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- 17.09-19.09 2019
The region’s excellent location at the Baltic Sea and at the intersection of international transport routes fuels cross-border exchange and attracts foreign investments. With the excellent talent pool, diversified and specialised economy, two dynamic seaports, fast-growing international airport and expanding logistics, Infrastructure–Pomerania is one of the best performers in Europe.
Pomerania is best-performing region With the GDP growing at 7% in 2017, Pomorskie is one of the fastest growing regions in Poland and in Europe. Between 2012-2016 the region was growing faster than Berlin and Paris, according to the American Milken Institute.
Tri-City, along with the entire Pomeranian region, is among the top 5 areas in Poland that are most attractive to foreign investors. As of 2018, there are 1 127 businesses with foreign capital participation in the region (according to the data from the Central Economic Information Center). Many Fortune Global 500 companies trusted Pomerania as the right place to locate their operations. Global multinationals – Bayer, Thyssen Krupp, Intel, Amazon, Sony, PwC – to name just a few – have chosen the region as their European location for business service centers.
Services, industry and construction sector are the driving forces of the Pomeranian economy, while the region’s two dynamic ports in Gdynia and Gdańsk fuel development of international trade.
A number of sectors have significant growth potential. Among them are the business services sector (BSS), ICT, logistics, shipbuilding, electronics, automotive, biotechnology, food processing, wood and paper industry.