The study presents the results of research concerning interregional diversification of creation of gross value added per capita in Poland. In this dimension of economic processes, the fact indi-cated in the subject literature that the process of development in the regional order consistent with a polarization model leads to growing disparities is more and more often verified. The basis for the conclusion constitutes an observation of changes in a value of Gini coefficient calculated for inter-voivodeship distribution of gross value added per capita in 2000–2011. Data necessary for the analysis were taken from Local Data Bank of Central Statistical Office. Because of dominance of the service sector in modern economies, apart from the analysis of crea-tion of total gross value added, the attention in the study was paid to differences between service branch-es. They are identified as sections G-T of Polish Classification of Activities PKD2007. The research identifies the sections where scale of interregional differences is the biggest and simultaneously a thesis that the biggest interregional inequalities concern the most modern branches connected with develop-ment of a knowledge based economy is verified. The achieved results confirm the initial assumptions. Processes of interregional divergence are observed not only for total gross value added, but also concerning value creation in most of the service branches. Moreover, the spheres of the biggest intervoivodeship inequalities in distribution of production appear to be modern branches: ICT and finances. Professional, scientific and tech-nical services also represent such characteristics. However, minimalization of interregional dis-parities is mainly connected with functioning of a sphere of public services.