Startups
& Subsidiaries

Company Formation in Poland 

If you considered doing business in Poland, either by registering a Polish daughter company or starting a brand new entity, then we can assist you along the way or do everything for you, so you can focus on the core of your business.

If you are
  • an established enterprise outside of Poland, that wants to set up a daughter company in the country
     

  • an individual willing to start a new business in Poland
     

  • a startup willing to choose Poland for its HQ and seek funding here

Then we can
  • help you prepare a business plan, research the market and analyse the costs of running your type of business in Poland before you start to invest the money
     

  • register a legal entity in Poland on your behalf; usually, it would be a public limited liability company or similar
     

  • do all the dull registration work, open up a bank account, take care of bookkeeping, and rent an office or other real estates for you
     

  • hire your first employees
     

  • help you manage the business until you train or hire your own management
     

  • assist you on a regular basis with anything related to your business. Choose freely from our other services such as business development, sourcing and general consulting

You gain
  • knowledge - know what to do from the beginning. 
     

  • short start-up time; we can set up a completely new business entity within days and spare you the bureauocracy
     

  • all the perks and benefits from acting as a local entrepreneur; no surprises when dealing with Polish administration
     

  • local business know-how and a network of vendors and potential customers

Need more information?

Try our free 15 minutes online consulting

How much would it cost to run my business in Poland?

Free Consulting On Business in Poland
15 min

A free consulting service up to 15 minutes where you can ask any questions related to doing or establishing business in Poland. One of our consultants will try to help you to the best of their abilities. No strings attached. 

Sample questions you might want to ask:

  • What is the best business to start in Poland? 

  • Will my company benefit from establishing its presence in Poland? How?

  • What is the best location for establishing a company in my industry

  • Is there a chance that my product will sell in Poland?

  • What are the usual costs of running my kind of business in Poland

  • Will I be able to recruit a skilled workforce for my company?

  • What should I prepare before starting a company in Poland?

  • What should I know about doing business in Poland?

  • How much will I need to attend to the company in Poland in person?

  • Will my business name click in Poland? (Beware, as some foreign names might mean something else in Polish)

  • Company incorporation process, business forms, share capital needed, bank accounts, VAT number, income tax and all the legal stuff. 

  • Startup acceleration possibilities, investors, grants, networking between companies, cultural specifics of the country. 

This free consulting is led by:

Przemysław Piela

Przemysław Piela

General Manager

Business Development Advisor

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Quick bio:

+10 years experience in management, sales & marketing in Poland & Denmark, including CEO/country manager and management board positions for Danish companies in Poland and business development positions for Danish companies in Denmark.

MA in Scandinavian Studies, post-grad in Management and Organisation, speaks fluent Danish & English + native Polish and communicates in Norwegian & Swedish. 

Professional Interests: Entrepreneurship, start-ups, business development, sales & marketing, content & account-based marketing, design thinking, project management: TOC, Lean, AgilePM, Prince2, R&D, manufacturing, digital transformation.

Personal Interests: Scandinavia, politics, photography, history, philosophy, sports/triathlon

The free consultation can be done in following languages:

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English

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Polish