The potential in the CEE region, including Poland, is becoming increasingly attractive to companies in the technology sector due to its skilled workforce, innovative ecosystems, competitive costs, and favorable conditions for business development. The growing technological expertise in the region has the potential to attract companies from the global scene looking for suitable places to create and develop software teams. This is the conclusion of a recent publication in The Recursive.
The article emphasizes that with a workforce of over 2.3 million information and communication technology (ICT) experts in CEE, this sector constitutes nearly 3% of the total workforce. Among the countries within the region, Poland, boasting the most populous and advanced ecosystem, accounts for almost a quarter of this workforce, providing employment for over 500,000 individuals within the ICT sector.
Furthermore, there is a growing interest in establishing offices in Poland, including OpenAI’s intention to set up its European headquarters in Poland.
“I don’t know what Poland does as a culture and a system to create such incredible engineering and research talent and also such rigor, which has been, I think, very important to OpenAI’s success, but it’s quite remarkable the impact that it’s had,” said cited by The Recursive CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, during a visit in Poland earlier this year.
More information in Polish: https://therecursive.com/tech-talent-on-the-rise-4-reasons-to-establish-your-dev-team-in-the-cee-region/
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