News from member companies


Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has been named Adviser of the Year at Prime Property Prize 2018, the seventh edition of the contest.


In September 2018, KIDS&Co. opened 5 new bilingual kindergartens, marking its presence on the map of Poland in several completely new locations.


As a part of their sustainability work, NCAB Group Poland supports the Polish Humanitarian Action organization. The program that NCAB supports is called „Pajacyk” (“Puppet”) and founds hot meals for children from poor families.


The Danish Trade Council, Cieślak Klimkowski law firm, Advokatkontoret Fabritius Tengnagel & Heine, TMF Group, and Łódź Special Economic Zone organize a seminar for the Danish companies investing in Poland.


Digitalization means that more and more things can be settled via a computer or mobile devices. Thanks to the new platform, signing contracts will be even easier.


Cresa, the world’s largest tenant-only commercial real estate firm, has opened an office in Krakow.


Approximately a million bees fly in the sky above Warsaw. They live in hives spread across about a dozen locations in the city, on roofs of commercial and public buildings.


The implementation of the modern solution SAP S/4HANA is one of many strategic projects for the BALAJCZA Group, constituting part of the Group’s development policy.


Ten Scania P 490 6×6 fire trucks have been ordered by Fraport Greece, which will improve their airports fire safety.


Menya Musashi, the famous Japanese restaurant chain, will make its debut in Poland. JLL's Retail Tenant Representation team serves as exclusive expansion agent for Menya Musashi in Poland.


Skanska has created an all-in-one operating system for office buildings and workplaces. Connected by Skanska includes a mobile application for everyday users and a web portal for tenant & building administration.


The city of Grudziądz and Volvo Poland have signed a contract for the supply of 7 hybrid plug-in buses (so-called electric hybrids). Volvo will also install quick and slow charging stations in the city.


BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson Sp. k. has advised No Fluff Jobs Sp. z o.o. on legal issues connected with taking over by Ringier Axel Springer Media AG of 44 percent of shares in No Fluff Jobs.


DEKRA Group, a global expert organisation, is opening an office at Business Garden Wrocław. Cushman & Wakefield advised DEKRA during negotiations with Vastint, the owner of the complex.


White & Case LLP has advised Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. on the issue of new shares in Globalworth Poland Real Estate N.V., part of a private issue with a total value of €450 million.


P4 sp. z o.o. (Play), subsidiary of Play Communications S.A., has selected Ericsson as an additional partner to expand its radio access network in Poland, based on Ericsson Radio System.


The company has opened three new offices: in Linz, so it now has another location in Austria in addition to Vienna, and in Porto and Lisbon, thus entering the Portuguese market.


Cushman & Wakefield was appointed as an exclusive commercialisation agent for building “B” of the LIXA office complex being developed by Yareal in Warsaw’s Wola district.


Ericsson, in cooperation with the Łódź Special Economic Zone and Startup Spark, will support companies from the SME sector in the construction of a 5G based solution concept.


Spark is the first office building in Poland to receive WELL certification. Office workers will also be able to use a mobile application to access a wide range of the building's facilities.


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