Areas of expertis
The markets in which we operate and why
- Czech Republic: Skilled labour at costs lower than the European average, industrial and fiscal policy, Credit availability by the banking system, the strength of the economy and not least the geographical centrality with an infrastructure network in constant development, all this makes a country with strong growth prospects and favourable to foreign investment.
- Slovak Republic: Member of EEC since 2004, Slovakia joined EU adopting the single currency from 1 January 2009. It is called the “Detroit of Europe” because of the high concentration of automakers that have moved here production plants.
- Hungary: Medium size country (10 million inhabitants), presents a geographical and strategic position ideal for logistics. Known as the “Gateway to the East”, from here you can directly reach most of Europe and its consumer market. Infrastructure, in continuous development, ensure a fast connection with East-Central Europe.
- Poland: It ‘s an interesting country for people, culture and history. The Polish economy is innovative and full of entrepreneurial spirit. The country is part of the rose of the top ten European areas in which flow into international investment, both for its economic and political stability, and for its large internal market.
- Romania: It has a real potential for development, thanks to the opening up of trade policies, the size of the domestic market (22 million inhabitants) and the strategic position of the country in the CEEC. It also offers an advantage in terms of labour costs and extensive natural resources.
- Lithuania: Defined as “the little tiger of the Baltic.” has a low tax rate, a GDP growing by more than 3% and a young population: factors of competitiveness that attract foreign entrepreneurs interested in new business ideas (business incubators). Lithuania, for its geographical position, is a privileged door to markets such as Russia, Belarus, Scandinavia and Germany.
- Bulgaria: After the difficult economic situation in 1989, in recent years the economy has started to grow again. They open space for new initiatives, tax incentives and concessions for investments have been made, including those from abroad. The tax-related legislation is in line with that in force in EU-countries which Bulgaria joined in 2007.