Company Formation in Poland Includes Expenses 1 Director / 1 Shareholder
In 2019, Poland recorded a staggering 4.1% growth rate in real GDP, placing it high in the ranks of fastest-growing countries in the world. Poland became a member of the EU in 2004, and immense foreign-investment continues to find its way into the country, fueled by multiple attractive incentives. Companies with gross sales of less than €2 million can pay as little as 9% corporate taxes, under certain conditions.
Power Of Attorney
We will prepare the necessary power of attorney to attend the notarial deed for the company incorporation (for remote formation of the company without a visit to the notary).
Bank Arrangement Poland
We will arrange a bank account for your business through our networks ensuring they have the necessary documentation to help you start making and receiving payments.
Annual General Meeting / End Of Company Financial Year Required
Virtual Office in Warsaw 12 Months
Portray your company's presence using our virtual address service.
Poland Company One-Stop-Shop
We provide everything you need to form a company in Poland so that you can start operating your new business as fast as possible.
We will have your Poland-based company ready for you in as little as 42 days.
Best Customer Support
Our team of company formation experts will advise you on anything and everything you need to properly incorporate your Polish company.
Our all-inclusive Polish company formation package provides you with all you need to incorporate and run a company in Poland. You can also supplement this package with one of our numerous add-ons.
- Company formation Poland
- Includes expenses
- One director / one shareholder
Poland offers excellent access to new markets. Polish people are loyal to brands and consider multiple factors when purchasing new products, including quality and price. After-service support plays a large role in purchasing decisions. The country offers multiple incentives to foreign investors, with grants as high as 50% for companies forming up in Special Economic Zones.
Power of Attorney
We offer a Power of Attorney add-on, so you don’t need to be physically present to take care of legal affairs.
We will arrange a local bank account to be able to incorporate your business in Poland.
Registered Address in Warsaw
We will give you a physical registered address in Warsaw, Poland.
Virtual Office in Warsaw
You can do business remotely while we take care of day-to-day affairs such as telephone and mail using your Virtual Office in Warsaw.
How it Works
Check the product out in your shopping cart
Simply add the product you need to your shopping cart and then check it out to start your Polish company formation process.
Answer some questions
We will send you some simple questions for you to fill in so that we can properly set up your new company in Poland.
Sit back and relax
Let us do the work to set up your Polish company. This will include a really quick and easy identity check where you’ll need your ID or passport to hand.
Reap the benefits!
Once your company has been formed, you can officially start doing business in Poland!
See What Our Customers Say
Simple to set up
“Setting up my business in Poland was really simple, thanks to Start My Business’s company formation service. ”
“Start My Business took care of starting my business in Poland quickly and easily without any delays. ”
Virtual office is such a timesaver
“The Virtual office in Warsaw saved me a ton of time. Thanks so much to the Start My Business team for setting this up.”
Here are some common questions about company formations in Poland.
What types of companies can be formed in Poland?
The three main incorporated entities are:
- Limited Liability Company (sp. z o.o)
- Joint Stock Company (S.A.)
- Partnership (SP.K)
How much initial share capital is required to start a limited liability company in Poland (sp. z o.o)?
PLN 5000, or about €1,100.
What is the minimum number of directors required in a Polish Limited Liability Company (sp. z o.o)?
Only one director is required to incorporate a limited liability company in Poland (sp. z o.o).
What incentives exist in Poland for starting a business?
Incentives and tax credits are available for R&D, Special Economic Zones and Intellectual Property rights.
Is it easy to get a business bank account in Poland?
It can get a little complicated unless you work with a team that can get you through the bureaucracy. We will arrange an account for you with as little wasted time as possible.