Skanska to invest in Business Link

Business Link and Skanska will co-create in Central-Eastern Europe (CEE) an innovative ecosystem for start-up companies, small and medium enterprises, and companies from the business services sector. The developer has invested in Business Link – the largest network of co-working space and private offices in Poland. Because of Business Link’s planned international expansion, the company will become the biggest network of its kind in Europe and second in the world. As a result, Skanska will be in a position to create the most comprehensive commercial office proposition for a wide range of businesses on the CEE market.

Over the next couple of years, Business Link will create approximately 12 new locations in CEE, totaling approximately 45,000 – 50,000 sqm. The investment of EUR 10 mln will be spread over time and will depend on fulfilling mutually agreed upon business goals. Skanska and Business Link’s partnership is adding the latest model to its office space commercialization proposition – a solution highly in demand especially among start-up communities as well as small and medium enterprises that mainly power Poland’s economy. 

Skanska and Business Link’s cooperation is an example of a sustainable approach to business. The developer, as an equal partner, is not taking over the start-up company but investing in its development.

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