Business Set Up in Poland

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Benefits Of Registering A Company In Poland

Poland is a thriving business hub with a growing economy.

Strategic Location

Poland's central position in Europe links Eastern and Western markets, granting access to over 500 million consumers in the EU.

EU Membership

EU membership grants Poland access to the Single Market, boosting trade and investment.

Growing Economy

Poland's economy has been steadily growing, marked by consistent GDP expansion pre-pandemic.

Skilled Workforce

Poland boasts a skilled and educated workforce, offering a diverse talent pool across various sectors.

Business-Friendly Environment

Poland cultivates a business-friendly environment, offering incentives for investment and entrepreneurship.

Attractive Investment Incentives

Poland offers various investment incentives to attract businesses, including grants, tax exemptions, and subsidies.

Why To Choose Poland

Economic Growth and Prospects in the Poland

Poland’s GDP has shown consistent growth over the years. In 2021, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Poland’s GDP was estimated to have rebounded and shown positive growth. Before the pandemic, Poland had experienced annual GDP growth rates averaging around 4% to 5%.

Poland’s government debt had been under control compared to some other European countries. The debt-to-GDP ratio was around 50% to 60% before the pandemic, which was considered manageable.

A Step-By-Step Guide

Setting Up An Offshore Company In Poland

Choose the Type of Company

Decide on the type of company structure that suits your business needs. In Poland, common types include a limited liability company (sp. z o.o.), a joint-stock company (SA), a partnership, or a branch office.

Register the Company:

  • Choose a unique name for your company and check its availability with the National Court Register (KRS).
  • Prepare the necessary documentation, including articles of association, shareholders' agreements, and other required forms.
  • Notarize the company's articles of association.
  • Register the company with the National Court Register (KRS). This can be done electronically or through a notary.

Legal Representation

Consider hiring a local lawyer or legal firm specialized in corporate law and business registration to guide you through the process and ensure compliance with local regulations.

Seek Professional Advice

Given the complexity and legal nuances involved in setting up a company in a foreign jurisdiction, seek advice from legal, tax, and financial professionals experienced in international business and Polish company law.

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