Friday, 21 October 2011

5 Most Attractive Polish Cities for Business Investors

3 months ago, in my post “Invest in Poland” I was spreading the word about Poland being the sixth most attractive country in the world to do business in. This time I will get into more detail by taking you for an investment journey to five biggest Polish cities that are considered the promised lands for investors. These places are: Wroclaw, Warsaw, PoznaƄ, Cracow and Gdynia. We will visit them one by one and see what each of them has to offer*.

Friday, 7 October 2011

Versatile Blogger Award

I feel truly honoured to have been awarded the Versatile Blogger Award by Liudmila Davydova. The joy is even greater given the fact that Liudmila is an excellent blogger herself, writing not only about translation and language but also on marketing and networking. Here is a link to her blog

Official rules of the award
1. Thank the award-giver and link back to them in your post.
2. Share 7 things about yourself.
3. Pass this award along to maximum 15 recently discovered blogs you enjoy reading.
4. Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know about the award.

Seven things about me:

1. I'm a Polish native speaker but I live in the UK.
2. I'm passionate about languages and I'm interested in law and business, this is why I became a translator specialising in law and business.
3. I love hazelnut latte and chocolate.
4. For me the glass is always half full.
5. I'm listening to chillout music when working.
6. I can survive a few days without checking what's up on Facebook.
7. Networking is my new hobby.

My nominated blogs:

Acgtranslation by dr Aga Gordon @acgtranslation
Adventures in Freelance Translation by Catherine Christaki @LinguaGreca
My Lord, my fam, my job, my friends  Olga Arakelyan @Olenkaarakelyan
Wordyrama by Konstantina Drakou @wordyrama
The translation business  Paul Sulzberger @PaulEdgar1
Swedish Translation Services by Tess Whitty @Tesstranslates
Cooee - look at me! by Jane Buswell @Janebuswell