Radomsko is a town of 50,000 people in the central part of Poland, administratively a district capital in the area of Łódzkie Voivodeship.
The town offers numerous advantages to potential investors: convenient geographical location, attractive investment choices, friendly tax policy and competent staff. Radomsko authorities provide comprehensive investment support: up-to-date information on local manufacturing potential, available land and buildings and considerable tax concessions for entrepreneurs creating new jobs.
Rating institutions listing Polish towns and cities in terms of attractiveness to investors place Radomsko in the higher echelons among middle-sized towns with regard to structural transformation efficiency, transport accessibility, technical infrastructure, market health, and marketing activity. New Polish and foreign partners are sought to start co-operation with the local government and Radomsko-based businesses.
In 2004 Radomsko was awarded the title and certificate of Fair-Play Commune in a competition run by the Polish Chamber of Commerce and the Institute for Private Enterprise and Democracy. Thus, Radomsko joined the ranks of investor-friendly cities open to investment offers.