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Małopolska Economy Brochure 2018

The Małopolska Region is a strong economic centre and, without a doubt, a perfect place to develop business – it can be confiently said that we are one of the most dynamically developing regions in Poland and Central Europe. Thanks to massive support to entrepreneurship as well as optimum use of European Funds and other public resources, Małopolska – as the first Polish region – has been awarded the title of the European Entrepreneurial Region 2016 – awarded by the Committee of Regions. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 07.03.2018 Małopolska, economy, export, import, investments, statistics, development

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Małopolska Economy Brochure 2018

The Małopolska Region is a strong economic centre and, without a doubt, a perfect place to develop business – it can be confidently said that we are one of the most dynamically developing regions in Poland and Central Europe. Thanks to massive support to entrepreneurship as well as optimum use of European Funds and other public resources, Małopolska – as the first Polish region – has been awarded the title of the European Entrepreneurial Region 2016 – awarded by the Committee of Regions. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 07.03.2018 Małopolska, economy, export, import, investments, potential, statistics

artykuł nr 2 PL

Already 203 culinary specialties from Małopolska on the list of traditional products

So far 203 Małopolska culinary specialties have been included in the list of traditional products, maintained by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Małopolska is also a leader in terms of the number of regional products protected by EU certificates. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 02.03.2018 Małopolska, regional products, food, EU certificates, delicacies, culinaryinary delights, traditional food products

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Another tourist record of the Małopolska region

Małopolska ended the year 2017 with a very good tourism result. As many as 15.9 million people visited the region, which is exactly 1 million more than a year ago. In total, they left nearly PLN 13.5 billion in the region. Such information is given in the latest report from a survey of tourist traffic in Małopolska. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 13.02.2018 Małopolska, Malopolska, tourism, record

artykuł nr 4 PL

The State Higher Vocational School in Tarnów, the most often chosen higher vocational school in Poland

According to the "Information on Recruitment Results for the Academic Year 2017/18", published by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the State Higher Vocational School in Tarnów achieved the best recruitment results among all Polish vocational schools. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 09.02.2018 Małopolska, Malopolska, vocational education, IT/ICT, ranking

artykuł nr 5 PL

Seminar for companies from Małopolska on the possibility of entering the German market "Potential and chances of development on the German market - Hannover Messe as a tool of market acquisition"

On 11.12.2017, a seminar for companies from Małopolska on the possibility of entering the German market "Potential and opportunities for development on the German market - Hannover Messe" took place in the Kraków Technology Park building. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 09.02.2018 Małopolska, eksport, seminarium, małopolskie firmy, wejście na rynek niemiecki, Hannover Messe,

artykuł nr 6 PL

Kraków - leader among regional cities in Poland in terms of new supply of office space in 2017

According to a survey conducted by Knight Frank, an international advisory group, Kraków, with a result of 190,000 m2, was ranked 1st in Poland in 2017 in terms of new supply of office space among regional cities. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 09.02.2018 Małopolska, Malopolska, Kraków, Krakow, office space, construction, ranking

artykuł nr 7 PL

Małopolska with the largest foreign capital increase in 2016

According to the Central Statistical Office GUS Małopolska recorded in 2016, the largest foreign capital increase among all Polish regions, which amounted to 30.5%. The total value of forein capital in Małopolska in 2016 amounted to PLN 16.4 billion, which places the region in 5th place in Poland, after Mazovia (PLN 94.5 billion), Wielkopolska (PLN 23.3 billion), Lower Silesia (PLN 16.7 billion) and Silesia (PLN 16.6 billion). Add : Jerzy Fugas | 01.02.2018 Małopolska, Poland, foreign capital, development, 2016, ranking

artykuł nr 8 PL

Małopolska is one of the leaders in terms of the number of new companies in 2017

Małopolska is the third region in Poland in terms of the number of new companies registered in 2017. This is another confirmation of the good economic situation of the region and a promising forecast for the future. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 30.01.2018 Poland, Małopolska, entrepreneurship, new enterprises, development, ranking, 2017

artykuł nr 9 PL

Małopolska, one of three Polish regions with an increase in population by 2035

Apart from Mazovia and Pomerania, Małopolska will not experience a decline in the population by 2035, which will unfortunately affect other Polish regions to a greater or lesser extent. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 30.01.2018 Małopolska, demography, population, development, forecasts

artykuł nr 10 PL

Małopolska is the leader in terms of GDP growth per capita in Poland

Małopolska in the first place in terms of GDP growth per capita among all Polish voivodships in 2012-2016 and in second place in terms of GDP growth in 2016. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 30.01.2018 Małopolska, GDP, GDP growth, economy

artykuł nr 11 PL

Malopolska, one of the most dynamic regions in Europe

In the ranking of the American think tank Milken Institute of 20 European self-governments, whose economy grew fastest in 2017, Malopolska took 20th place. Milken Institute is an independent think-tank based in Santa Monica, California. It deals with issues such as innovation, economy, job creation and health improvement. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 25.01.2018 Malopolska, Europe, development, dynamics, ranking

artykuł nr 12 PL

A meeting summarizing 2017 in the Krakow special economic zone

20 permits to operate in a special economic zone issued by the Kraków Technology Park, almost 1,000 new jobs and about PLN 570 million of investment outlays - a summary of 2017 in the Krakow special economic zone. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 23.01.2018 special economic zone, kraków technology park, ksez, 2017 summary, permits,

artykuł nr 13 PL

A meeting summarizing 2017 in the Krakow special economic zone

20 permits to operate in a special economic zone issued by the Kraków Technology Park, almost 1,000 new jobs and about PLN 570 million of investment outlays - a summary of 2017 in the Krakow special economic zone. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 23.01.2018 special economic zone, Kraków technology park, ksez, 2017 summary, permits,

artykuł nr 14 PL

2017-a record-breaking year in the history of Kraków's airport

John Paul II Krakow-Balice International Airport served in 2017 over 5.8 million passengers. This is the best result in its history. Add : Jerzy Fugas | 05.02.2018 Małopolska, Malopolska, air transport, air connections, tourism, MPL Kraków-Balice, airports in Poland, record

artykuł nr 15 PL

MAŁOPOLSKA ECONOMY Report: Renewable energy and intelligent systems in buildings

The Sustainable Energy is one of Malopolska’s smart specialisations. Development of new technologies in the broadly defined energy sector (generation sources, production, distribution, management and energy savings, energy-efficient materials, etc.) requires close cooperation among public (local government) administration, private companies, and scientific and research centres. Małopolska’s development policy related to energy focuses on following principles: “intelligent networks and energy storage”, “fossil fuel processing and conversion technologies”, “energy efficiency”, “renewable energy sources”, “energy-efficient intelligent buildings and cities”. The report presents actions taken by the authorities of the Małopolskie voivodship aimed to make the energy transmission, distribution, and storage system more efficient, to improve qualitative parameters of fuels, to develop modern technologies for acquisition, processing, and use of fossil raw materials and production of their substitutes; to reduce emissions, to improve safety and competitiveness in the area of production of energy, to develop modern energy management systems; and, above all, to significantly increase the share of renewable energy sources. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 28.11.2017 malopolska economy, lesser Poland economy, report, smart specialisations, balanced energy, renewable energy and intelligent systems in buildings,

artykuł nr 16 PL

MAŁOPOLSKA ECONOMY Report: Furniture industry, joinery, interior furnishing

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and the surrounding villages are the one of the most important centers of furniture production in Poland. The term “meble kalwaryjskie” (Calvary furniture) has been synonymous with high quality products. They are valued not only in Poland, but also in neighboring countries. A characteristic feature of Kalwaria Zebrzydowska furniture industry is that apart from modern factories producing huge series of furniture or their elements on the home market or on behalf of international corporations, there are still small craft manufactories producing furniture for individual orders. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 28.11.2017 malopolska economy, lesser Poland economy, report, Furniture industry, joinery, interior furnishing,

artykuł nr 17 PL

MAŁOPOLSKA ECONOMY Report: Agriculture, Food and Processing industry

Report “Agriculture, Food and Processing industry” developed by Business in Małopolska Centre presents the most important and up-to-date information on one of the key sectors of the Małopolska economy. Agriculture and food production in the Małopolskie Voivodship are characterized by great diversity. On one hand, we have the largest number of individual farms in the country, dominated by small farms of less than 1 hectare and, on the other hand, the leading food producers in the domestic market and even in Central Europe. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 28.11.2017 malopolska economy, lesser Poland economy, report, agriculture, food industry, processing industry

artykuł nr 18 PL

MAŁOPOLSKA ECONOMY Report: Electrical engineering industry, machine industry and metal industry

Report “Electrical engineering industry, machine industry and metal industry” developed by Business in Małopolska Centre presents the most important and up-to-date information on one of the key sectors of the Małopolska economy. The “Electrical engineering and machine industry” is one of Malopolska’s smart specialisations. The definition refers to the most potentially innovative production of electronic products, optical products, electrical and mechanical equipment and to the production of vehicles, transport means and their components. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 28.11.2017 malopolska economy, lesser Poland economy, report, smart specialisations, electrical engineering, machine, metal, industry

artykuł nr 19 PL

Doing Business in Malopolska

A report developed by the Business in Małopolska Centre presenting Małopolskie voivodeship to potential investors. Short overview on Małopolska region and compendium of knowledge about starting a business in Małopolskie voivodship / Poland, incentives, labor market, real estate market, education, tax and banking system. Add : Marek Martynowicz | 28.11.2017 doing business in malopolska, malopolska region, malopolskie voivodship, invest in malopolska, information for investors, for entrepreneurs, economy, economic data, incentives, labor market, real estate market, education, tax and banking system

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