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The high rating of attractiveness of Warsaw as a place for developing the business of decision makers is valuable feedback from participants in the local labour market and potential investors.

"Warsaw: investment potential" is one of eight reports, the second edition of the Business Environment Assessment Study (BEAS). We asked almost 500 directors of companies operating in the Polish market to share their opinions. This report provides an assessment of Warsaw’s business environment through the eyes of those business decision-makers.The results enable us to take an in-depth look at the Polish market from the perspective of businesses and outline the most important company growth trends.

Our partners provided invaluable support and expert knowledge in all areas of research. Antal was the labour market expert, Cushman & Wakefield advised on infrastructure and Adaptive shared insights on the factors that impact future investment.


Among the parameters appreciated by the respondents, the educational potential was rated first, reflected in the availability of qualified employees, excellent infrastructure ensuring excellent intercity and international transport connections as well as high business potential of the capital understood as saturation of the market with companies with a competitive profile. Further places included: employment potential and rating of the location as a place to live.


  • Economic indicators and working conditions in Poland
  • Investment in Poland in numbers
  • Investment plans - introduction
  • Warsaw - introduction
  • Infrastructure
  • Selected travel times and distances from Warsaw
  • Office space
  • Real estate in Warsaw
  • Public administration support
  • Education potential
  • Education opportunities defined as the supply of future employees
  • Foreign language potential in Masovian voivodeship
  • Employment potential
  • Labour market indicators in Masovian voivodeship
  • Sample remunerations in Warsaw
  • Business potential
  • Selected companies in Warsaw and the surrounding region
  • Warsaw as a place to live
  • Quality of living assessment
  • Methodology