JUNE 2020 Update:
Poland is open for business again, yet we can still assist you
Here's how we can help you
We will be updating this page as the coronavirus pandemic develops
Many companies, both localy and internationaly have been affected by the measures enforced by many governments across the world to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the public health is of utmost importance to all of us, we shall all adhere to the new regulations and preventive measures enforced by the authorities. However, we shall also strive to minimise the financial and social costs of the lockdown. As long as the situation allows it, we want to help foreign companies doing business in Poland to secure their interests by all means possible.
How we can help
Within the current legal situation, we can help you with the following issues:
acting as your extended arm in Poland by attending the matters you are not able to attend in person
investigating your vendors and business partners situation and helping to mitigate the problems
advising on the current situation
interim management and other operational activities for your local business in Poland
our standard services are still rendered to a limited extent. See our standard services here.
If you need any other assistance in Poland, feel free to contact us and we will advise free of charge on the possibilities.
Please note that we speak English, Polish, Danish and other Scandinavian languages. On top of our own resources, we have the possibility to put you in touch with Scandinavian expats rendering consulting services in Poland.
Current legal situation
in Poland in brief
Since 13 June Polish borders are open again for all EU/EEA residents and no quarantine is required.
Most businesses are open. Some restrictions apply.
You can contact us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org or by booking time using the button below. In urgent cases you can call us at: +48 728 659 000