Business registration in Poland
We will help you to legalize your business in Poland. Our staff will provide you with advice and support on the registration of the company in Poland, from the moment of preparation of documents, then filing and until receipt.
Why Poland is the best place start up business in Europe?
The highest cost of connected starting or setting up any business is labor. In Poland you have people with PhDs and Masters who will work hard, with creative minds for 3 Euros an hour. Will anybody do that in Canada or Denmark or France? Poland's tax rate is 19% on business, with tax breaks for new and foreign businesses, while Britain, France, Germany its 40%. What about Scandinavia? even higher taxes and higher labor costs. Maybe five times the rate of Poland, and these western countries have a worker shortage, while Poland and Eastern Europe has a worker surplus but a capital shortage
Europe's Leading Business Cities;
Cushman & Wakefield, a privately held commercial real estate services firm, publishes the European Cities Monitor, an annual survey of Europe's major business centers, based on data and assessments from 500 leading European companies. The survey focuses on the main topics of best for business and the best city in which to locate a business today, but the survey also includes a number of other criteria such as quality of life, telecommunications, access to markets, availability and quality of staff, cost of office space and transportation.
London has maintained its first position ever since the beginning of the survey in 1990. Here are the top ten leading business cities cited:
1-London 2-Paris 3-Frankfurt 4-Barcelona 5-Brussels
6-Madrid 7-Munich 8-Amsterdam 9-Berlin 10-Milan
It is notable that Prague and Warsaw have consistently climbed the ranking since joining the EU and in the last survey they reached 21st and 23rd places respectively. According to Cushman & Wakefield, Warsaw can expect the biggest influx of companies in the next five years, replacing Moscow in popularity. But it is not only the overall ranking that is important, but also the individual categories that are part of it. Warsaw ranks high among European capitals in terms of cost of qualified staff, low cost and availability of office space, and a positive business climate created by the government. London, on the other hand, although still ranked as Europe's number one business city by the European Cities Monitor, ranks low on the cost of staff, the cost of office space and levels of pollution.