Business in Malopolska Centre is implementing another project co-funded by the European Union (Malopolska Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013): Business in Malopolska Partnership Network.

With fourth place in Europe and fourteenth in the world - Poland is ranked high in the "World Investment Report" published by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).

In September the government decided to prolong the activity of Special Economic Zones to 2026. This is good news both for investors and the country’s economy.

Call for applications: "Driving Competitiveness in the EU" - the EU-Japan Centre new training programme on Lean and Japanese best practices to start this fall in Europe

As part of the "Business in Małopolska – Grow with us" project CeBiM team (MARR SA, KPT sp. z o.o., Małopolska Region) have prepared new reports and studies on the most important economic and social issues relating to the region. The English version of the reports is ready for distribution among foreign media, economic communities and investors.

Will the dream about a Silicon Valley in Krakow come true?

The World Heritage Committee decided to enter new sites, among others from Małopolska, on the list of UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites.

The Ernst&Young informed about the result of the analysis of the dynamics of the developments of Direct Foreign Investments in Poland and in the Central and Eastern Europe in 2012. The situation of Poland looks good, but with the optimism has its limits – looking at Turkey...

International advisory and analytical organisation – Tholons has published another ranking of the top destinations for locating investments in the professional common services sector (BPO/SSC), “2013 Top Outsourcing Destination” (January 2013). Kraków has moved up in the ranking.