Poland's e-commerce market will probably grow at 12-percent a year for the next five years , and will hit PLN 162 billion (EUR 36 billion) in 2026, PwC consulting firm said in a report.
Polish shopping centres face a revenue gap as much as PLN 3.6 billion (EUR 811 million) in annual income owing to the withering effects of the pandemic lockdown, a new report has revealed.
A new report issued by PFR and PwC shows India as having the potential to become the most attractive market for Poles to consider investing in.
Following the economic slowdown due to the coronavirus epidemic, around 300,000 people working in the fashion industry in Poland may lose their jobs, according to a report by the PwC consulting firm and the Association of Polish Trade and Services Employers.
With female unemployment falling, Poland is one of the world’s best countries for women employees says PwC.
Poland's southern city of Krakow is, after Warsaw, the most developed metropolis in the country, said experts from the PwC consulting company in a report presenting the condition of Polish cities.
Poland expected to see double-digit growth of over 10 percent meaning 50 million passengers will have been served at Polish airports by year end.
The index, which takes in to account such things as gender pay gap and employment rates, means Poland’s improvement is second only to Luxembourg. The leaders of the ranking are Iceland, Sweden and New Zealand.
By 2040, the real wage in Poland will increase by 141 percent. In two decades Polish earnings will reach the equivalent of 71 percent of the average wage in Great Britain, according to a report by consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).