The city of Lodz is eager to attract foreign investors with its investment offer. The priority for Lodz are modern branches such as business service centers (BPO/SSC/IT and R&D), biotechnology, production of computer games, logistics as well as home appliances, electrical industry and textile manufacture. However the city is open also for other branches.
Łódź – a city focalizing the largest global brands, attracts the attention of investors, thus increasing its competitiveness against other business centers in Europe.
The city, inhabited by over 700 thousand people, is located in central Poland. Its central location, growing transport infrastructure that provides an easy access to all major business centres in Poland and Europe, significant supply of modern office, retail and industrial spaces, as well as excellent learning and support facilities for students are the key assets of Łódź.
The dynamic development of the city results in an increase of interest in Łódź among new business partners, mainly from the business services sector, manufacturing and logistics.
New investment projects of companies located here for years (Indesit, Amcor, ABB, Gilette or Hutchinson) are a clear indication of the business-friendly environment in the city.
Lodz’s strategy of attracting investors has been noticed by fDi Intelligence, Financial Times subdivision working on direct foreign investments. Łódź is rated number 1 in Polish Cities of the Future 2015/16 fDi ranking. In 2014/15 Financial Times ranked Lodz in the top 10 investor-friendly cities in Eastern Europe. The city has also won top prizes in Prime Property Prize and Eurobuild awards in 2014.
Mrs. Agnieszka Brzekowska
Investor Service Office
104a Piotrkowska Str, 90-926 Lodz, Poland
Tel .: +48 (42) 638-59-37
fax: +48 (42) 638-59-40