Foreign expansion: a chance for Polish e-commerce
Over 20 thousand internet stores operate in Poland, but few of them direct their offer to foreign clients. Meanwhile, experts underline that expansion into international markets constitutes a chance for development for Polish e-commerce firms.
Investments in the Polish waterworks and sewage sector
Poland's waterworks and sewage sector has undergone enormous changes since Poland's accession to the EU, made possible by the EU funds. The means were spent on developing the waterworks network, modernizing wastewater treatment plants and building new ones as well as improving water quality.
Polish airports record another year of passenger growth, but not all of them
The condition of the Polish aviation market is improving: the number of passengers who use domestic airports has been rising for several years, the offer of destinations is becoming increasingly attractive, and the position of the so-called low-cost carriers is becoming stronger. Such are the conclusions of the "Aviation Market 2014" report drafted by the Tourism Institute of the Warsaw-based SGTiR tourism school.
Poland facing risk of labor force deficit in 2015
The number of Poles entering the labor market in 2015 will likely fall and will be lower than the number of those leaving the market for the first time, leading to labor force deficit, experts predict. Such a forecast was presented in February by DNB Bank Polska and consultancy Deloitte in the report “2015 directions: global challenges, domestic opportunities, sector forecasts”.