K2 management opens office in Poland

Danish growth company K2 Management hopes to land more wind projects in Poland and neighboring countries.

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After nearly two years consulting in Poland, Denmark's K2 Management has now opted to open an office in the country. This office will be opened in Gdynia in northern Poland.

"We have been active in the Polish market since 2016, supporting a local client with the development of an offshore wind project. Our involvement has developed a strong interest from developers and utilities in the region for our services, making us confident that a local presence can better support our clients," says Chief Sales Officer and co-founder Lars K. Hammershøj in a statement.

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