Doing business in Poland

If you are considering entering the Polish market or already have a business here, you need a trusted partner to help you face any legal or tax challenges affecting your business or personal affairs.

SSW combines innovation and experience to create practical solutions for financial, legal or tax problems. We don’t simply follow the latest legal, tax and business trends. We stay ahead of the curve, so our solutions prepare you both for present challenges and potential future risks.

Six reasons to start a business in Poland

  • Geographical location – a bridge between East and West
  • Investor-friendly and business-oriented environment
  • Rapidly developing economy – GDP growth of 4.9% (2022)
  • Skilled and multilingual workforce
  • Road and rail infrastructure co-financed by the EU
  • Political stability – EU and NATO membership

The economy of Poland

  • Population: 37,7 mln (2023)
  • Inflation (CPI): 6,6% (October 2023)
  • Unemployment rate: 5% (2023)
  • FDI: $13,2 bn (first half of 2023), $31 bn in 2022
  • Upgraded S&P rating: A- („stable”) (2023)
  • 21st economy in the world (2023)

How can we help?

Management of the company

  • Advice on ongoing management issues, including representation during litigation;
  • Supporting applications for state aid (grants, incentive instruments);
  • Advising on employment law, including employee pension plans.