Tailor Your Business in Lodz 2023


Łódź also boasts robust family infrastructure, including excellent care and educational facilities : a large network of kindergartens (including multilingual kindergartens), many primary and secondary schools. This makes it a lot easier for employees and their families to relocate, encouraging them to settle down in the city and its environs. These are not the only factors attracting people to settle down in Łódź and the province. Another notable factor is the unique mix of culture, industrial heritage and modernity. With the local community being hospitable and open-minded, employees are able to enjoy not only job satisfaction but also a friendly social environment. The Łódź province is experiencing growth in many areas of production, logistics, high technologies and business services. It is also well-known for its creative, fashion and arts industries. Today’s high-opportunity sectors for potential investors include the textile and fashion industry, advanced building materials, medical and pharmaceutical, energy (including renewable energy), mechatronics, innovative farming, agri-food processing, media, IT and telecommunications. This diversity of industries creates space and potential for many new projects and inter-company cooperation. The city’s growth, powered by the implementation of the Regional Growth Strategy, is underpinned by driving innovation and fostering cooperation and partnership between the regional authorities and investors. Many global companies have already located their headquarters in the Łódź region - these include ABB, Hutchinson, Indesit, Dell, Fujitsu Technologies, Daikin, B/S/H, Infosys, Miele, Philips and many others. A complete list of investors is available at the website of the Łódź City Hall. The authorities of both the city and the region work closely with Łódź universities, employers and business partners to promote the recruitment of young talent and job creation for graduates. Their priority is to create a business-friendly environment, foster entrepreneurship, encourage people to settle down in the city and to develop infrastructure for better living. A good example of innovation - compared to other Polish cities - is the long-standing and successful cooperation with academic institutions, including the above-mentioned programme “Young People in Łódź” (www.mlodziwlodzi.pl), run by the Office of Economic Development and International Cooperation of the Łódź City Hall. In partnership with leading regional employers, it provides an internship portal, paid summer internships, a scholarship programme, free training, visits to companies and a discount card. More than 300 Łódź-based companies and the largest universities have signed up to the programme. Łódź has experienced a period of rapid growth in recent years, making it one of the best cities to do business and offer employment in Poland and Europe. Key magnets attracting companies to Łódź include its location, competitive labour and business costs and its large labour pool, comprising managers, professionals and operational employees for all organisational levels. When recruiting, it is, however, advisable to draw on the experience of experts and rely on the latest market data to create compelling job postings that will attract top talent and meet an employer’s objectives and requirements. Randstad regularly carries out market research to assess a customer’s and candidate’s experience (Customer Experience) by gauging the degree to which offers match individual requirements. At an investor’s request, we also prepare reports on local labour markets to highlight investment opportunities and chances of success from the HR perspective. 5. A DIVERSE ECONOMY 6. A BUSINESS-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT 7. SUMMARY

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