Warsaw – a science-friendly city

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Recently, Warsaw has been presented by “Nature” and “Financial Times” as a good place for research and development. Also, the capital of Poland was mentioned in the article published by “Business Insider”.

 

“Nature” has published an article entitled “Poland: Into the light”. It presented Poland as a country which is becoming competitive in research and science. Warsaw was featured “the country’s main research hub and is becoming a hub for globally competitive science”. More information in the article “Poland: Into the light”.

 

According to the fDi Intelligence division of the “Financial Times”, Warsaw is the best Polish City of the Future 2017/18. It has retained the title from the last year. Cracow was ranked 2nd and Wrocław – 3rd. The fDi collected data from 50 locations in Poland using the specialist online tools fDi Markets and fDi Benchmark. The results of shortlist are based on five categories: Economic Potential, Business Friendliness, Human Capital and Lifestyle, Cost Effectiveness and Connectivity. The capital of Poland attracted 392 FDI projects between 2006 and 2015. More information is available in the text “Polish Cities of the Future 2017/18”.

 

In the article “The 19 most sociable and friendly cities in the world” published by Business Insider, Warsaw took the 15th place among most sociable and friendly cities in the world. Study analysed the social behaviour and attitudes of over 12 000 residents from 39 major cities in 28 countries. Read more about Warsaw.