This subtitle should be accompanied by a little wink ( ).
If you look at lists of countries that speak the best English, you’ll find Poland in almost every “top 10” out there. For more details, you can head to MOSAlingua, check out the statistics from the World Economic Forum, look up the results of studies at Europe Language Jobs, or review the maps created by The Independent. There was also a debate on the subject at the UsingEnglish forum.
Long story short, we (the Polish people) kind of rock both the development and language worlds. While, usually, you’ll be initially contacted by our business development team in the States, you also will be in touch with our Tech Leads – all of whom are Polish.
That’s one of the reasons why many big players (Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Google, and more) from the United States have located their R&D and software departments in Poland. They know they’ll receive high-quality product in exchange for considerably lower costs.
What’s also worth mentioning is that in 2014-2015, more than 46,000 international students chose Poland as their study destination.
Culture gap is almost non-existent