The Management Board of the Kraków Technology Park issued the 61st decision on support within the Polish Investment Zone. It was granted to Bell Integration sp. z o.o., a British IT company.
"The economic pulse clearly slowed down. We are all the more glad that we were able to issue a decision on support during the epidemic crisis, in addition, a foreign company that decided to invest in Kraków. This raises optimism that entrepreneurs still think about developing their products and services. At the moment we are working with several production companies that have already applied for assistance within the Polish Investment Zone. Our talks with entrepreneurs operating in Special Economic Zone/Polish Investment Zone indicate that most of the companies operate - with strict hygienic rigours - normally. Production continues and we hope that it will not collapse, and the anti-crisis shield prepared by the government will help to mitigate the approaching economic crisis". comments Krystyna Sadowska, director of investor service department.
A new business service centre will be established in Krakow to provide a flexible, innovative and creative way to offer the so-called "one supplier model" to IT customers. The company will act as an intermediary between customers and external suppliers, taking responsibility for the implementation of purchasing processes in the IT area.
The project will create at least 50 new jobs. The company declared to incur eligible costs in the amount of at least PLN 9,494,000.00.
In the first quarter of 2020 KPT issued 6 decisions on support. The total investment outlays are over PLN 106,000,000 and the entrepreneurs declared to create 429 new jobs.