We are urgently searching for a foreign investor, partner to take over commonly 900 hectare of land
Date addend: 11/07/2013 Tags: Company\\\'s Data Base, Export, Import, Lubuskie Voivodeship, Investment Areas,
Investors and Exporters Service Center of Lubuskie Voivodeship (COIE) is a part of Department for Regional Development and International Cooperation. The project aims at increasing the level of competitiveness of the Lubuskie companies by facilitating the access of entrepreneurs and their associations to free, high-quality, complex information services that are essential to planning, organizing and starting exporting and/or investing abroad and also to increase the level of foreign investment in Poland by facilitating the access of potential foreign investors to information on regulations on starting a business in Poland and support instruments for the development of entrepreneurship including investment incentives.
Katowice Special Economic Zone Co. (KSSE) creates unique circumstances for investors, who want to open factories and BPO/R$D units in the best place in Poland - as far as investments are concerned – in the southern part of the country. While investing in KSSE, companies have the possibility of public assistance in the form of corporate income tax exemptions.
Kostrzyn-Slubice Special Economic Zone is one of 14 special economic zones in Poland. It is based in North West of Poland and is one of the biggest zones.The public aid available for investors enables them to get even a 55% refund of the capital invested. The industrial lots in SSE have sizes from 1 ha up to 130 ha.
Entrepreneurs who run a business within the Słupsk Special Economic Zone on the grounds of granted permit, take advantage of the regional aid in the form of exemptions from an income tax on account of: - realization of new investment or - creation of new workplaces. A maximum intensity of the regional aid is as follows: 40% for a big entrepreneur (employing more than 250 people) 50% for a medium entrepreneur (employing fewer than 250 people) 60% for a small entrepreneur (employing fewer than 50 people)
The Network of Investors and Exporters’ Service Centres (COIE) Marshall Office of the Wielkopolska Region
Wielkopolska is located in west-central Poland, with the territory of 30 000 square kilometers it is the second biggest region in Poland. The population of Wielkopolska is 3,4 million people. The location of Wielkopolska enabled to create convenient domestic and international transport connections. Across the region runs highway A2 which connects Warsaw and Berlin whereas in Ponzan, the capital city of the region, there is an international airport Ławica (POZ) which serves almost 1.5 mln passengers annually. Due to the good infrastructure, well educated people and highly developed scientific resources it is a region favourable for investments. In Wielkopolska there are multiple universities which educate qualified employees. In Poznan, one of the biggest academic centres in the country, its premises has 38 universities, among them: Adam Mickiewicz University, with more than 43 thousands of students, Poznań University of Technology, University of Economics, Poznań University of Life Sciences and University of Medical Sciences. In the whole region there are almost 143 thousands of students. Except for Poznan the universities are in Gniezno, Jarocin, Kalisz, Konin, Leszno and Pila. Additionally Wielkopolska has strong financial sector, secure financial investment policy and developed services which also have a good influence for the investment environment. Wielkopolska strongly emphasizes cooperation of science and research centres with business. Entrepreneurship, long trade traditions and attractive business environment are the regions strong points. Wielkopolska is a land of people with passion, a tolerant place where the talent meets the technology. It’s a place open for new investments. The government of the region takes up number of actions in order to maximize competitiveness of enterprises by promoting establishment and development of innovative companies, technologies and commercialization of scientific research. Moreover, Wielkopolska has set its own economic and social priorities of so-called intelligent spacializations - fields which thanks to the support of science and its business potential can generate products and services as well as compete at international markets.
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