Radom, the second largest city after Warsaw in the Masovia region, is situated at the intersection of the most important international and national roads linking Gdańsk, Warsaw and Cracow, Rzeszów and Lublin. It is located only 98 km from Warsaw’s Chopin International Airport and only one hour’s drive  on the new two-lane S7 expressway to the capital city. Thanks to the modernization of the railway planned for 2013 the time travel from Radom to either Warsaw or Cracow will be reduced to 55 minutes.

With over 20 institutions of higher education and renowned vocational and technical high schools, Radom is the second largest  educational center in the Masovia region after Warsaw. Over 15 000 young people study at Radom’s universities, while average labor costs are up to 50% lower than Warsaw, Cracow, Wrocław and the Tri-city.