New start idioms

Exercise 1 Match the idioms with their meanings: 1) to make a clean breast of it a) new members of a group (who usually bring with them fresh ideas about how the group might run) 2) to go back to the drawing board b) to change one’s ways of doing things 3) [...]

Przez | 2018-01-29T13:36:07+00:00 Styczeń 25th, 2018|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania New start idioms została wyłączona

Choosing ground-floor strategies

By Adam Zdrodowski Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 11/12 (42), November/December 2017 Retail and service areas located on ground floors have long been a fixture of modern residential projects. How much of such space is actually completed every year and is it successfully commercialized? Unlike shopping centers and retail parks, this niche segment [...]

Przez | 2017-12-20T12:44:34+00:00 Grudzień 20th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania Choosing ground-floor strategies została wyłączona

War on Cash

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 11/12 (42), November/December 2017 It appears that the future will belong to electronic pulses, rather than clinking coins and rustling banknotes. The convenience and speed of cashless transactions will have its price in the form of increased control and lack of anonymity. The catchy slogan [...]

Przez | 2017-11-23T14:15:51+00:00 Listopad 22nd, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania War on Cash została wyłączona

Know thy client

Interview by Beata Socha Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 10 (41), October 2017 The scenario where you get an ad on your mobile, research the brand online and then buy the shoes at the mall is becoming increasingly common. Omnichannel is more than something to just make shopping easier and more fun. Collecting [...]

Przez | 2017-10-26T11:35:01+00:00 Październik 25th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania Know thy client została wyłączona

Central opportunities

By Adam Zdrodowski Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 08/09 (40), September 2017 Poland’s government is planning the development of a centrally located hub airport that could compete with some of the largest airports in Europe. Would the construction of the project create an attractive location for commercial space developers? Polish ministers earlier this year recom­mended [...]

Przez | 2017-10-24T11:52:19+00:00 Wrzesień 18th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania Central opportunities została wyłączona

Polish sharing economy on the rise

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 36, March 2017 Instead of buying a car, you can borrow one from a neighbor. Instead of looking for a hotel in Warsaw, rent a room from a local. Instead of calling a taxi, get picked up by someone who has free space in their car. [...]

Przez | 2017-10-22T14:29:56+00:00 Sierpień 24th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania Polish sharing economy on the rise została wyłączona

Where is Poland’s Silicon Valley?

By Beata Socha Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 06/07 (39), June/July 2017 A software engineer comes up with a tech idea and develops it into a business. He/she makes a proof of concept, assembles a team with the necessary skillset and together they work towards monetizing the idea. They find a VC willing to [...]

Przez | 2017-10-22T14:45:42+00:00 Lipiec 24th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania Where is Poland’s Silicon Valley? została wyłączona

The wonders of the Loro Piana world

Based in northern Italy, Loro Piana is the largest cashmere and baby cashmere luxury goods manufacturer in the western world. The finest lots of this precious fibre come from Northern China and Mongolia, where Loro Piana has offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and Ulan Baatar. This guarantees Loro Piana's direct presence in the markets and a privileged and personal relationship with [...]

Przez | 2017-10-22T15:31:22+00:00 Czerwiec 26th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania The wonders of the Loro Piana world została wyłączona

No more stress with interior design. Open Book is the cure

When a company grows there finally comes a time to rebuild its office. How? Look for a new location? Or maybe just do a general overhaul? How much would it cost? How to find trusted advisors? How to choose the right partner? All those questions cause one thing: stress. Delivery of the recently opened offices [...]

Przez | 2017-10-22T16:05:13+00:00 Maj 25th, 2017|English for Business|Możliwość komentowania No more stress with interior design. Open Book is the cure została wyłączona