Most Investor-Friendly City (2017)

The category is open for the most business-friendly cities that have an effective strategy to attract investors. The jury will evaluate such factors as the costs of doing business, special allowances and incentives, the friendliness of the business climate, the cooperation of local authorities, human capital resources, the success of acquisitions, the use of EU funds, the infrastructure, plans for further development and revitalisation, local transport, the implementation of new technology and environmental policies.

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Nominees

As an economic center of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship and one of the largest city in Poland our purpose is to both inspire local businesses and create optimal conditions for implementing ... more
Łódź is a city located right in the centre of Poland, and also the centre of Europe, surrounded by a network of motorways and expressways which provide the city with excellent connections to ... more
OFFICE STOCK (SQ M): EXISTING - 5,161,100 UNDER CONSTRUCTION - 750,000 PIPELINE BY THE END OF 2018 - 380,000 VACANT - 13.9% A-CLASS STOCK - 49% OFFICE DEMAND (SQ M): TAKE-UP H1 2017 - ... more
Presently Katowice is the fourth regional market in Poland in terms of modern office space. If we take Warsaw into consideration, Katowice is in fifth place. The size of modern office space in the ... more
The healthy state of the economy in Krakow is reflected in the state of the real estate market. Krakow is the largest regional office space market. Krakow office stock is expected to exceed 1 ... more
Since the beginning of 2014 Lublin has grown in popularity among developers offering modern warehouse, office and hotel spaces. This trend results from a growing demand for this type of services in ... more
Poznań - the capital of the Wielkopolska voivodeship and one of the oldest and biggest cities in Poland. Poznań occupies an area of 262 km2 and has a population of 550,000 inhabitants. Most of ... more

Jury

Adrian Karczewicz
Head of Divestments CEE at Skanska Commercial Development Europe
Skanska Commercial Development Europe
Arkadiusz Rudzki
Managing Director Skanska Property Poland
Skanska Property Poland
Árpád Török
Chief Executive Officer
TriGranit
Artur Sutor
Partner, Head of the Office Department
Cresa Polska
Beata Kokeli
Country Manager Poland & Head of Asset management
TriGranit Polska Sp. z oo
David Brodersen
COO
Coimpex
Dorota Malinowska
Partner
Pro Value Sp. z o.o.
Grzegorz Wieczorek
Director of Operations
WSP Polska Sp. z o.o.
Hanna Milczarek
Investment Director
AXI IMMO Group
Hubert Michalak
Senior Vice President, Managing Director CEE
Hillwood Polska sp. z o.o.
Jacek Trybusz
President of the Board
Probuild Sp. z o.o.
Janusz Buława
Board Member
Eiffage Immobilier Polska
Jarosław Fijałkowski
CEO
Real2B Development
Jarosław Pilch
Head of Tenant Representation
Savills
Leszek Sikora
Managing Director
ECE Projektmanagement Polska sp. z o.o.
Marcin Klammer
CEO
Arcadis sp. z o.o.
Marcin Piątkowski
Leasing Director
Torus sp. z o.o. sp. k.
Mateusz Baran
Counsel
Crido Legal J. Ziółek i Wspólnicy Sp. k.
Mateusz Polkowski
Head of Research and Consulting
JLL
Monika Rajska-Wolińska
Managing Partner | Poland
Colliers International
Paweł Sapek
SVP, Country Manager Poland
Prologis
Peter Chatfield
Commercial Manager
Vastint Poland
Piotr Bojar
Director
CBRE Sp. z o.o.
Stanislav Frnka
Country CEO HB Reavis Poland
HB Reavis Poland
Tomasz Kwiatkowski
Supervisory Board
IFMA Polska
Tomasz Lubowiecki
President of the Management Board of 7R SA
7R SA

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