by POLISH INVESTMENT & TRADE AGENCY
CEOWORLD Magazine ranked Poland as second among the world’s 50 best countries to invest in, whereas Malaysia has been crowned the winner. The Philippines was ranked third, followed by Indonesia at No. 4, and Australia at No. 5.
Alongside 94 other economies, Poland was evaluated by 115,000 managers and entrepreneurs from around the world. The rankings were based on 11 different factors, including corruption, workforce, infrastructure, freedom of movement (personal, trade, and monetary), quality of life, red tape, investor protection, taxes, technological readiness, number and diversity of business immigration programs and openness to business.
Poland won the most points in the business openness (95/100) and technological readiness (84/100) categories. The investors also appreciated the professionalism and commitment of 🇵🇱 employees, the quality of business infrastructure, the freedom of movement and the tax system.
"Foreign investors enjoy favourable business environment in Poland. They could benefit not only from the high quality of business support infrastructure, but, above all, expertise and engagement of Polish employees. Due to that they locate here high-tech investments in order to cooperate with Polish partners. Poland has been gradually becoming a regional innovation hub, which is driven by dynamically growing VC market" – Krzysztof Senger, Executive Vice-President, Polish Investment and Trade Agency, stresses.
Poland’s investment attractiveness was also confirmed by investment climate research carried out by PAIH, HSBC and Grant Thornton. According to the survey, over 90% of companies which invested in Poland are satisfied and would do it again.
CEOWorld magazine describes itself as a news site for CEOs, CFOs, senior executives, business leaders, and high net-worth individuals.