EY has offices in over 150 countries, thanks to which it can support clients in almost every corner of the world. In Poland, it has over 3,200 specialists working in 7 offices: in Warsaw, Gdańsk, Katowice, Kraków, Łódź, Poznań and Wrocław, as well as in competence centers. On the local market, EY was awarded many times with the titles of the best and the most effective tax consultancy company according to the ranking of Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. The company also won the Ranking of Auditors of the Republic of Poland.
EY engages in activities for the promotion of entrepreneurship. For 16 years, it has been inviting candidates to take part in the Polish edition of the Entrepreneur of the Year competition, whose winners represent Poland in the international World Entrepreneur of the Year final organized in Monte Carlo.
EY has been supporting art-related initiatives around the world for many years. In London, it is a partner of Tate Britain and Tate Modern. It also collaborates with the British Museum or National Gallery. Numerous projects are also carried out in Australia. From 2017, EY Polska is the Patron of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
EY is also one of the best employers in Poland. The company has been repeatedly awarded the title of Ideal Employer according to the Uniwersum, as well as the Most Desired Employer in the "Employer of the Year®" ranking conducted by the international student organization AIESEC. In 2018, Great Place to Work awarded EY in the category of organizations employing over 500 employees.
Forum Build 4 Future is the largest economic forum dedicated to the construction industry. Representatives of public administration will meet in one place to discuss the investments and prospects of the construction market in Poland together with entrepreneurs. An interesting substantive program is provided by discussion panels with the participation of experts on the condition of the construction sector, the economy, problems, changes and tasks for the construction industry for the coming years. Speakers, but also participants of the Forum will be representatives of Ministries and the most important chambers and associations as well as general contractors, developers and architects. This unique meeting will give you the opportunity to exchange opinions, experiences and create a platform for discussion on the future of the construction sector in Poland.