About the Project

Throughout its history Poland has managed to create a unique set of characteristics describing our nation. Unconventional, out of the box thinkers, dreamers and visionaries. Everything that happened in our past – the struggle, oppression, the fight for freedom forged an exceptional way of dealing with challenges.

We do not back down.

We do not falter.

We do not take no for an answer.

We do not use beaten tracks.

We are determined, hardworking and innovative.

“The Polish way” is to make things happen.

“The Polish Way” is also focused on taking care of our friends. History taught us who we can trust and who we can rely on. On the centenary of regaining Poland’s independence we celebrate together with our closest allies.

We want to showcase the translation of our nation’s characteristics into the economic success our country has enjoyed within the last years and present how we take care of our business partners.

We want to present how we make things done – how failure is not an option – how CAN has become our main driver.

PZU Group as one of the biggest companies in Poland and one of the biggest financial groups in Europe is part of this narrative. The can do approach is part of our DNA and the reason why we have decided to become part of an initiative to promote Poland on a global scale. This endeavor will project a whole new perspective on our country and our PZU Group as one of the biggest companies in Poland and one of the biggest financial groups in Europe is part of this narrative. The can do approach is part of our DNA and the reason why we have decided to become part of an initiative to promote Poland on a global scale. This endeavor will project a whole new perspective on our country and our economy.

#PolandCanDoNation

News

Monday 08.10

New Harris Poll/PZU Survey Shows Americans Underestimate Poland’s Economic Strength, Innovation and Education Levels

Poll shows 89 percent don’t believe Poland ranks in top 40 of most innovative countries; 64 percent think Poland’s economy based on agriculture; 47 percent think there are not many job opportunities.

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Thursday 11.10

Prime Minister lauds Poland's new designation as developed nation. Harvard mentor program with top Polish CEOs announced at NYC event.

The optimism was palpable at the Harvard Club on October 4, as speakers and panelists gave presentations at the event “Poland: The Can-Do Nation,” presented by PZU, one of Poland's largest financial institutions, in cooperation with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The air of enthusiasm was not surprising, given that just over a week ago Poland was officially recognized as a developed market, less than 30 years after it became a free market economy.

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New York

October 4, 2018

 

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Poland in Numbers

  • GDP 524,6 bln USD Source: Euromonitor(2017)
  • GDP growth 4,6% Source: Euromonitor(2017)
  • Ease of doing business 27 Source: Euromonitor Inflation 2,1% Source: Euromonitor(2018)
  • FDI Flows 2,4% Source: EIU (2018)
  • PMI 52,0 Source: Santander (09.2018)
  • Unemployment 5,8% Source: Santander (3Q 2018)
  • No of households 13,6 mln Source: Euromonitor (2017)
  • Population 38,6 mln Source: EIU
  • Lending rate 3,1 Source: Euromonitor (2017)

Please check 2018 SEDA Poland vs EU and ROW

Sustainable Economic Development Assessment

BCG SEDA (Sustainable Economic Development Assessment) is a new way to extend insight on countries’ development beyond pure economy and to get insights into well-being. SEDA reveals that countries can make the overall welfare of citizens the top priority while promoting sustainable and robust economic growth. The tool, launched in 2012, is designed to provide insight into the relative well-being of a country’s citizens and how effectively a country converts wealth, as measured by income levels, into well-being.

  • Over the last decade, Poland improved in most dimensions, most notably in infrastructure, employment, environment and income
  • Performs better in the dimensions of economic stability, employment and education
  • Has made strong relative progress across most dimensions, particularly in employment
  • Poland is the 1st country worldwide in terms of improving the highest number of SEDA indicators
  • Poland is the 2nd country in European Union with the highest SEDA score improvement. In global SEDA index Poland is ranked 32nd

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