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Policy of economic development of Plock 2012 – 2022


At the turn of 2011 and 2013 we prepared ‘Policy of Economic Development of Plock in the years 2012-2013’ for the Plock City Council.

Research aiming at defining state and conditions of Plock’s economic development was the first step. Process of preparing diagnosis included carrying out interviews with Plock’s entrepreneurs and potential investors, auditing investment territories and analysis of city’s strategic documents.

Next, in cooperation with City Council’s representatives, Plock’s entrepreneurs and business environment organizations, Policy of Economic Development was formulated. This comprehensive document covers both strictly economic as well as social elements.
Project was summed up with the conference entitled ‘Plock’s investment attractiveness’, organized by AGERON Polska on May 10, 2012 in Plock.

Tygodnik Plocki (Plock’s Weekly), May 16, 2012: ‘Above all we should increase investment attractiveness of Plock through expanding infrastructure, especially beltways and on regional level railway infrastructure. Investment offer should be expanded with new territories. In the promotional activities we should focus on following sectors: chemical, touristic, construction, logistics, engineering services for industry and food processing. We can’t forget about local entrepreneurs, their competitiveness on external markets should be supported and new terrains for expansion should be indicated. The city ought to strengthen cooperation with big enterprises as well and as a result promote Plock’s model of social responsibility of business. Some actions were already taken, but they should have wider scope – thinks Michal Zielinski from Ageron Polska. – The emphasis should be also put on developing weekend and business tourism. Plock with its attractions should be more recognizable on the map of Poland. It is also necessary to create better conditions for professional development of people living in Plock to stop migration to Warsaw and strengthen feeling of identifying themselves with the city. It could be achieved through among others activities promoting entrepreneurship among the youngest city’s inhabitants and through making the old town culturally and socially more lively – he adds. (…)

We encourage you to read the strategic document: http://dane.plock.eu/bip/dane/uchwaly/vi/467_12.pdf