Lublin Conference Centre
Lublin Conference Centre
Artura Grottgera Street 2
First place in investment expenditure per person, thousands of new enterprises offering job opportunities, as well as successes in using available means to develop the region are just some of the city’s assets. Hard economic data prove the significant economic growth of Lublin in the last decade. Cognizant city management supports this positive trend, and proof of this are the new investments made by large international companies, as well as the distinctions given by trade experts, which set the city as an example of efficient actions supporting foreign direct investments.
Economic Lublin is built on the solid foundations of priority industry sectors chosen on the basis of expert analyses, whose development is desirable and actively supported. One of the most attractive forms of support is the Special Economic Zone. Locating investment there involves the development of well-prepared plots of land, as well as gaining significant tax relief. An additional asset is the perfect location of the plots in the vicinity of an express ring road and Lublin’s airport. This incentive has already been accepted by numerous companies.
Lublin is the largest and most dynamically growing city of Eastern Poland, and one of the most important economic and cultural centres of the EU’s eastern border. The city boasts a long history, and its strategic location guarantees a good position in relations with Eastern Europe, especially with Ukraine. Lublin is an investment centre and the administrative capital city for the entire region. All key business institutions are located within its limits. The urban area is inhabited by more than 600,000 people who are devoted to building the local economy together and creating a highly receptive market. Long-term investment in its surroundings and public services is what makes Lublin the best city in Poland to inhabit.
Lublin is a city for the young and ambitious. It inspires a creative and innovative approach both in culture and in business. Hundreds of cultural events attract tourists from all over the world, and business in Lublin creates companies whose products and services are recognised globally. It strengthens the city’s openness and cosmopolitan character, which stem from its history, its role as a cultural melting pot, as well as its high level of internationalisation – almost 10% of its students come from abroad.