In 2017, Pomerania was ranked 4. on the Milken Institute’s 2017 index of the Best-Performing Cities in Europe – next to London, Stockholm and Budapest. It was also no.1 in Europe and no. 5. in the world in the TripAdvisor’s ranking of the Top Destinations on the Rise in 2017. The region boasts one of the highest numbers of happy residents in Poland (according to the Social Diagnosis 2015), making it one of the most desired destinations in Poland and Europe to live and work in. Gdansk itself has also been named People Friendly City by Forbes ranking 2020 and ranked as one of the safest destinations during COVID, Best Destinations in Europe 2020.
See why Pomerania is a superb place to work and live (courtesy of Pomeranian Tourist Organization).:
Excellent opportunities for professional and personal development, quality of nature, clean air, rich cultural offer – all this attracts a growing number of people who want to settle in the region. Invest in Pomerania – together with the regional authorities – have launched a number of efforts to use these assets in order to attract and retain talents from Poland and beyond.
Read more about Live more. Pomerania campaign.