Investments in Małopolska are a guarantee of success. Małopolska is a voivodship with one of the highest rates of foreign investment in the country.
Investments in Małopolska fuel the economy of the voivodship. Over the years 1989 - 2016, the cumulative value of direct foreign investments in the Małopolskie voivodeship amounted to approximately USD 21.9 billion. In 2016 alone it was USD 1.42 billion. Compared to the previous year, i.e. 2015, an increase in the value of this type of investment can be noted by over USD 200 million (the value of money invested in Małopolska by foreign investors was then USD 1.20 billion).
Investments in Małopolska are still at a high level. The Małopolska Observatory for Regional Development estimates that the value of foreign direct investment in Małopolska in 2017 reached USD 1.2 billion. The latest edition of the MORR report: Foreign Investors in Małopolska in 2017 is expected in the coming weeks.
Investments in Małopolska in modern service centers contribute to the development of the real estate market. Kraków, the capital of the Lesser Poland voivodship, is the leader in Poland in terms of the number of investments in the BPO / SSC / IT industry, as well as the number of employees employed in the modern business services sector. More than 70,000 people are employed in Krakow service centers.
Investments in Małopolska are facilitated by the Business in Małopolska Center. Entrepreneurs interested in starting a business and investing in Małopolska can use the help of the Business in Małopolska Center, which provides free, professional information services for both foreign and Polish companies.