Paweł Panczyj Managing Director, ABSL

Pawel is a certified Local Government Clerk and author of publications on offshoring and BPO investments. In the years 2002 – 2007 Pawel has worked very closely with the Mayor of Wroclaw in the field of supporting investors opening new factories and business service centers. During his years of municipal activities such investors as Whirlpool, LG, Toshiba, Volvo have started their projects in Wroclaw. It was also then that multinational corporations like HP, Credit Suisse, Google, Siemens and Nokia-Siemens Network started their SSC, BPO, ITO and R&D activities in Wroclaw.
Between 2008 and 2012 Pawel worked as the Manager in the Business Advisory Services department of Ernst & Young. He has extensive experience in negotiations with investors when choosing the location of projects, investor’s support in early stages of the projects, supervising legislative procedures related to registration and central/local support, advisory services experience in the field of local grants, incentives, construction procedures, support in application process for special economic zone benefits. Recently he has been responsible for supporting location selection processes of multinational corporations (SONY, Bayer, Carl Zeiss, HP, RWE and Thyssen Krupp) in Central Europe and the Baltics cooperating closely with cities in this part of the continent.
As an expert in site selection process Pawel is in touch with major Polish and Central European cities conducting workshops and giving lectures on criteria of site selection and cooperation in post investment support. In many Polish cities he provides consultancy services for local authorities in the field of city marketing and developing business communication strategy.


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