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Starting a new business in Poland?

Want to establish a company in Poland? Prime location and perfect investment conditions are the best solution for your company set up in Poland. Incorporate limited liability company in Poland or Joint-stock company – Intertax will help you. In our offer you will find everything what is needed for company establishment in Poland.

How To Establish Business in Poland

The following legal forms of conducting business are available in Poland to investors originating from non-EU countries:

Limited Liability Company
– Joint-stock company

Additionally, foreign enterprises may conduct business activities in the form of a branch office or they may establish a representative office in Poland. Please contact us for further information you may need.

9 steps to setting up a business in Poland

Step 1  Notarize company agreement
Step 2  Register the company in the National Court Register   (Krajowy Rejestr Sądowy)
Step 3  Apply for a REGON identification number
Step 4  Open a bank account
Step 5  Obtain Tax Identification Number (NIP)
Step 6  Register for VAT
Step 7  Register with the Social Insurance Institution (Zakład   Ubezpieczeń Społecznych)
Step 8  Register with the National Labour Inspectorate   (Państwowa Inspekcja Pracy)
Step 9  Register with the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (Państwowa   Inspekcja Sanitarna)