By Aviram Eisenberg, Israel & Germany. I have done business in Ukraine for quite some time now and I must confess I saw the country's great potential, took a bet and won. Nowadays, the rapid developments in Ukraine, including protests that pushed out Ukrainian president Victor Yanukovych and Russia's subsequent moves in Crimea, have drawn international attention to the region...but didn't manage to scare me off. As fears have risen that the conflict between Russia and the West over Ukraine could shift into a military confrontation, I think there is little risk of global financial contagion or of major blowback to Western economies. So, how does the thriving Ukrainian IT market cope with the "Great Depression"?
We were writing earlier about the series of mini-reports about Polish cities, that provide a good environment for ITO and BPO services and Shared Services Centers, which is published by the Pro Progressio Foundation, a partner organization of the German Outsourcing Association.
Now we update the information as a new report is available about one of the major destinations within Poland: Szczecin.
"Focus on" reports are the cycle of mini-reports published by the Polish ProProgressio Foundation. Reports are prepared with Polish cities, HR Advisory Agencies and Real Estate Advisory Agencies and their main goal is to present investment opportunities, business environment and outsourcing industry in Poland. Focus on reports are distributed in Poland, but also internationally thanks to the partnership with Deutscher Outsourcing Association, Scandinavian – Polish Chamber of Commerce and Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie Polonaise en France.
More information and downloads are available via the ProProgressio Foundation's website.