Tag: Poland

BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland prepared a report about the changing trends in the modern workplace. 

Advisory firm JLL summarises the conditions on the industrial and warehouse market in Poland at the end of H1 2018.

Poland Today compiled this week's news from around the world about Poland.

Poland Today compiled this week's news from around the world about Poland.

Poland Today compiled this week's news from around the world about Poland. 

Helaba and pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank have jointly underwritten an investment facility to finance four office properties in Poland.

IMMOBEL Poland is finalising the revitalisation and development of the CEDET building located in the very heart of Warsaw. The (...)

Poland Today intern and recent Princeton University graduate, Taylor Chin, shares her experiences in Warsaw.

Retail experts of Cresa Poland - Daria Kotarska, Senior Advisor, Retail dept. and Magdalena Sadal, Head of Retail Research & Advisory - (...)

Rowing crews from all over Europe competed at the first Warsaw Head International Rowing Regatta.

Education is important in all countries. In Poland, however, it’s ingrained into the very fabric of the national character.

At a time when passions are raging in Poland concerning the future of education in the country, the latest annual (...)

A major restructuring of the education system in Poland is underway. The government claims it is carrying out much-needed reforms. (...)

Poland Today sat down with Undersecretary of State Piotr Dardziński at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education to shed (...)

Ahead of December’s COP24 UN Climate Change Conference in Katowice, and with air pollution a major challenge facing the country, (...)

Poland Today shares its forecasts for the new year, including government policy, Polish GDP growth, World Cup chances as well (...)

British historian and author, Adam Zamoyski, provides insights into his life as a descendant of the ancient Polish noble Zamoyski  family (...)

All eyes are on Poland's government with its leadership changes, new policies and international relationship issues.

Panattoni Europe, market leader in industrial real estate, will develop its third manufacturing facility for IDEAL AUTOMOTIVE.

The government will make the country one big economic zone, ending the exclusivity of SEZs.

Demand for warehouse and logistics real estate in Central Europe among international investors and tenants shows no signs of stopping.

Marian Turski has more than defied the terrible odds stacked against him in his youth. Here his granddaughter Klaudia shares (...)

When Karolina was first asked to move to China, she was taken by surprise and like anyone, she had certain (...)

Moving away from Egypt is the dream of every young Egyptian but when he finally made the leap and settled (...)

Poland Today recently caught up with Andrzej Wroński, Group Head of Asset Management P3 Logistic Parks.

Bricks Acquisitions Limited announces a public tender offer to acquire all the shares in ROBYG SA

Poland is the primary destination for capital and it is where investors spend far more on commercial real estate than (...)

Poland Today sits down with Mahan Charmshir, an Iranian living in Poland, to ask about his experiences in the country.

A Hidden Champion is a company that is in its market one of the top three in the world or (...)

While the country remains one of the biggest post-communist success stories, the perception of Poland on the international stage is (...)

Proposed changes seem very interesting, but will they be implemented without slowing the rapid growth in direct investments in Poland?

In the newest edition of the World Bank’s Doing Business report, which compares conditions for doing business in 190 countries (...)

Understanding the history of the Polish diaspora is the key to harnessing Poland's full business, intellectual and economic potential

President Donald J. Trump stopped in Warsaw, Poland last week before heading to the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

Prof. Elżbieta Mączyńska, President of the Polish Economic Society, says Poland’s economy needs a shot of caffeine, like a morning (...)

The oldest Swedish fast food restaurant chain, Max Premium Burgers, is entering the Polish market.

Foreign students are increasingly choosing to study at universities in Poland, attracted by the country's low cost of living, promising (...)

Education has long been a cornerstone of Polish culture. Kraków’s Jagiellonian University, established in 1364 by Casimir III the Great, (...)