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Company Formation in Krakow

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Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and also the second largest city in the country. Many multinational companies have opened offices in Krakow and the city is an important economic hub in the Polish Maloposka region.

 
One of the most successful business sectors in Krakow is the hi-tech and IT&C sector and important business parks transformed the city into a modern location for investment projects. 
 
Establish a business in Krakow
 
The Polish limited liability company (Sp. Z.O.O.) is the most popular type of company in Poland. A minimum share capital is required for this type of Polish legal entity and the shares of the company must have a minimum value. 
 

Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and also the second largest city in the country. Many multinational companies have opened offices in Krakow and the city is an important economic hub in the Polish Maloposka region.

 
One of the most successful business sectors in Krakow is the hi-tech and IT&C sector and important business parks transformed the city into a modern location for investment projects. 
 
Establish a business in Krakow
 
The Polish limited liability company (Sp. Z.O.O.) is the most popular type of company in Poland. A minimum share capital is required for this type of Polish legal entity and the shares of the company must have a minimum value. 
 
Other types of Polish companies are the polish civil partnership – used mainly for small businesses in Poland, the registered partnership, the sole proprietorship, or the joint-stock company.
 
Our company formation experts in Krakow can help you throughout the entire company registration procedure and offer you continuous and specialized counselling.
 
Working in Krakow
 
Because Poland is a member of the European Union, residents from other member states and of the EEA countries may work without applying for a work permit in Poland. Other individuals must obtain an employment agreement and their employer must fill a request for a work permit for the new employee. 
 
Work permits in Poland have a maximum validity period of three years and are divided into five categories. Our company incorporation experts in Poland can help you conclude employment contracts in Krakow.
 
Investing in Krakow
 
Poland has a fast growing market, various development possibilities and a valuable workforce. These are just some of the qualities that make Poland an attractive option for business owners.
 
Foreign investors may choose to invest in real-estate or the Polish research and development sector.
Our company formation specialists in Poland can provide you all of the necessary information if you want to benefit from the special business incentives offered by the Polish Government to investors who choose to open businesses in the Polish Special Economic Zones.
 
If you want to open a company in Krakow and are interested in the business start-up costs in Poland, please contact our team of company formation consultants  for more personalized information.
 
 
Other types of Polish companies are the polish civil partnership – used mainly for small businesses in Poland, the registered partnership, the sole proprietorship, or the joint-stock company.
 
Our company formation experts in Krakow can help you throughout the entire company registration procedure and offer you continuous and specialized counselling.
 
Working in Krakow
 
Because Poland is a member of the European Union, residents from other member states and of the EEA countries may work without applying for a work permit in Poland. Other individuals must obtain an employment agreement and their employer must fill a request for a work permit for the new employee. 
 
Work permits in Poland have a maximum validity period of three years and are divided into five categories. Our company incorporation agents in Poland can help you conclude employment contracts in Krakow.
 
Investing in Krakow
 
Poland has a fast growing market, various development possibilities and a valuable workforce. These are just some of the qualities that make Poland an attractive option for business owners.
 
Foreign investors may choose to invest in real-estate or the Polish research and development sector.
Our company formation specialists in Poland can provide you all of the necessary information if you want to benefit from the special business incentives offered by the Polish Government to investors who choose to open businesses in the Polish Special Economic Zones.
 
If you want to open a company in Krakow and are interested in the business start-up costs in Poland, please contact our team of company formation experts for more personalized information.
 
 

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