“According to the Financial Times, Catalonia is the best region for FDI in Southern Europe”
Catalonia Trade & Investment's office in Warsaw
Are you a company from Poland considering a new investment in Southern Europe? Does your business need connections with Barcelona-Catalonia’s industrial and economic ecosystem?
From Catalonia Trade & Investment’s office in Warsaw, you get tailor-made information and full support for a smooth, fast and successful set-up of operations in Barcelona-Catalonia (Southern Europe) from start to finish. We also offer personalized assistance to Catalan companies wishing to open in Poland and find new global business opportunities.
Meet the director.
Mr. Michal Chabasiewicz, the director of the Catalonia Trade & Investment's office in Warsaw, graduated in Spanish Philology and has also completed Postgraduate Studies in Business and International Trade. He worked, among others, as a market analyst at the Valencian Institute of Export (IVEX), as a project analyst at Caja de Ahorros del Mediterráneo (CAM) and in the representative office of Banco Sabadell in Poland.
Services for Polish companies.
Barcelona-Catalonia (Southern Europe) is an ideal region for Polish companies to locate when they expand into Southern Europe because of the breadth of tech, sciences, engineering, and creative talent. Furthermore, the superb quality of life makes it easy to attract top professionals to live and work in Catalonia.
From Catalonia Trade & Investment’s office in Warsaw, our team will assist you personally in all the steps needed for a successful landing in Barcelona-Catalonia (Southern Europe). With us, you will get:
- Qualified support, insight, and advice to Polish companies interested in investing in Southern Europe.
- Full, practical, up-to-date information on the legal, tax, and labor context.
- Information on costs for opening a business in Catalonia (Southern Europe) and average wages.
- Connections to the Catalan industrial and economic ecosystem.
- In-depth information on financing and location possibilities.
- Help with the proper steps to get started in Catalonia.
- Ongoing support throughout all the phases of the investment project in Southern Europe.
- Promotion of strategic business alliances between Polish and Catalan companies.
- Identification and location of Catalan technology partners for joint R&D and innovation projects.
- Help source suppliers, manufacturing partners, technology providers, or any other local company to fulfill a specific need.
Catalan companies in Poland
More than 200 Catalan companies are already settled in Poland, among them Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, CaixaBank, Grifols, Comsa, Roca, Almirall, Applus, Freixenet, Mecalux or Abasic.
Polish companies in Catalonia.
A number of Polish companies are already operating out of Catalonia (Southern Europe). Some of them have been assessed by Catalonia Trade & Investment.
CI Games S.A. is a Warsaw-based company specializing in developing and publishing video-games. In 2020 the company opened its new development studio, Hexworks, in Barcelona and Bucharest, which focuses on AA+ high-quality role-playing games, such as “Lords of the Fallen 2”.
Polpharma, a Central and Eastern European market leader, specializes in modern drugs, substances and innovative solutions for customers worldwide. The Catalan company, Farmaprojects S.A.U. creating generic pharmaceutical finished dosage forms for third parties, is their exclusive worldwide market B2B partner.
Inglot, a leading cosmetics Polish company, specialized in the manufacturing of make-up products, has succeeded in launching many innovative articles such as personalized make-up palettes or an award-winning eyeliner in gel. Currently, the company is developing a sales network in Spain.
Coding Giants, a Polish programming school organizing specialized courses for children and teenagers interested in technology, has a network of over 130 facilities in Poland, Spain, and Slovakia. Its Spanish school is located in Barcelona.
Location of the Catalonia Trade & Investment's office in Warsaw.
Our team’s expertise lies in doing business both in Catalonia and Poland. Contact us and we will help you grow.
Lipiński Passage, al. Jerozolimskie 61, 00-679 Warszawa, Poland
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