Katowice - center of two million inhabitants in the Silesia Metropolis, the capital of Silesian Region , one of the most important economic, industrial, academic and cultural centres of Poland. In the past, it used to be identified only with heavy industry, today Katowice is an European city where tradition joins with modernity. The strengths of Katowice forming an attractive investment climate are: excellent location, developed infrastructure and rich human resources.
-2 million inhabitants in the Agglomeration of Katowice
-107 thousand students enrolled in 26 universities
-32 thousand graduates per year
- rich offer investment areas including service development, manufacturing, housing
- reduction in the Corporate Income Tax (CIT) offered by the Katowice Special Economic Zone
-release of property tax due to aid "de minimis"
-access to modern Class A office space
- well-developed network of roads
- point of intersection of the trans-European transport routes
- easy access rail and air from major European cities
-small distance from Katowice International Airport