BPO sector activity sees Poland’s regional cities push ahead
- November 1, 2017: Vol. 11, Number 10

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BPO sector activity sees Poland’s regional cities push ahead


History will judge whether property developers in Poland were right to build the high volume of new class A office space that has gone into the capital, Warsaw, and the various regional cities in recent years, and further capacity is under construction. The business process outsourcing market, however, is one that Poland has actively and successfully promoted to the international business community, and the transfer of back-office functions to Polish subsidiaries or third-party service providers has been a particular feature of occupier take-up in those office locations. Poland is now the most developed BPO location in central and eastern Europe. The significance of the BPO market for Poland can be seen in the high proportion of office take-up that it now accounts for, especially in regional cities. Figures from JLL show that the business services sector took 210,000 square metres of modern office space outside Warsaw in H1 2017, which represented more than 60 percent of

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