On 12 June, the Yoko Office Building was opened officially in Garnizon, Gdańsk. The celebration was held in the presence of representatives of the investor, Hossa Investment Group, the exclusive lessee, the Swarovski Global Business Services, the local government, and journalists. About 300 employees will work in the office of the Austrian company.
Owing to the number of amenities, the friendly public space as well as its rich cultural and entertainment offer, Garnizon has become an excellent location for businesses that care for the quality of their working environment and want to provide their personnel with balance between work and relaxation. We believe that the positive climate of the site created by Garnizon will contribute to the dynamic development of our Partner in Gdańsk.
Elwira Kochowska-Król, in charge of commercialization in the Hossa Investment Group
The BPO / SSC sector, or so-called shared services, is the fastest growing business in Poland. Companies that decide to open offices specializing in business support of organizations value Polish cities for the high quality of office spaces, expansion opportunities, and in particular the qualified and ambitious personnel. The decision taken by Swarovski, which is an international organization, confirms that Gdańsk fulfils all the conditions for business development on a large scale. Strategic business decisions require comprehensive support, and the selection of a location is a key decision for companies that enter a new market. The analyses and simulations carried out for Swarovski were unique. I am positive that Swarovski will be among the companies whose development we will see in the coming years and that will have a positive impact on the labour market in Gdańsk.
Mariusz Wiśniewski, Director, Office Agency, CBRE
Associate Director, Marketing & Communication CBRE