Szczecin holds the position of the administrative and economic centre of the Westpomeranian Voivodeship, being also the capital of the Pomerania Euroregion and a hub of political, social and cultural cooperation for local authorities from Poland, Germany and the Scandinavian countries.Along with its exceptional location, Szczecin is characterised by extraordinary natural conditions, a large selection of investment-attractive locations, and the huge potential of well-trained and professionally-qualified staff. This all makes Szczecin both a resident-friendly place and a dynamically-growing metropolis.
|Population||405 657 tys|
|Population of the Szczecin Metropolitan Area||686 365|
|Population of Westpomeranian Voivodeship||1 710 000|
|Number of students||39 419|
|Number of employed in enterprise sector||48 000|
|Average monthly wage – gross||4 623 zł|
|Number of business entities per 10,000 residents||1 676|
|Foreign capital In enterprises||1018,1 m PLN|
Source: Statistical Office in Szczecin.
Szczecin is the wealthiest and the most industrialised sub-region of the Westpomeranian Voivodeship. Thanks to its economic and demographic situation Szczecin has a lot of potential in regard to attracting new investments.