“建立和發展企業的出口戰略 – 實踐方面”

For the sixth time, we are pleased to invite you to take part in the Summer Business Academy'2018 (LAB'2018), organized in the coming months by the Enterprise Europe Network at the branch of the Upper Silesian Fund S.A. Meeting I will be devoted to the issues of...

Schade Poland new investor in Dąbrowa Górnicza

Schade Polska Międzynarodowy Transport i Spedycja Sp. z o.o. based in Będzin, will invest over PLN 40 million in the Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) and will employ at least 35 new employees. The Management Board (KSEZ) has given the investor permission to...

經濟獎競爭 Karol Adamiecki

Become the winner of the Economic Award Do you run a business in Dąbrowa? Are you implementing innovations? Are you guided by the principles of fair competition that you abide by the principles of ethics, corporate social responsibility, do you focus on employee...




Why Dąbrowa Górnicza?

Dąbrowa Górnicza  is an important centre of the Upper Silesian Agglomeration, which includes fourteen cities of the Silesian Province (the most urbanized area in Poland, with its capital in Katowice). The advantage of Dąbrowa Górnicza is its exceptionally favourable location in the south of Poland, providing an easy access to absorbent markets of Poland and the Northern Moravia of the Czech Republic.

Dąbrowa Górnicza  is the largest city of the  Silesian Province in terms of its area (with its 189 km2). It is the tenth largest city in Poland. Currently, it has a population of about 120 thousand. The city extends from Czarna Przemsza to the central part of the Błędowska Desert. The city centre is heavily urbanised – apart from residential buildings, there are also numerous public buildings. Investors will be offered investment areas covering over 300 ha in all parts of the city. The most anticipated are centre-creating investments. The city is preparing to revitalize its centre.

The city, having attractive investment areas and a wide range of human resources, offers great opportunities to develop business ventures. Priority is given to those that promote economic activation, investments based on modern, environmentally friendly technologies and innovative initiatives in the field of recreation and tourism.