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Kraków Is Growing Into a Green and Liveable Working and Living Place

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Kraków is number one in Europe, in the outsourcing industry for the third time, and number nine globally, with more than 160 SSC / BPO companies and over 60,000 employees, says Elżbieta Koterba, deputy mayor of the city of Kraków. She spoke to Emerging Europe about the real estate and infrastructural projects the city is working on, Kraków advantages and the challenges the city is facing. Continue reading Kraków Is Growing Into a Green and Liveable Working and Living Place

‘Cosy’ Vilnius Offers a Vibrant Life/Work Mix for its Growing Population

Not only is the city of Vilnius growing its population, unlike the rest of Lithuania, but it is also becoming increasingly younger, says Remigijus Šimašius, mayor of Vilnius. He talked to Emerging Europe about the city’s most recent infrastructural projects, its key sectors and the challenges it is facing. Continue reading ‘Cosy’ Vilnius Offers a Vibrant Life/Work Mix for its Growing Population

Tallinn is an e-City Working With its People to Also Be a Green City

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Every third Estonian, out of a population of 1.3 million, lives in the capital city and together they produce half of the country’s GDP. Having no major industries, Estonia’s capital prides itself on its highly developed knowledge- and technology-based sectors. Arvo Sarapuu, deputy mayor of Tallinn, spoke to Emerging Europe about his city’s advantages and challenges. Continue reading Tallinn is an e-City Working With its People to Also Be a Green City

Ostrava Is Aiming at Innovative Sectors

Tomas Macura, mayor of Ostrava, told Emerging Europe that his city needs to continue its transformation from traditional industries to innovative sectors and is changing its approach in order to attract more investment, for example, in business services.