Our method is based on selection and going in-depth: we choose relevant topics and apply our analytic method to them. Our catalogue of 40+ types of analyses enables us to see issues in their complexity, swiftly ask salient questions and separate signal from noise. As a result our clients receive conclusions that translate into smarter decisions in business and politics.
Polityka Insight’s 20+ in-house analysts track seven strategic areas: domestic politics, finance, energy, manufacturing, defence, legislation, EU affairs and defence. The broad sectoral expertise gives us a comprehensive overview of the economy and politics. We are especially versed in analysing highly regulated sectors and their interaction with state institutions.
Polityka Insight was founded in 2013 within the Polityka publishing group, based on a concept by Wawrzyniec Smoczyński. The initial team included eight people – the company now employs 32 and became profitable in 2015.
Polityka Insight becomes a separate company
Polityka Insight launches PI Podcasts covering most important political and economic developments (in Polish)
PI Finance and PI Energy, two sectoral daily services are launched
The first edition of Risks and Trends, Polityka Insight’s annual conference
Polityka Insight launches tailored research services
Start of conference services by Polityka Insight
Launch of the daily analytical service in Polish and English (now called PI Premium)
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