Our Priorities

ASPIRE’s business plan for 2015-2016 is focussed on five priority areas.

Each of our priorities is overseen by an industry Task Force responsible for objectives, targets and programmes relating to the priority.

Data capture & benchmarking

  • To furnish members with key benchmark data points for the industry;
  • To provide a framework for co-operation with research organisations in collecting data which supports the development of the industry.

Information sharing & networking

  • To share experiences and information on topics of common interest and importance across ASPIRE members;
  • To provide a framework to identify, share, promote and manage information sharing opportunities among members;
  • To leverage the collective knowledge of our members key talent resources;
  • To build relationship networking opportunities across ASPIRE members, including key talent from each of the organisations


  • To align with government, educational institutions, private sector providers and, above all, students, to ensure a proven resource of appropriately qualified and motivated entry level candidates whose skills are aligned to future sector needs;
  • To ensure new recruits to the industry have a realistic understanding of job requirements, career opportunities, rewards and performance standards;
  • To provide learning and development opportunities for industry professionals to support their professional development.


  • To raise awareness and promote understanding of the sector and member companies among stakeholders;
  • To highlight the value of the sector to the local economy, the opportunities it provides and the requirements for its current and future development;
  • To provide a framework to capture and maximise PR and promotional opportunities;
  • To promote ASPIRE as the collective voice of the industry and vehicle for engaging with the industry;
  • To promote Kraków and the wider region as a world leader in technology and business services.


  • To improve transport demand management as it impacts the technology and business services industry in terms of frequency and capacity;
  • To improve the traffic flow related to infrastructure development;
  • To ensure the sustainable development of the transport infrastructure;
  • To provide a framework to influence office and infrastructure developments;
  • To support efforts to improve the number of direct connections between regional airports and strategic airports in Europe;
  • To ensure airport developments are directed towards improving the travel experience.