Poland is one of the European Union’s most rapidly developing countries. Poland's strong and robust position on the Old Continent's market makes it possible to intensify the country's business expansion and activities in Latin America as well as in the United States. According to the IMF; World Economic Outlook Database of April 2013, Poland is ranked sixth among European Union’s and 23rd among the world’s largest economies with regards to the GDP. Poland is a large sales and consumer market, open and ready for commodities and services. The 38-million population of Poland accounts for 37% of all new European Union's member states' community.
Kielce (the population of 201 000 inhabitants) is the city located in the south-east of central Poland, the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship's capital, For a number of years the city has been ranked among most investor-friendly places. In 2013 it was put on the short list of the prestigious Poland Outsourcing and Shared Services Award.
Kielce's favourable location in the heart of Poland makes it a perfect venue for exhibitions and conferences. Not only is this a splendid place for domestic companies, but also for companies from the neighbouring countries.