Poland is a country located in central Europe with its headquarters in Warsaw. The country has a population of forty million making it the sixth most populated in Europe. The population size makes it an ideal location for businesses to start up as there is enough customer base. Poland’s major cities include Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk, and Szczecin.

In recent past Poland has shown great technological improvement and is slowly taking after the United States. The country also has a Google campus which was started recently and is expected to spear ahead the growth of technological innovations. With this many entrepreneurs are finding it necessary to start their next business in the area. Some of the cities leading in technological innovations include Krakow, Warsaw, Wroclaw, TriCity, Lodz, Poznan, Katowice, Szczecin, Lublin, Bydgoszcz, Rzeszow, and Opole. The cities are grouped into tier one, two and three.


           Tier one includes Krakow, Warsaw, and Wroclaw. Krakow is an attractive business hub due to the many cultures in the city such that the people have experienced diversity and are willing to try out new things that show up.  Krakow also has an international airport making it easily accessible from other countries such that an individual is able to run several businesses all over the world. It also has a great communication system and well connected with other cities. International companies in the city include Google, IBM, and Royal Dutch Shell.

On the other hand, Warsaw has two international airports, good road network system and a high population of over two million people. The people in Warsaw are well established and belong to the middle-class group and are, therefore, able to buy whatever it is that you present to them. Wroclaw is a place of science and culture and has a large base of the car, home appliances, and pharmaceutical industries.


           Tier two includes TriCity, Lodz, Poznan, and Katowice. Tricity consists of three cities and more than 35% of the people living here are the largest taxpayers. The 35% belong to the middle and high-class group, and hence, can afford anything that is brought to them. TriCity also acts as a center of ship and tourism industry. Lodz is known as an academic center and is also close to two highways, therefore, attracting business people. Poznan is well accessible by both road and air and has a low unemployment rate. Katowice is characterized by its ever-continuing improvements, especially on the roads and airports. It also has a low unemployment rate making it desirable for many investors.


           Tier three consists of Szczecin, Lublin, Bydgoszcz, Rzeszow, and Opole. The tier three cities are known for having a high unemployment rate. Investors are interested in this area as it has huge office space and gives the company room for growth as the cities grow. The people are also well educated, and hence, have the skills needed by the upcoming companies.