Introduction

Foreign investments into Poland reached nearly €13 billion in 2017 alone. Such investments span a variety of different business and industry sectors: from brownfield investments to acquisitions; from the automotive industry to BPOs. Could such investors be wrong? Even more importantly, can YOU afford to miss such an opportunity to expand your business?

Six good reasons to make Poland your business destination

Geographical location

Bridging West and East

Investor-friendly climate

Business-orientated environment

Booming economy

5.1% GDP growth (2018)

Availability of talent

Multilingual, skilled workforce

Infrastructure

EU co-funded road and rail infrastructure

Political stability

EU and NATO membership

Setting up a business

Partnerships and companies. Six forms of commercial associations.

Regulated in the Polish Commercial Companies Code (CCC)
Requires entry in the register of entrepreneurs (part of the Polish National Court Register)

Partnerships

Partnerships

Companies

Companies

Other types of enterprises

Other types of enterprises

Running a business

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Digital business

Digital business

03
Real estate

Real estate

04
Public procurement

Public procurement

05
Labour law

Labour law

06
Accounting

Accounting

07
State aid: grants, incentives

State aid: grants, incentives

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Taxation

Taxation

Poland:

Facts and figures

Population
38.0 million
Inflation (CPI)
1.81%
GDP growth rate
5.1% (cf. 4.8% in 2017)
Unemployment
5.8%
FDI
€13 billion (2017)
A- (“stable”)
Upgraded S&P rating
How can we help you?

How can we help you?

Whether you’re still considering entering the Polish market or you’re already established here, you need a trusted partner to help you tackle any business, tax or legal challenges you may encounter. We help you to make your mark on the Polish business landscape.

Setting up a business

Running a business

Did you know?

  • Poland is the 9th largest country in Europe.
  • It is a NATO member since 1999 and an EU member since 2004.
  • The name “Poland” (Polska) originates from the name of the Polanie tribe.
  • It means “people living in open fields”.
  • Poland’s original constitution (1791) was adopted as the 1st in Europe and the 2nd in the world.
  • It is the only European country with beaches, mountains, forests, deserts and lakes.
  • 17 Nobel Prize winners have Polish roots.
  • Jagiellonian University is Europe’s second oldest University
  • Polish dumplings (pierogi) are considered to be the best in the world.