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Justyna Trippner-Hrabi and Mark Hrabi

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Business environment is constantly evolving and it is getting shrunk as managers acting in the market economy encounter some problems and a great deal of implicated solutions from one country can be applied in others. This situation leads to the rise of market systems where various agreements, which are reached, aim at liberalization of trade and cooperation [Penc J., 2003, pp.126-127]. The speed of forwarding messages, products, services, easiness in making relationships, blurring the time and spatial boundaries, and convergence of customer’s tastes or standard unification enable trade and world’s production to develop. It also causes the borders to be on the decline at the same time increasing enterprise competition level internationally. The objective of paper is to indicate and describe the selected aspects connected with enterprise internationalization. The analysis and review of national and international literature were provided in the article.

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Justyna Trippner-Hrabi

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The functioning and development of enterprises are determined by transferring up-to-date knowledge into their structures. Therefore, entities being market leaders should enter into cooperation with scientific units which are providers of new solutions as well technical as organizational ones. Such cooperation in the region should be carried out with the participation of local authorities whose job is multi-dimensional and long-term support for the parties involved

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Justyna Trippner-Hrabi and Aldona Podgórniak-Krzykacz

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The article deals with the issues of the innovations implemented in public transport. Their theoretical background was defined in the form of the latest concepts of territorial development: the theory of sustainable development, circular economy, and smart city. The examples of innovations quoted above have been analysed in terms of their impact on: the local community, the environment, health, safety, and economic and social aspects. The main conclusion drawn from the analysis is that technical innovations in public transport contribute to improving mobility, the comfort and safety of commute, and, at the same time, have a positive impact on the environment.