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What do you need to know
expanding your business to Poland?
General
information
Qualified
employees
Work culture
Internet
u...
In the heart of Europe
Poland was the only country in the European Union to
experience positive economic growth in 2010. N...
General information
Qualified employees
Source: polon.nauka.gov.pl
Work culture
Internet users in Poland
58% of Poles use the Internet
every day or few times a week.
ey spend on the Internet
about 5 hou...
Internet users in Poland
Source: gemius.pl
E-commerce in Poland
Polish e-commerce market
value amounted to 6.2 bn EUR.
Polish internet users love
o n l i n e s h o p...
E-commerce in Poland
Source: gemius.pl
Payment methods
Source: gemius.pl
Legal forms of entities
• commercial law partnerships;
• limited joint-stock partnership;
• limited liability company;
• b...
Permits and licenses
• wholesale trade and
production of alcoholic
beverages;
• conducting economic
activities in special
...
Taxation
e structure of the taxation system in Poland is similar to the
majority of European countries.
e main taxes are:
...
Private equity investments
Poland is one of the few countries in the world where every
year since 1992 real GDP growth has...
Stock exchange
Warsaw Stock Exchange is a joint stock company founded by
the State Treasury that holds 35% share in capita...
New Connect
NewConnect is alternative to WSE.
• It is aimed at investors who are looking for a potentially
higher than usu...
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How to start a business in Poland?

There are about 50 thousand companies in Poland funded through FDI, which amounts to only 1% of all businesses operating in our market. The number keeps growing because Poland is an attractive marketplace - our economy is considered to be one of the fastest growing economies in the Europe. Have you thought about starting a business in Poland? Not yet? Check how easy it is!

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How to start a business in Poland?

  1. 1. What do you need to know expanding your business to Poland? General information Qualified employees Work culture Internet users E-commerce Payment methods Legal issues Taxation Investments
  2. 2. In the heart of Europe Poland was the only country in the European Union to experience positive economic growth in 2010. Now Poland is Europe’s sixth-biggest economy and enjoys a reputation as one of the quickest growing countries in Central Europe. ings really don't show any signs of slowing.
  3. 3. General information
  4. 4. Qualified employees Source: polon.nauka.gov.pl
  5. 5. Work culture
  6. 6. Internet users in Poland 58% of Poles use the Internet every day or few times a week. ey spend on the Internet about 5 hours daily. In this time they send e-mails, use online b a n k i n g , r e a d n e w s a n d communicate with friends. Source: gemius.pl
  7. 7. Internet users in Poland Source: gemius.pl
  8. 8. E-commerce in Poland Polish e-commerce market value amounted to 6.2 bn EUR. Polish internet users love o n l i n e s h o p p i n g - e a c h consumer spends about 550 EUR a year on average. Source: gemius.pl
  9. 9. E-commerce in Poland Source: gemius.pl
  10. 10. Payment methods Source: gemius.pl
  11. 11. Legal forms of entities • commercial law partnerships; • limited joint-stock partnership; • limited liability company; • branch of a foreign company; • professional partnership. • sole proprietorship; • joint-stock company; • civil law partnership; • limited partnership; • registered partnership; • representative office;
  12. 12. Permits and licenses • wholesale trade and production of alcoholic beverages; • conducting economic activities in special economic zones; • establishment of an investment fund or a pension fund; • private investigation services; • operation of a customs agency; • operation of a bank, an insurance company or brokerage agency; • operation of casinos, organisation of lotteries and gaming; • railway and road transport; • tourism agency activities.
  13. 13. Taxation e structure of the taxation system in Poland is similar to the majority of European countries. e main taxes are: • real estate tax; • road vechicle tax; • inheritance and donation tax; • agricultural and forestry tax; • gambling tax. • corporate income tax (CIT); • personal income tax (PIT); • Value Added Tax (VAT); • excise duty; • stamp duty / tax on civil law transactions;
  14. 14. Private equity investments Poland is one of the few countries in the world where every year since 1992 real GDP growth has been reported. It took 28th place in a comparison from 2013, which covered 118 countries, ahead of all the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. • PE investment value in relation to GDP in Poland amounted to 0,13%. • Polish participation in all PE investments in the CEE countries amounted to 46%. Source: Raport KPMG “Rynek Private Equity w Polsce”
  15. 15. Stock exchange Warsaw Stock Exchange is a joint stock company founded by the State Treasury that holds 35% share in capital. It has a capitalization of 310 bn EUR. Currently more than 450 companies are listed on the WSE. Source: gpw.pl
  16. 16. New Connect NewConnect is alternative to WSE. • It is aimed at investors who are looking for a potentially higher than usual return on investment but with respectively larger risk. • Companies listed on NewConnect represent innovative sectors relying on intangible assets e.g. informational technology, electronic media, biotechnology or alternative energy. Source: gpw.pl
  17. 17. Contact us: contact@banfigroup.pl Complicated? Let BanFi Group deal with all these issues!
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