PAIH Newsletter December 2022
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Poland. Business Harbour
Applying for Poland.Business Harbour Program (PBH)
Poland.Business Harbour Program is a comprehensive package that makes it easier for IT specialists, start-ups, and small, medium and large companies to easily relocate to the territory of Poland. In September it was expanded to companies from strategic industries from around the world, so…

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What's new in business

Christmas in Singapore tastes of Polish chocolate
The first Mercedes electric vans factory will be built in Poland
Swedes love natural products from Poland
Krakow as the capital of Polish-French cooperation
PAIH's industry consultations: Ukraine's energy sector
Polish cosmetic companies on a mission to Asia


Doing Business in Poland - read our Investor's guide
Poland is a leader in the CEE region in terms of the number of greenfield investments, and ranks third in Europe. The value of investments in Poland in 2019 was estimated at USD 21.8 billion. Moreover, thanks to its stable economy and resilience to crisis, the Coronavirus pandemic did not reverse the positive investment trends in Poland. Interestingly, 94% of investors are willing to reinvest in Poland, which is a significant proof of their trust in Polish economy. And most importantly, this willingness is growing every year.

Download our brochure » and check out how can you start a business in Poland.
Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, MEDEF’s President
A cooperation in the field of cybersecurity and IT development is needed when it comes to facing current challenges. Energy and digital solutions should be the two pillars of Polish-French cooperation. I am deeply convinced the Memorandum of Understanding between MEDEF and PAIH will allow us to strenghten bilateral economic ties.
Melina Viking, Nordic Organic Food Fair Event Director
Organic food production in Poland is on the rise. The market is projected to reach 10% market share by 2030. Furthermore, the Polish natural and organic cosmetics segment has been increasingly recognised and young innovative companies are heavily emerging on the global market. These are just a couple of reasons why we are proud to announce that Poland was awarded the ‘Country of the Year’ title at this year’s event.

Read more about the fair and Poland’s participation »

Macroeconomic Review

Macroeconomic review 186, December 2022
We invite you to our monthly dose of macroeconomic analysis prepared on the basis of data from the Polish Central Statistical Office. More »


Polish MedTech industry has been dynamically growing and its market players are already reaching for global expansion. According to the Polish Federation of Hospitals and EIT Health InnoStars research, there are already at least 100 startups active in the Polish healthcare market. The driving force for the Polish MedTech industry is a number of universities that educate future researchers, doctors, engineers and IT specialists.

Why invest in Polish MedTech?
  • Largest CEE medical device market - USD 11bn, forecast to reach USD 13.8bn in 2024
  • Growing private healthcare sector - 7% CAGR in years 2016-2021
  • Highest health expenditure in CEE - USD 38.2bn
  • Market growing at 10.1% CAGR 2019-2024 in USD terms - 2x the Global CAGR
  • 6,2% of GDP spent on healthcare going up to 7% by 2027 according to the Government’s policy
  • Regulations in line with EU legislation
  • Governmental incentives for R&D
  • Large MedTech student pool
  • Big testing base - 11 million patients a year
  • High growth of R&D centers, +300 in past few years
  • Synergies with strong IT sector
- Poland has an immense pool of talent and is a hotbed for innovation that continues to grow. Furthermore, Poland’s overlapping business hours with all of our R&D centres around the world definitely facilitates flawless global operations. - said Frank Konings, COO, Johnson & Johnson.



Support in finding possible sub-suppliers of parts and components, service providers in Poland.

PAIH’s support consists of:
  • developing a list of potential business partners according to category, such as: country, product type, company profile (manufacturer, distributor, service provider) and company size.
  • organization of a meeting with the investor.
What you gain:
  • a verified list of possible business partners.
For whom:
  • SMEs
  • large companies
  • investors in Poland and abroad

Do you know that...

PAIH organized the 4th Polish-British Technology Forum?
It gathered over 130 participants and 25 speakers who took part in fascinating discussions and presentations. The aim of the event was to promote Poland as an attractive investment destination for British companies, especially in the technology sector, as well as to support Polish enterprises planning international development and cooperation with companies and public institutions from the UK.

The Agency also organized stands for 9 Polish companies, which had the opportunity to present their innovative products and solutions - Visiona, BioMinds, Asseco, SODA, Expert Links, Softiq,, NoAIgnite, Dac.Digital.

Big thanks to the representatives of: the Ministry of Development and Technology, SODA PL, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), techUK, Innovate UK, Tech Nation, The Coalition for a Digital Economy (Coadec), Department for International Trade (DIT) as well as Morgan Stanley. We also appreciate the contributions from Tenderhut, GSK, Asseco, Wolves Summit, Trustedoctor, Bird&Bird, Disruption Bankin, Round 2 for engaging workshops, inspiring presentations and discussions.

Previous editions of the event have resulted in cooperation between Polish companies and the largest players in Europe on the high-tech scene. We hope it will be the same this time!

Polish-British Technology Forum

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