Famous for its marketplaces and old towns, Poland also has a vast selection of forests, lakes and mountains to offer and boasts a strong central position within Europe. From the northerly golden beaches of the Baltic Sea and the southern mountain borders between the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Oder River bordering Germany in the west and the romantic landscapes of Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania in the east, Poland is well placed for doing business.
Over the years, Poland’s large and attractive internal market has become a key point of interest for investors — not only for Central and Eastern Europe but also for the whole of Europe and the world. Today, there are several multinationals based in the country as well as major local companies.
Thanks to its central location, Poland provides a mix of Western and Eastern European cultures, ideal for global businesses looking to tap into both sides of the continent. Although Polish is the official language, the country also has one of the highest rates of English as a second language in the world, helping to facilitate cross-country communications.