Poland’s Lubelskie region, located in the eastern part of the country, is perceived as traditionally agricultural with farmland accounting for 70 per cent of the region’s territory, compared to an average of 60 per cent across the country. That has not, however, been an obstacle for another sector — IT and business services — to grow exponentially. Companies such as Convergys, Billennium and DataArt, to name just a few, all now have bases in Lublin.
“Lublin is our biggest delivery centre in the world. We started from scratch, and have achieved this thanks to the great cooperation we have with …read more
Source: Emerging Europe