market, incentives and grants for the R&D sector as well as the real estate market. Corporations considering Poland as a potential destination are able to make comparisons between Poland and western European economies. 

 

Poland: The Destination for Modern Business Services

The range of functions that are being near/off-shored to CEE is growing in complexity at a faster pace than in Asia. Poland has a maturing outsourcing market and is a long-term investment destination in which to settle, expand and evolve one‟s business.

 

Business environment

Poland is one of the most rapidly growing markets in Europe. A high level of investment attractiveness and a declining complexity of doing business.

 

Grants & Incentives

Investors from the business services sector in Poland can benefit from different types of state aid, as well as incentives from EU funds and EU R&D programs via their Polish registered entities.

 

Labour Market

A growing number of experienced employees and skilled graduates, a wide diversity of foreign language knowledge, attractive labour costs, significant mobility and low attrition rates. Cost arbitrage is no longer given the highest weighting in the decision-making hierarchy.

 

Connectivity

Poland, with its 12 international airports, is well connected to all major cities in Europe within two to three hours‟ flying time. Poland is also located in a favourable time zone for global communications. Poland is one of the most rapidly growing markets in Europe. A high level of investment attractiveness and a declining complexity of doing business.

 

Real Estate Market

Poland‟s office market is developing fast; it offers a wide range of office locations and high quality office space that meets the needs of the modern business services sector.

 

 

You can download The report "Onshore, nearshore, offshore, unsure? A 2013 Polish perspective" from PAIIZ web page.