Doing business in Poland
Poland is included in the top ranking of the richest countries in Europe. It is a highly developed industrial country with stable economic growth, low inflation, and low unemployment. Poland has tax incentives for investment activities. The Republic of Poland is the country with economic stability and high living standards.
Starting a business in Poland as a foreign investor is quite easy given that the same rules apply to local and foreign entrepreneurs. The first step in starting a successful company in Poland is choosing the right type of company. According to Poland Commercial Law, there are several types of legal entities that can be registered here:
- limited partnership society (spółka komandytowa);
- limited joint stock partnership (spółka akcyjno-komandytowa);
- limited liability company (spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością);
joint-stock company, joint stock company (spółka akcyjna);
- department or representative office of a foreign enterprise (in the form of LLC);
The most common and simple form, both in terms of opening and in terms of support, is an analogue of our limited liability company LLC – Społka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnoscią (abbreviated form SP.Z.O.O). According to statistics, over 80% of all registered companies in Poland are Sp.z.o.o. Among companies in which foreigners act as founders, this proportion tends to 99.9%.
Forming a company in Poland is quite simple but each country has its own difficulties. Our experts will help you prepare the necessary package of documents and choose the type of company that suits your business, we will also advise you on taxes and we are going to support you at all stages of a company formation in Poland.
In modern companies, the transfer of power to a hired manager occurs in four main causes are as follows – business owners live abroad, the businessman is planning to start a completely new business, business is rebuilt the functional structure into a decentralized holding Usually, the business transfer should be a preferred tool to structure a deal. Our team of lawyers and economists will help you carry out a business transfer and advise you on all issues.
Business in Poland
Poland is one of the most attractive countries for setting up the company. Here legislation rarely changes; taxes are among the lowest in Europe. However, opening a company requires knowledge of the regulatory framework, the selection of shareholders, directors. An independent study of all the necessary documents, the search for a registered agent can take a significant amount of time. Our team will help you register a company in Poland. We will assist in choosing the best type of company following your business and goals and consulting on what licenses are required for your business.