“Small towns may also be attractive to business,” is the conclusion of an article in Forbes magazine, based on the ranking conducted by the magazine itself in terms of business attractiveness of Polish cities. The key issue, in the case of Radlin, is a series of efficiency advantages of our town, regardless of whether it is its being close to metropolitan centers, proximity of the border with Czech Republic, or the potential for tourism and industry.
Socio-Economic Growth Activation of Radlin Through a Complex International Promotion of Investment Areas is a project with the goal of implementing a series of actions in the domain of ‘city marketing’. It is promoting Radlin as a dynamic urban center with high growth potential, supporting and shaping its own socio-economic development. The goal of the project is to promote the town’s five investment areas. These areas will be promoted in the press and on television nationwide, on web business portals in Poland and at the fairs in the country and abroad. The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under the Regional Operational Program of Silesia in 2007-2013. Priority I, sub-measure 1.1.2. “Investment promotion”.
The total value of the project is: 525.707,00 PLN. 85% of the funding is assured by European Regional Development Fund