If you’re looking for a place in Eastern Europe where you could invest, Poland is a great place to consider. Its advantages include central location in the heart of Europe, multilingual and highly qualified workforce, and a growing economy with a stable banking sector.
To help you make the right decision, I compiled a list of websites where you can turn for assistance or guidance concerning the legal, administrative and cultural requirements of starting your business in Poland as a foreign investor.
An official site supervised by the Polish Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology. Offers a compilation of information on how to start and expand business in Poland, how to handle taxes and contacts with Polish office.
Great site to learn more about Poland, not just from a business perspective. Here, you will find information about Polish traditions, interesting food, but also advice on legal aspects of starting and running a business in Poland.
The organisation provides business information, trade and investment support as well as promotes opportunities offered by the Polish market. It has three offices in Poland (Warsaw, Cracow and Wroclaw) and one office in the UK (Sevenoaks). It currently has 300 member companies.
One of the biggest Polish conference sites which hold tens of meetings and trade fairs every year, continuously for nearly 100 years. In addition to business exhibitions recognised throughout the world, MTP organizes congresses, conferences, cultural and sports events, including mega-events, which annually attract over 1 million guests from all over the world.
The organisation supports both the foreign expansion of Polish business and the inflow of FDI into Poland. It offers information on investment incentives, assistance available in Polish regions and specific sectors. It offers services addressed specifically to investors and exporters.
In the process of establishing or expanding your business in Poland, you might need a professional translator to help you communicate with Polish managers and workers as well as share your vision of the Polish branch of your company. I will be happy to assist you by translating documents, reports and agreements so that you can focus on your other tasks. Contact me so we can discuss the details.