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BPO and SSC investors target smaller Polish towns

Poland is not only limited to Warsaw or Cracow when the locations for middle sized BPO and SSC centers is considered. Among many attractive locations, the town of Czestochowa is ready to support the business services sector in further growth in Poland, writes outsourcingportal.pl.

2015-10-19 15:53:16

Universities, competitive business costs, a good geographical location, and two economic zones in three locations are only some of the advantages of the city as an investment location. Częstochowa was always famous for its textile, fabric, and metallurgical industries while the current leading industries include the automotive, fuel and energy, and glass sectors, reveals a Pro Progressio study.
The business services sector is also another rapidly developing industry. Aside from tax relief arising out of permits for operating in special economic zones, the city also offers attractive property tax exemptions for businesses that create new jobs.

Work is also highly advanced in regard to the creation of another resolution that will exempt developers that build B+ or higher standard offices from the aforementioned tax. Czestochowa has qualified professionals, and the average labour costs here are lower than in the Silesian urban agglomeration.

Four local universities offer foreign language majors and are open to cooperation with the city in regard to the educating students in accordance with the needs of a specific investor.
The city offers administrative and organizational support in the implementation of each investment, as well as transparent land purchase procedures dedicated to specific investments. The “Programme to support entrepreneurship and create new jobs in Czestochowa in 2013-2018” that was created by the city’s local government, entrepreneurs from Czestochowa, and the business community is currently being implemented in the city.

Czestochowa, a city that until now was seen as a city with tourist generating potential, is currently developing as an economic and academic center that treats manufacturing and service oriented businesses with equal priority.


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