ArmInfo. The Polish company Blue Blue, which deals with sales outsourcing, recruitment and business consulting, intends to open a subsidiary in Armenia. This was stated by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company "Blue Aidia" Lukasz Valerian on the margins of the Armenian-Polish business forum "Business in Armenia: Prospects, Opportunities and Challenges" on October 4 in Yerevan.
According to him, there is a myth that the Armenian market is small and its possibilities are small. However, according to the results of the 6-month research, the representatives of the Polish company came to the conclusion that Armenia, in fact, is very attractive for foreign business and, first of all, for the sphere of high technologies. According to Valerian, there are many highly qualified specialists in the field of information technologies in Armenia. "Currently, Poland is in desperate need of 50,000 programmers, so we decided to open a subsidiary company in Armenia that will hire IT specialists for customers from Poland." I am confident that this cooperation will lead to economic growth of the two countries, "concluded expert.
. According to the EU For You website (your life and business in Europe), the IT sector in Poland is growing from year to year, attracting Western partners, which are increasingly starting to open branches in large cities in Poland. Demand for IT specialists is growing, specialists of JAVA, C ++, as well as developers of web applications are very interested. Most offers for programmers are available in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. A wide selection of vacancies for IT professionals offers Krakow, Katowice, as well as Poznan and Lodz. In Wroclaw, many offices of international companies are based, new offices are regularly opened, incl. companies that work for outsourcing and to Western Europe and the United States.
According to the National Statistical Service of Armenia, in January-July of 2017 the foreign trade turnover between Armenia and Poland amounted to $ 27.5 million, a decline of 0.3%. At the same time, exports amounted to $ 40.8 million, recording a decline of 55.1%, and imports of $ 22.7 million, with growth of 35.2%. In 2016, bilateral trade amounted to $ 53.94 million, an increase of 13%, from of which exports amounted to $ 18.8, and imports to the RA $ 36.1 million.