Polish businesses weathered the Covid pandemic relatively well and learnt valuable lessons that could help them navigate other shocks, including the current war in Ukraine. In this report, we look at how companies have responded to the disruption of recent years and the new trends taking shape
Polish businesses show resilience in face of Covid, war in Ukraine
Polish firms were affected differently by the pandemic, depending on the sector. But in general, they weathered the shock well, with a diversified approach to purchasing policy, changes in inventory management, and a diversified base of subcontractors.
Now, businesses are facing another great test of their resilience. Russia's invasion of Ukraine will lead to another adjustment by Polish enterprises – directly by those trading in the East, and indirectly – by the economy as a whole.
Our qualitative research, covering about 30 companies from various economic sectors, takes a deep dive into how businesses have been coping with the disruption and the lessons that have been learnt.
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