Small cities are also attractive for business

Business services are migrating to smaller towns

Benefits awaiting potential investors in smaller towns may soon lead to a situation in which not only the biggest metropolises will be locations of the modern services.

Centres, which attract the biggest numbers of the sector of the modern services, are Warsaw, Cracow, Wroclaw, Lodz and Poznan.  According to “Rzeczpospolita” the group in question is not going to change in the foreseeable future.

Representatives of the Association of the Business Sector Services maintain that there might be much more target destinations. In addition, smaller centres may also enter the pool. Smaller costs are the main advantage. Owing to these facts, such places are more attractive for both smaller investors, who do not need specialized infrastructure, as well as for strategic investors – as places to locate their branch offices or to find subcontractors offering their services at lower prices, when compared to those on metropolises. The position of smaller towns might be bolstered by changes in the support system for investors, which are planned by the Poland's Ministry of Finance. 

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