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Poland

Open a company in Poland

Why open a company in Poland?

The Polish market is the largest in Central Europe – larger, in fact, than the other nine new EU members put together – and labor costs are low. Foreign investment is pouring into the country, fuelling sustained economic growth of more than 5% a year.

What are the main types of company?

  • Spolka Z Ograniczona Odpowiedzialnoscia (Sp. z o.o): limited liability company
  • Spółka Akcyjna (S.A.): joint stock company

What are the main features of a sp. z o.o limited liability company?

  • The most popular format for small and medium sized companies
  • Minimum share capital is 5.000 zlotys (€ 1.234), to be fully paid up
  • Minimum number of directors is one
  • No restrictions on foreign shareholders
  • Annual accounts to be prepared and held at company offices

What are the main features of an S.A. joint stock company?

  • Popular format for larger companies that wish to raise public capital
  • The minimum share capital of 100.000 złotys (app. EUR 12.3400). On set up a minimum of 25.000 zł is required to be paid in to the company bank account.  The remaining 75.000 zł is to be paid in during the timeframe as set out in the founding notary deed.
  • Two-tier system comprising management and supervisory boards
  • 8% of annual profits to reserve fund (maximum 30% of share capital)
  • Annual accounts and independent audit required

Polish Company Formation

How easy is it to recruit staff in Poland?

Despite strong economic growth over the past few years, unemployment remains a serious problem in Poland with the jobless rate just short of 20%. While some of the country’s brightest young brains have been tempted to move west, taking advantage of EU membership, Poland has a large and well-educated workforce.

What is the Polish regulatory environment like?

The stifling bureaucracy of the Communist era is long gone and Poland now has one of the most liberal economic regimes in Central Europe. Corporate income tax is 19% and capital and profits can be freely repatriated. However, legal and accounting regulations are complex and local expert assistance is advised.

What is the corporate tax rate in Poland?

The corporate tax rate is 19% on profits.

Company Incorporation in Poland

Are there financial incentives available?

Poland offers a broad range of financial incentives for foreign investors considering Polish company registration, including the following: grants of up to 25% for companies setting up in Poland enhanced grants totaling 50% in Special Economic Zones further incentives available through EU-funded schemes.

How much does it cost to open a company in Poland?

The value is € 6,950 and the services included in this amount are: business start-up in Poland, bank account opening and VAT registration.

Registered address for 12 months in Poonia: cost of € 3,800.

How can I obtain more information about opening a company in Poland?

Please contact us if you have questions and/or want to receive more information on opening a company in Poland.

Support

The benefits of having your own company are virtually unlimited. Opening and managing a company with Europa Expert’s orientation is even simpler and easier. We provide all the needed support to open and manage your company in Poland.

Services we provide
Consulting for new companies (company’s name, website, etc.)
Initial registration
Corporate documents
Bank account in Polish bank
Business Address and Mailbox in Poland
Fiscal registration (VAT)
Accountancy (according to Polish Law)
Annual tax declaration
Virtual Office in Poland

Poland

Open a company in Poland

Why open a company in Poland?

The Polish market is the largest in Central Europe – larger, in fact, than the other nine new EU members put together – and labor costs are low. Foreign investment is pouring into the country, fuelling sustained economic growth of more than 5% a year.

What are the main types of company?

  • Spolka Z Ograniczona Odpowiedzialnoscia (Sp. z o.o): limited liability company
  • Spółka Akcyjna (S.A.): joint stock company

What are the main features of a sp. z o.o limited liability company?

  • The most popular format for small and medium sized companies
  • Minimum share capital is 5.000 zlotys (€ 1.234), to be fully paid up
  • Minimum number of directors is one
  • No restrictions on foreign shareholders
  • Annual accounts to be prepared and held at company offices
  • Visit the Country to obtain a company license
  • Obligatory presentation of Straight Planning of the company to be constitued not parents

What are the main features of an S.A. joint stock company?

  • Popular format for larger companies that wish to raise public capital
  • The minimum share capital of 100.000 złotys (app. EUR 12.3400). On set up a minimum of 25.000 zł is required to be paid in to the company bank account.  The remaining 75.000 zł is to be paid in during the timeframe as set out in the founding notary deed.
  • Two-tier system comprising management and supervisory boards
  • 8% of annual profits to reserve fund (maximum 30% of share capital)
  • Annual accounts and independent audit required

Polish Company Formation

How easy is it to recruit staff in Poland?

Despite strong economic growth over the past few years, unemployment remains a serious problem in Poland with the jobless rate just short of 20%. While some of the country’s brightest young brains have been tempted to move west, taking advantage of EU membership, Poland has a large and well-educated workforce.

What is the Polish regulatory environment like?

The stifling bureaucracy of the Communist era is long gone and Poland now has one of the most liberal economic regimes in Central Europe. Corporate income tax is 19% and capital and profits can be freely repatriated. However, legal and accounting regulations are complex and local expert assistance is advised.

What is the corporate tax rate in Poland?

The corporate tax rate is 19% on profits.

Company Incorporation in Poland

Are there financial incentives available?

Poland offers a broad range of financial incentives for foreign investors considering Polish company registration, including the following: grants of up to 25% for companies setting up in Poland enhanced grants totaling 50% in Special Economic Zones further incentives available through EU-funded schemes.

How much does it cost to open a company in Poland?

The value is € 6,950 and the services included in this amount are: business start-up in Poland, bank account opening and VAT registration.

Registered address for 12 months in Poonia: cost of € 3,800.

How can I obtain more information about opening a company in Poland?

Please contact us if you have questions and/or want to receive more information on opening a company in Poland.

Support

The benefits of having your own company are virtually unlimited. Opening and managing a company with Europa Expert’s orientation is even simpler and easier. We provide all the needed support to open and manage your company in Poland

Services we provide
Consulting for new companies (company’s name, website, etc.)
Initial registration
Corporate documents
Bank account in Polish bank
Business Address and Mailbox in Poland
Fiscal registration (VAT)
Accountancy (according to Polish Law)
Annual tax declaration
Virtual Office in Poland

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IN EUROPE: +44 020 8144-5686    

 IN THE USA: + 1 305 824-9100

 FAX: 305 675-8584
 409 NW 10th Terrace
 Hallandale Beach, FL 33009 

 IN BRAZIL: +55 11 4063-6052 

 FAX: 11 3957-1612

 Rua Maestro Cardim, 354 – Cjs 91 e 92 

 Bela Vista – São Paulo/SP

 01323-000 – Brazil 

 IN EUROPE: +44 020 8144-5686 

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