Sunday, November 27, 2022

Portugal and Poland – a growing friendship

On October 24-28, the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (PPCC) organized its latest mission of Polish business representatives to Portugal. It was attended by five...

EC lowered its forecast for Poland’s GDP

On Friday 11 November, the European Commission lowered its forecast for Poland's GDP growth in 2022 from 5.2% to 4.0%, and in 2023 from...

HOLD ON TO YOUR DEMOCRACY

Xisha is a Belarusian artist and a political refugee living in Warsaw. Graduated from The Belarusian Academy of Arts in Minsk in 1996, she’s...

Climate technology investment in CEE on the up

The Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region accounts for 3.73% of all greenhouse gas emissions, but attracts only 0.79% of global investment in climate...

Senior housing and healthcare investment in Poland

According to the senior housing opportunity index developed by Savills in the end of 2019 that aimed to establish where in Europe the senior housing market has more potential for growth, Poland was in top 5 out of 23 European countries. Poland was described as the fast-growing elderly population combined with the lowest number of dwellings per inhabitant, what makes Poland a great prospective country for the senior housing market. Do international investors see this potential?

Sylwia Ziemacka, Managing Director at Poland Weekly talks to Dagmara Kryskiewicz and Ron van Bloois from MI, advisory and management firm that specializes in operational asset classes, including senior housing/living and healthcare real estate.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
Managing DirectorShe has over 15 years of experience in media, communication and public relations. She used to work for several publishers, managing both Polish and international media projects. She specializes in B2B communication and publishing.
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