Romanians are well integrated and connected to European values, both on economic and cultural levels. Consequently, in international collaborative processes, the communication is effective, proactive and enjoyable. Romanians are quite flexible and adaptable in relation to foreign cultures.
Romanian is a EU member state, which simplifies legal and financial issues.
Despite the fact that the income of Romanian employees is one of the lowest in Europe, there are some good facts associated with this: Low Income => Low Costs for Business operations => Perfect destination for starting or moving a business from abroad.
Companies that want to start or bring their business in countries like Romania have much to gain from its economic status. Office rents, salaries and accountant expenses combined with the low corporate taxes, respectively 16% – the lowest in European Union, and an important number of double taxation avoidance treaties, make Romania a very interesting destination for abroad businesses.
Several international airports can be found in Romania’s major cities (Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Sibiu and soon in Brasov).
Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is at 3 hours flight from London, 4 hours flight from Berlin, 2 hours from Vienna, making it a good destination for European companies.
Romania is ranked 5th in the world in terms of internet connection speed, according to a top made by bloomberg.com. Romania has an average speed of 37.4 MB / second, coming short of the 4th place occupied by Latvia (37.5 MB / sec).
9 cities in Romania rank in the top 15 in the world with the highest speed of Internet connection.
Internet in Romania is cheap, despite its high performance.