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30.08.2022

Lublin’s airport as engine of economic development

Airports are so much more than places to catch planes or do some duty-free shopping, they are among the largest investments a city can make. They facilitate trade, create jobs and generate revenue for the local economy. Today together with the commercial director of Lublin Airport, Marek Pierściński, we will take a close look at how the Lublin airport affects the economic growth and development of our city and region.  

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23.08.2022

Lublin Municipal Labour Office invests in local business

Lublin voivodeship currently has the lowest unemployment rate (5.2%) since 1990. To a large extent, this is a result of constant efforts made by the Lublin Municipal Labour Office that for years has been implementing programmes and activities to promote employment, mitigate the effects of unemployment and assist investors in setting up a business through various financial and non-financial forms of support.

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28.07.2022

Lublin vocational schools supply job market with professionals

A vocational education system plays a significant role in skill development and employability as it’s designed to make students ready for work in their profession right after graduation. The ‘college for all’ mentality and false prejudice around vocational and technical schools led to neglect of other possible career paths. Meanwhile, in today’s world, solid practical skills are the need of the hour. The Polish labour market has undergone significant changes, creating lots of challenging, well-paid, highly skilled jobs for those with the abilities to do them.

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28.06.2022

Lublin – logical choice for logistics

Experts across the country agree that the warehouse market in Poland and globally is more than just fine. The pandemic has not slowed its growth and, in fact, it’s quite the opposite – shortened supply chains and the boom of e-commerce facilitate the construction of new industrial facilities. The key element of this process is the careful selection of a site for a new venture. So, what is the reasoning of investors when choosing a location and why is Lublin on the short list of decision-makers in the logistics market? This article will attempt to answer these questions.

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Grażyna Sadowska-Malczewska, Managing Partner of PKF BPO
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23.06.2022

PKF Poland enters Lublin market

In today's dynamically changing world, business management has taken on a whole new dimension. Effective operations of an organization requires specialized knowledge from various fields. Businesses not only have to keep up with the development of the economy and clients’ needs, but also with the constant legal, tax, economic and technological changes. Due to the complexity of regulations and the dynamics of their modifications, companies more and more frequently work with external advisors.

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02.06.2022

Lublin abounds in talent pool

The investment potential of cities is strongly connected with human capital created primarily by students and graduates with solid knowledge in various fields. A well-developed educational infrastructure translates into a large resource pool of highly skilled staff, which simultaneously makes the region attractive to investors who want to be sure that the market in which they want to establish their business offers employers with skills they are searching for.

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12.04.2022

SDS Optic on NewConnect market with its disruptive inPROBE technology

SDS Optic Inc. is the first biotechnology start-up from Lublin that has recently debuted on the NewConnect market with its innovative and live-saving fibre-optic technology - inPROBE for real-time breast cancer diagnostics. The company’s mission is to increase cancer survival by 30% by 2030. We had a chance to talk with the leadership team that has worked on this success, and we are excited to share with you their story. 

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29.03.2022

Meteor - 30 years of success and growth

markARTUR, operating under the METEOR brand, is a family business that is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Over that time, the company has gone through an enormous transformation, becoming one of the most important suppliers of sports equipment in Poland. Read our interview with Jakub Czajkowski, CEO of markARTUR to find out what a company’s recipe for success is.

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23.03.2022

Handling HR. Lublin style

Soulab is a Lublin-based IT company focused on delivering complete SaaS services. In a conversation with Invest-in-Lublin, Paweł Niedziółka, founder and CEO of Soulab talks about the company’s key product - HRappka - an all in one HR system, and sheds some light on the company's plans. 

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14.03.2022

Job-platform launched to help refugees from Ukraine

Many of those seeking shelter from the war in Ukraine have decided to start a new life in Lublin. The city is trying to support them in many ways. In addition to relief supplies, psychological and financial help, the people now need one thing above all: a perspective in the place where they have found refuge. This also includes a job to be able to build an independent life.

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24.02.2022

About new beginnings and successes of Spiżarnia Wholesaler

The beginnings of Spiżarnia’s activity date back to 2004 when Poland had joined the European Union. That opened up new opportunities for Poles to spread their wings in business on the European market. Two high school friends, Dariusz Jeleniewski and Karol Wroński took a chance and decided to start a small business that provides emigrating to UK Poles with what they crave most – good quality Polish food.

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25.01.2022

Lublin under construction vol. 3 - industrial sector

The outburst of COVID-19 has had and continues to have devastating effects not only on our health but also on businesses, yet the industrial sector despite all of the challenges and difficulties brought about by the pandemic, seems resistant to its negative impact and continues to grow. What is the reason for that? By guaranteeing access to essential goods, such as food, medicines and vaccines, the industrial sector keeps economies afloat and drives them forward. This consequently translates into an unabated interest of investors who want to establish new or expand already existing premises.

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04.01.2022

Future of workplace design in post-pandemic reality

The new reality created by the outbreak of COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected almost every aspect of our lives, though the changes are particularly visible in the world of work. The radical collective experiment of hybrid work in the midst of a global pandemic has changed the way of perceiving a workplace from the perspective of landlords and business owners, but most importantly from the perspective of employees who have had a chance to customize their workplaces in the way they had desired for months. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that they expect to return to a hybrid work environment rather than the traditional one they had left.

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14.12.2021

Public transport in Lublin shifting towards zero-emission mobility

Transport is one of the most pollutant sectors as it is responsible for more than a quarter of total greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that governments around the world are looking for ways to reduce the negative influence it has on the environment.

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03.11.2021

More commercial premises are about to hit the market in Lublin

Over the past decade, Lublin has surpassed many of the larger Polish cities in terms of development. Convenient location, excellent accessibility (including the international airport), numerous infrastructural projects as well as a pool of skilled workers are few among many Lublin’s assets which undoubtedly attracted investors who had made decisions to locate their activities in our city.

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25.10.2021

Lublin under construction

Investments are among the most important factors of the city’s socio-economic development. They not only affect the quality of life of the city’s residents but also create a friendly environment for setting up companies and attracting potential investors. Therefore, each local government unit by pursuing a specific policy aims to obtain a competitive advantage in terms of investment attractiveness.

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27.09.2021

Hotel market in Lublin

Good economic performance, the growing importance of tourism and business have a positive impact on the development of the hotel market in Lublin, which creates a great opportunity for investors operating in this industry.

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16.08.2021

Expansion of the “Poland. Business Harbour” to new countries

The government programme “Poland. Business Harbour”, which initially had been available only to Belarusian specialists and companies from the ICT sector, has opened door to additional countries.

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29.07.2021

ACTIV(AT)E LUBLIN

Quality of life is one of the elements that plays a significant role in attracting potential investors who make decisions to locate their activities in a given city, which in consequence results in their development and economic success. Satisfying living condition helps to build a positive image of the city, thus evoking satisfaction and pride in its inhabitants. It is influenced by various factors – among others: good condition of the natural environment, access to high-quality medical services, sense of security and low traffic density.

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05.07.2021

The Chemical Industry In Poland And Lublin

It is said that nowadays chemistry is ubiquitous. This saying usually carries a pejorative connotation. However, it is important to emphasize how much in the domestic and global industry depends on the chemical industry - the specific multisector, which is a large network of connections between suppliers and recipients for many sub-branches and sectors of the economy.

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