According to the ranking by British website Utility Bidder, the capital came third out of 70 OECD countries in terms of average salary, annual office rent, the cost of electricity, the annual Internet cost and the corporate Tax Rate.
Famed for his urban landscapes, Tytus Brzozowski is now working on a project to paint 13 cities with a Polish connection.
Alexandra Klimek came up with the winning design during lockdown. Now, despite having worked with some of the greats of the fashion world, she says she is keen to develop her own brand.
The Oscar-nominated director’s latest film is a dark cyber thriller telling a story of obsession and acceptance in a world of social media and fake news where the online paid hate industry can lead to revenge and individual downfall.
From their small family-run business high in the Beskidy mountains, Gosia and Wiesiek Borowy’s products are sold in New York's MoMA and Vitra in Germany, Kim Kardashian buys their toys for her children, and they are the recent recipients of the international BuyMeOnce Excellence Award in London for their aesthetic and eco-friendly designs. Now they plan to save bees with their ‘Help the bees! (Be)e your friend’ initiative.
The Nobu brand started from chef’s Nobu Matsuhisa’s mastery of combining Japanese traditions with tastes and products as well as from his friendship with Hollywood legend Robert De Niro. The new Warsaw venue will be one of only 20 Nobu Hotels in the world.
Written over 80 years ago, the book by cavalryman and sailor Andrzej Bohomolec and entitled The Voyage of the Yacht Dal, was found hidden among family documents. Intrigued to know more about the contents, stepson Anthony Keith had them translated. He was stunned by what he discovered.
Started in 2014 by Miron Mironiuk, 29, from Wrocław, clients include luxury brands L’Oreal, Gucci, Cartier, LVMH, Bulgari, Fendi and Mercedes-Benz.
Singer’s Warsaw Festival of Jewish Culture, a celebrated arts festival, opened in New York City on Sunday. It will run through November 19, 2019.
Almost 106,000 people have so far visited the touring exhibition on the history and significance of the former Nazi-German Auschwitz concentration camp in southern Poland, the exhibition in New York opened in May 2019, the Auschwitz Museum said.