L.E.K.’s Wroclaw office has served our activities in Central and Eastern Europe (C&EE) since 2008. The team is comprised of Polish professionals coordinating a research network covering much of C&EE. This ensures a powerful set of skills, experience and language capabilities required to serve our clients within Poland and across the region. L.E.K.’s corporate and private equity clients, in particular, value the depth of our market insights, our practical industry expertise and our strategic advisory capabilities.
L.E.K.’s deep industry expertise gives us the ability to advise our clients on all of the chosen or contemplated growth trajectories of their businesses. These include entry and growth in CEE markets, outward growth for local firms, developing products and services through adjacencies, innovation and M&A, as well as the introspective angle of improving company operations and enhancing value management.
Our clients range from large and mid-sized corporations to financial investors and their portfolio companies. Along with serving our CEE client base, the Polish office supports L.E.K.’s network by providing on-the-ground research and analytics whenever the clients’ needs touch on Poland and the C&EE region.
- Developing successful and actionable market entry and growth strategies
- Evaluating potential investments through commercial due diligence
- Supporting vendors with a strategic assessment of their assets
- Improving business performance and managing for value
- Strategy activation
- Building Products & Materials
- Energy & Environment (fuels including Renewables, Power & Waste)
- The Entire Food Value Chain (Agriculture, Processing, Wholesale, Retail and Foodservice)
- Healthcare Services
- Private Equity
- Travel & Transport
The L.E.K. Wroclaw office is located in the Old Town near the National Forum of Music and Poland’s tallest building, Sky Tower. The L.E.K. office is situated on the top floor of ASCO Business Centre. Its central location provides easy access to the Wroclaw historic city center and business parks as well as train stations and the airport.
Wroclaw is a dynamic center for business, culture and arts, and provides convenient access to Poland's top universities. The city hosted The World Games 2017 and was selected as European Capital of Culture 2016. Wroclaw is home to C&EE or Poland centers of operations for multiple international companies.