The Wielkopolska Region – a magical land
The varied landscape of the Wielkopolska Region is ideal for for active leisure. Local forests and lakes belong to some of the most beautiful in the country. Tourists are enticed by the numerous natural landscape parks established particularly for them, walking routes, bicycle trails, many enchanting historic mansions and residences scattered all over the region. If this is not enough, the historical monuments in the region's capital city, Poznan, and the oldest city in Poland – Gniezno – are a must-see.
The Wielkopolska Region is located in the lowland river basin of three rivers: the Warta, Noteć and Prosna. more>>
We invest in the investor
Wielkopolska, located in the West-Central part of Poland, occupies the area of 30 thousand km2 and it is second in size, out of 16 regions in the country. There are 3.4 million residents living there. Wielkopolska keeps its well-deserved status of a region enjoying high interest among investors – both foreign and domestic ones. The main assets attracting investment projects are: the perfect location, stable and well-developed economy, rich institutional and business support and – which may be the most important – highly qualified and skill-varied personnel. The connection of seiscience, economy and local government creates favourable conditions... more>>
Wielkopolska Region: the underlying culture
People of the Wielkopolska Region are famous for their positivist thinking, which translates into activities associated with thrift, good organisation and practicism. One of the solid bases underlying the functioning of our Region is culture. It is culture that inspires, teaches and creates a friendly living environment for people of the Wielkopolska Region. The Wielkopolska Region is particularly distinguished by strong local communities, with their members being not only recipients, but also co-creators of cultural phenomena. In our Region, professional artists’ skills intertwine with amateurs’ creative passion. more>>
The Investors and Exporters' Service Center of the Wielkopolska Region
(Wielkopolska COIE) was formed within the organizational structure of the Marshal's Office of the Wielkopolska Region, on the basis of the framework agreement between the Polish Ministry of Economy and the Wielkopolska Voivodship.
The network of Investors and Exporters' Service Centers developing in the country is the result of the Ministry of Economy project within the innovation operational program me "Economy". The aim of this undertaking is to increase the activity of Polish companies abroad, and the level of foreign investments in Poland. more>>