This report provides an overview of Tri-City’s business environment and an in-depth look at the market from the perspective of businesses. It also lists major company growth trends.
Tri-City entered 2019 as a recognized and popular BSS market. Total employment numbers in the industry have grown from 6 to 26 thousand over the last 7 years and over 80 new projects have been initiated in the city.
Services, industry and construction are the pillars of Pomeranian economy, and the two rapidly growing ports in Gdynia and Gdańsk play a crucial role in international commerce. Tri-City has one of the highest concentrations of economic activity. The metropolitan area has a population of 1.3 million (according to European Metromonitor), or 1.51 million if you include Gdynia.
Tri-City, along with the entire Pomerania region, ranks among Poland’s top-five destinations for foreign investment. There are almost 3.8 thousand foreign-owned companies in the region, and Pomerania receives 13% of all FDI that flows into Poland.
ECONOMIC INDICATORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS IN POLAND
INVESTMENT IN POLAND IN NUMBERS
INVESTMENT PLANS - INTRODUCTION
PART 1 Tri-City - introduction
Assessment of Tri-City
PART 2 Infrastructure
PART 3 Office space
PART 4 Public administration support
PART 5 Education potential
PART 6 Employment potential
PART 7 Business potential
PART 8 Tri-City as a place to live
Quality of living assessment
Tri-City as a place to live