Doing business in Poland

Whether your plans simply involve setting up a small office in Poland or a larger entity to perform production activity, you will require professional support

Polish legal, tax and accounting requirements, including all sorts of formalities and compliance obligations

Before you start operating in Poland, we will help you:

  1. identify the most beneficial legal form of business presence in Poland, both from business and tax perspective;
  2. set up a fully operational Polish entity;
  3. if you operate within regulated business - we will assist you in obtaining all necessary permits;
  4. open a bank account;
  5. structure shareholding and financing, including financing of acquisitions, in the most tax efficient way;
  6. apply for any applicable grants and incentives (public aid);
  7. understand and address Polish tax implications (income taxes, Vat, customs, etc.);
  8. handle initial payroll obligations,
  9. obtain work and stay permits for your staff (if required).


Scope of our support. Once your Polish entity becomes operational, we can help you handle its day-to-day operations:


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Adam Pawlicki

Adam Pawlicki

Partner, PwC Poland

Tel: +48 502 184 080

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