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- Area:110 km2
Kielce - the capital of the Swietokrzyskie region, friendly to both business and modern outsourcing services. A city open to innovation, supporting entrepreneurship and hosting many interesting cultural initiatives
- Area:293,25 km²
Łódź is a city in the heart of Poland and Europe, perfectly connected with other Polish and European cities with the net of roads and motorways, but also thanks to an international airport located just 15 minutes from the city centre and closeness to the capital and the Chopin Airport
- Area:147,5 km²
- Population:350 tys.
Lublin - an important administrative, economic, academic, and cultural centre which belongs to ten largest cities in Poland. It is inhabited by approximately 350 thousand citizens and this makes it the largest city in eastern Poland. Lublin is also the biggest academic centre in eastern Poland and it ranks seventh in the entire country. With regards to citizens to graduates ratio, Lublin is the leader. Every year, nearly 70 thousand undergraduates study here.
- Area:301 km²
Szczecin is the wealthiest and most industrialised sub-region of the Westpomeranian Province.
- Area:517 km²
- Population:1,7 mln
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland in administrative, political, and financial capacity. Favorable accessibility, easy to find talents, fast growing GPD and high quality of life led the city to be the hub of the most recognised business destination in the CEE region. That is why now Warsaw is the city where more than 400 thousand business entities including prominent global and local companies are based. Thanks to its forward looking strategy and dynamics more and more world wide known brands as well as start-ups feel great here and Grow with Warsaw.