On 15th of February, TPA Horwath launched its office in Katowice. The consulting company will occupy 154 sq. meters in the “Stara Huta” office complex.
This is the third office of the firm in Poland after Poznań and Warsaw. According to TPA Horwath, the new location in the capital of the Upper Silesian agglomeration was chosen to response to the customers needs and economic dynamics of the region.
From the beginning, the office in Katowice will be managed by the team of the long-time associates of TPA Horwath specialized in providing integrated solutions for the energy and real estate sectors, as well as for companies located in special economic zones.
“We offer our clients consulting services of the highest quality in connection with the high availability of experienced experts. With offices in Poznań, Warsaw and Katowice we are closer to our business partners in the key economic regions of the country. Although by using modern communication tools a lot of things can be arranged remotely, we believe that a true partnership and relationship based on trust, require frequent, close and direct contact” – commented Wojciech Sztuba, managing partner of TPA Horwath Poland.
The company offices will be located in the building B of “Stara Huta” – the refurbished office complex where a zinc smelter named “Silesia” has been operating by the end of 20th century. Now, the facilities situated at 141 Korfantego Av. are outfitted with an eye for detail including high class materials as granit, egzotic wood and glass.
TPA Horwath Poland employs over 140 experts and belongs to top ten consulting firms in Poland. The company services include strategic tax consulting, transaction advisory, financial audit, outsourcing of accounting and payroll administration, as well as corporate finance, personnel consulting, energy, real estate and construction advisory. TPA Horwath is a member of Crowe Horwath International – one of the largest global network of audit and professional services firms. The firm employs more than 1 000 experts in 26 offices in Austria, Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary.