Polish ready-made companies are an easily accessible and quick way to start your business in Poland as soon as possible. For maximum facilitation of all formalities to the future owner of the company, Polish shelf companies can be available with Polish bank accounts already opened and active.
The European Commission has raised the forecast of this year’s GDP growth by 0.7 percentage point, estimates from May this year. – up to 4.2%. This is higher than the government of Beata Szydlo and deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki, who recently spoke about 4 percent.
A great chance to meet wonderful people, discuss the challenges as well as new business solutions, and incredible pride in being a part of this annual convention.
We are very glad to have that priceless privilege of participation in European Economic Forum which takes place in Lodz, on 16-17th of October 2017.
In 2016, 7.1 thousand new companies with foreign capital participation appeared in the National Court Register. It’s a record of all time.
The number of registration of polish companies in the National Court Register (KRS) proves that Poland is still an attractive market for foreign investors who see in our country the potential to make money.
Foreign direct investment in Poland over the past 25 years has been above EUR 167 billion, on average, more than 6 billion euro is transferred to the our country each year. These investments have contributed to the growth of consumer and investment demand, the emergence of modern technologies, the development of enterprises, the improvement of production processes and supply chains, the improvement of the productivity of companies and their employees, wage increases and the decline of unemployment and, consequently, GDP growth in Poland.
Producing lithium-ion batteries, BMZ Poland has launched a new factory in Gliwice on Monday. The cost of the investment is about 9 million euros. Amount of the workplaces in the company will increase by 50 people, to about 700 employees, and within two years will grow to more than 1000 people.
The Swedish clothing company H & M will build a logistics center in the Legnica Special Economic Zone. Thanks to the investment of over 280 million PLN over a thousand people will find work.