Katowice has struggled to make its voice heard as a destination for investment or tourism when compared with nearby Kraków, but before Covid-19 the city had been making impressive progress.
As more and more historical monuments and buildings are receiving funding for repairs and rejuvenation efforts from the private sector, critics say heritage sites are falling prey to commercialisation. But, funding for these sites is otherwise often scarce, so is a little branding really such a big price to pay for the longevity of our historical sites?
Kraków has long been a hub for tourism in Poland on account of its historic landmarks. However, it is the city's collaborative spirit and thirst for innovation that is driving its economic growth.
With a tourism and automotive industry still reeling from Covid-19, Mumbai and its surrounding area have called upon an array of other economic strengths.
Often cash-flush and shy of scrutiny, higher education institutions have not typically felt the need or inclination to raise green bonds, despite their suitability for such funding. That is changing, with private placements seen as increasingly popular.
Warsaw is a city used to rebounding strongly from adversity and is continuing to grow its business services sector through foreign investment despite the impacts of Covid-19.
New data shows resignations in the UK are at their highest level in 20 years, but that people are quitting to follow their dreams isn't quite right.
Gdańsk's port plays a key role in Poland's recent history, but it is also central to the city's plans to become a European logistics hub, while also leveraging its strengths in IT, services and manufacturing.
Wrocław, a city with a rich and complex history, is looking to lead Poland in advanced technologies and services. Can the 'city of bridges' continue recent successes in FDI post-Covid?
Poznań is Poland's second-largest economy and is viewed as a gateway to eastern Europe by many of the investors it attracts, making it a key piece of the country's FDI set-up.
2020 will be known as the year Covid-19 disrupted everything we know, with ripple effects felt well into 2021. The short-term impact on businesses and economies is evident, but what does this mean for the big office return?