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ABSL periodically publishes comprehensive reports for its Members and Sector companies. We make those reports widely accessible to provide valuable know-how for investors and market leaders.

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NEW: BUSINESS SERVICES SECTOR IN POLAND 2020

NEW: BUSINESS SERVICES SECTOR IN POLAND 2020

pdf • 16.98 MB

The latest, 11th edition of the most prestigious ABSL publication, which comprehensively describes the business services sector in Poland.

EMEA’S BUSINESS SERVICES LANDSCAPE

EMEA’S BUSINESS SERVICES LANDSCAPE

pdf • 17.96 MB

Our second edition of the EMEA report, prepared in collaboration with JLL, Deloitte and Randstad Sourceright, summarizing the landscape of the business services sector in the EMEA region. It is the analysis of 18 different countries including macroeconomic indicators and key data for the sector regarding the labor market, payroll costs, office space. Moreover, the report presents the unique market competitiveness data for the most common roles.

Business Services Sector in Poland 2019

Business Services Sector in Poland 2019

pdf • 8.62 MB

The tenth edition of the most prestigious ABSL publication, which comprehensively describes the business services sector in Poland.

Business Services Sector in Poland 2018

Business Services Sector in Poland 2018

pdf • 12.46 MB

The ninth edition of the most prestigious ABSL publication, which comprehensively describes the business services sector in Poland.

Business Services Sector in Poland 2017

Business Services Sector in Poland 2017

pdf • 8.14 MB

The eighth edition of the most prestigious ABSL publication, which comprehensively describes the business services sector in Poland.

Potential of medium-sized cities in Poland for the location of BPO/SSC/IT/R&D Investments

Potential of medium-sized cities in Poland for the location of BPO/SSC/IT/R&D Investments

pdf • 24.58 MB

ABSL has prepared a report examining the potential of 35 medium-sized towns in Poland for the location of investments in the modern business services sector for the Ministry of Development and Investment, within the framework of the Strategy for Responsible Development – Package for Medium-Sized Towns. The purpose of the report is to assess the existing potential of selected medium-sized towns for investments in the modern business services sector (BPO/SSC/IT/R&D) to create recommendations. The report assesses the current socioeconomic situation, as well as development barriers and potentials. The full report is available in Polish language only, but we have also prepared the executive summary of the report in English, available below.

Business Services Sector in Katowice

Business Services Sector in Katowice

pdf • 8.51 MB

Katowice and Górnośląsko-Zagłębiowska Metropolia (GZM) is one of the most important centers of the business services sector in Poland and CEE. There are 102 service centers operating in the metropolitan area, employing a total of 23,500 employees. More information in the report.

Business Services in Szczecin

Business Services in Szczecin

pdf • 6.22 MB

Szczecin is one of the ten largest business services locations in Poland. The city has a high investment potential, what can be confirmed by the employment growth in the sector over the last 3 years, which amounted to 47%. There are 43 service centers operating here, employing 5,600 people.

Business Services in Radom

Business Services in Radom

pdf • 11.05 MB

Thanks to its competitive advantages Radom can become one of the best examples of a medium-sized city having appropriate resources that enable it to be part of the business services sector ecosystem in Poland. Read more in the ABSL publication.

For more information, questions or enquiries contact:

Marcin Świerzyna

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Marcin Świerzyna

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & DATA RESEARCH COORDINATOR