Grid Dynamics Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GDYN) (Grid Dynamics), a leader in enterprise-level digital transformation services and solutions, announced today the expansion of Grid Dynamics Poland as part of its ongoing global expansion efforts. This is the company’s fourth location in the region after Krakow, Wroclaw, and Gdansk. Located in the center of Warsaw, Grid Dynamics’ newest operational center is expected to employ several hundred top-tier engineering talents by the end of 2023.
As global demand for digital transformation solutions fuels growth, Grid Dynamics’ presence in Poland confirms the company’s desire to attract global tech talent. The ongoing expansion in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is part of the company’s rapid growth globally; Grid Dynamics now employs over 3800 employees in twelve countries.
“Expanding Grid Dynamics’ presence in Poland gives us access to an exponential, broadly diverse talent pool and enables our massive scaling efforts as a public company,” said Leonard Livschitz, CEO of Grid Dynamics. “The Warsaw location will be a key contributor to our ongoing growth and help strengthen shareholder value. Poland is becoming a regional technology hub thanks to its readiness for digital transformation, innovation, business needs, and multi-cloud approach. We’ve found the region hosts a wealth of technology talent, and we’re eager to continue leveraging that talent to meet our goals and best serve our Fortune 1000 customers.”
Recently, Mr. Livschitz traveled to Warsaw to meet with the Ambassador of the United States to Poland, Mark Brzezinski, to discuss the Polish innovation ecosystem. It was a meeting with representatives of the American and Polish business communities, as well as members of the government, investment funds, and the education system, at which Mr. Livschitz was the keynote speaker.
“We expect rapid and successful growth of Grid Dynamics in Warsaw,” stated Sergii Taraday, Vice President of European Operations at Grid Dynamics. “Our technology specialists who relocated here from Ukraine have adapted easily and quickly to life and work in Poland. We plan to build a large office soon, so we invite technical specialists and HR and recruitment specialists to join us.”