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Poland Investment

Poland is located at a geographic crossroads that links the forested lands of northwestern Europe to the sea lanes of the Atlantic Ocean and the fertile plains of the Eurasian frontier. Poland offers numerous investment opportunities, and also provides foreign nationals with the option of getting a “Karta Pobytu” or resident visa while opening a new business venture in Poland. 

Why Choose POLAND:

  • Poland has the 7th largest European population, which means that there is a big market available to sell your products or services.

  • It is strategically located between big European countries like Germany, Austria, Russia and Ukraine.
  • As a member of the European Union, there is no restriction between movement between the countries. 

  • Poland enjoys a strategic partnership with Austrian and German companies which allows for investment in diverse industries at affordable prices.
  • Poland has the largest sea port in Europe.
  • The Cost of living in Poland is cheaper as compared to other European countries.
  • There is free education in Poland, and some of the universities are ranked in the top 100 in Europe.

  • Poland offers child support, pensions, and affordable medical care. 

Poland’s economic performance could improve if the country accounts for some of the deficiencies in its corporate environment. An inadequate commercial court system, a rigid labour code, bureaucracy, and persistent low-level corruption keep the private sector from reaching to its full potential. However, there are remedies in place and this looks set to change in the near future. 

Poland’s main agricultural crops are wheat and other cereals, potatoes and fodder crops. Poland is the leading exporter of apple concentrate and is among the world’s leading producers of berries, cabbage and carrot.Poland’s main industries are:

  • Machine building
  • Iron and steel
  • Coal mining
  • Chemicals
  • Shipbuilding
  • Food processing
  • Glass
  • Beverage
  • Textiles

It’s primary export commodities are:

  • Machinery and transport equipment
  • Intermediate manufactured goods
  • Miscellaneous manufactured goods
  • Food and live animals

And main import commodities are:

  • Machinery and transport equipment
  • Intermediate manufactured goods
  • Chemicals
  • Minerals
  • Lubricants and related materials

HOW TO START UP YOUR POLISH BUSINESS?

Starting a business in Poland is easy. You can establish a Limited Liability European Company, called a Spolka, wherever you are in the world. However, to start a company in Poland, you must be two partners and this can be anyone you prefer who is above the age of 18. 

Step by Step Process :

  • Choose a company name and check if your data and company name is available in the Warsaw National Court.
  • After the relevant amount has been paid in full, the company contract will be issued, and this will take about one month.
  • After you receive your contract in mail, you will need to print 3 hard copies of the documents and get it signed by you and your partner.
  • Your company will then be verified and activated on the Court’s online system. 

Please note that the Money you should pay in Your company Registration includes the following :

  • Application Preparation.
  • KRS Registration.
  • Court Registration.
  • Notary Registration.
  • Polish Ministry for Foreign Affairs Registration.
  • Social Insurance Office Registration.
  • Taxes Office Registration.

Book your consultation with us today to get started with your Polish investment venture.