Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Will WIBOR loans follow the Swiss franc legal path?

Disputes over mortgages denominated in Swiss francs have long dominated a certain type of court case in Poland, placing a significant burden on the...

Patchwork capitalism in CEE

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Which Polish companies are interested in Ukraine?

Polish companies from, among others, the mining and transport sectors are interested in investing in Ukraine, said Deputy Minister of Funds and Regional Policy...

Working on Green jobs

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A leap forward for Deep Tech in CEE

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Innovation in Poland’s modern business services sector

ABSL’s Modern Business Services Sector in Poland 2022 report confirms that the sector continues to stand out from other industries due to its high level of innovation. More than 72 percent of the sector’s representatives in Poland declared that they had introduced innovations in the last three years, compared to the enterprise sector average of 26.1 percent, recorded by the Central Statistical Office. In addition, ABSL’s annual report shows that more than 25 percent of respondents stated that they have a separate product development (R&D) team in Poland. Given the increasing share of highly specialized processes in the services provided and the fact that the sector is likely to exceed half a million employees in two years, it is necessary to accelerate the transformation of the Polish education system to meet the demand for the competencies required in the future.

Sylwia Ziemacka from Poland Weekly talks to Janusz Dziurzyński, President of ABSL and Dariusz Kubacki, ABSL Vice President, Business Intelligence.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
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