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bunty 1 | 7    
16 Oct 2017  #1
I am staying in Bangalore, India and looking for a partner who can start a business venture with me in poland (mainly in warsaw or katowice).

Still, I am going through some couple of business idea mentioned in the few posts related to business in Poland. Bu,t I am also open for any valuable suggestion / advice about a good business with small investment and marginal profit with a scope of extending in future.
Harry84 1 | 83    
16 Oct 2017  #2
marginal

What kind of your business plan to setup in poland ?

do you have any statistics report about your business in warsaw poland ?

Regards,
Harry84
OP bunty 1 | 7    
17 Oct 2017  #3
@Harry84

As of now there are few businesses which I am thinking i.e. TEA Point (different types of Tea), Fitness Center, SPA & Yoga Center (Yoga teacher we can call from India), South Indian Restaurant, OR Hair Salon (Again the expertise can be called from India if needed.)

Actually, it would be great, if I can get a partner who is based in Poland Or, people are having similar interest to set up a business in warsaw.

Don't know if these business are worth taking a risk to going Warsaw from India. Any valuable inputs are really welcome.

Regards
Bunty
mehul - | 2    
21 Oct 2017  #4
Hi Bunty,

Can we please discuss about this ?

Have you been to Poland here or are going to come here soon ?

Thanks
OP bunty 1 | 7    
22 Oct 2017  #5
please

I have sent you personal mail we can discuss on phone or mail.

Regards
Bunty
Harry84 1 | 83    
25 Oct 2017  #6
@bunty

Hi Bunty,

Yes, your business area are good specially TEA point and/or hair salon, rest of them are already have setup in poland.
Tea point is not exist at all anywhere in poland - it will be same plan can be implement as Uppma Virdi has done in Australia.

also there are many hair salon in poland but those are costly and not cover the economy people - so even this is best one.

Let me know if you wanted to discuss further on this.

Regards,
Harry84
OP bunty 1 | 7    
30 Oct 2017  #7
@Harry84

We can discuss in PM. I have sent you mail with some details let me know your view.

Regards
Bunty
yingzhi - | 1    
5 Dec 2017  #8
Merged:

Looking for a partner to work with me.



Hello,
I am looking for an Polish partner to work with me.
If you help me, We can build a small business.
If you are interesting with my suggestion, let's discuss more details on skype.
Thanks
Ishallsurvive    
6 Dec 2017  #9
Hey I can help you!!! email me I have the best natural remedies company start up possibly in the world (The_healer_inc@yahoo)
jamizzy - | 1    
15 Mar 2018  #10
@bunty

Are you still looking to start a restaurant in Poland ? get in touch with me if you are interested. I am also from Bangalore

@yingzhi

Get in touch with me to discuss your options
OP bunty 1 | 7    
15 Mar 2018  #11
Please share your number. So that we can discuss the things in more details.
Barabbas - | 2    
5 Jun 2018  #12
Hello. Are you still looking for a business partner?
Bill634 - | 3    
28 Jun 2018  #13
Hi All , I am interested to start a small business in Łódź , Poland . I am in need of a partner who would like to join and start a business . I am interested to open hair saloon , rent a car or a consultation firm .

I will be soon in Poland . Send me an email
bilalansari@hotmail.co.uk
deevir - | 3    
29 Jun 2018  #14
Hi ,

I am a US citizen of Indian Origin now based in Dubai. I am relocating
to Poland to set up a consulting company. I have more than 25 years
experience in Hopitality, Retail, Real Estate, Fast Food etc primarily
in USA.

I am looking to join hands with an enterpreneur to start a new
venture, may be a restaurant etc in Poland.

Interested persons can kindly contact me at deevir63@gmail

With warm regards
Camaro - | 1    
9 Jul 2018  #15
Merged:

Looking for business partner in Poland



Hi - I operate a recovery company in the UK (Hertfordshire) and I am currently supplying either mechanical or body damaged cars to Poland via a Polish truck operator. He can only take a small number of cars as for him they are really a method of getting back loads to Poland to cover the diesel costs, therefore I'm looking for a Polish partner who can take larger volumes of vehicles on a regular basis for repair and resale or for breaking. I want to keep my Polish truck operator employed to transport the vehicles, we can put more trucks on if the volume increases

Regards
Clive Wells
MB Holding Ltd    
24 Jul 2018  #16
Hi.
MB Holding Ltd is based in Riga, Latvia.
Our main business is bolted steel storage tank produce and supply. Tanks are mainly used for potable water, fire fighting water, rainwater, raw water, wastewater etc. storage.

After marketing analysis in Poland, there is great potential for our product.
Our company are looking for person who want to create business or existing company who will provide our product for polish clients.

Requirements for our new business partner/friend:
-you must speak fluent polish (for comunication with clients) and good english (for comunication with us)
-you must be able to go to meet and work client
- you have to be willing to participate in procurement procedure.

If you are interested, please let us know. Send application, portfolio on klavs@mbholding.lv and lets discuss future collaboration.
martin36 - | 1    
16 Sep 2018  #17
@yingzhi
hey , still looking for business partner ?
Gumis    
21 Sep 2018  #18
Hi, Im Polish living in UK but i got nice property for small or medium business.
Unit over 1000sq m on land over 5000sqm located in south west Poland close to Czech boreder.

erafal2@o2.pl
deevir - | 3    
29 Sep 2018  #19
Hi ,

I am in Warsaw, Centrum area. Already running a Advisory Company that specializes in Business Migration and Investment consulting. I have more than 25 years experience in Hospitality, Retail, Real Estate, Fast Food etc primarily in USA.

I am looking to invest into a similar venture or any other profitable proposition. I am willing to come in as a partner too.

Interested persons can kindly contact me at deevir63@gmail

With warm regards
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
29 Sep 2018  #20
Tell us more. How much are you willing to invest?
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,867    
30 Sep 2018  #21
I talked with this guy a few times in the past. We had a lot of good ideas for a professional services company catering to immigrants but time tables for starting didn't really match up. It looks like he's already started something up that we discussed a few months back.

@deevir
Good luck deevir you have my email if you need anything from a marketing, leads, recruitment, etc standpoint. I'll be in Poland probably around December if you want to meet up in person.
lul bul - | 12    
9 Oct 2018  #22
I talked with this guy a few times in the past. We had a lot of good ideas for a professional services company catering to immigrants

Me too,the idea of catering immigrants in Poland is over.The platform he wanted,the ship has sailed.It was good idea to make money in last 3/4 years but now with new laws its all over.GAME OVER.
Sparks11 - | 338    
9 Oct 2018  #23
Not really, The universities have the approval of the min. of ed. to recruit heavily from abroad. It's a priority to make polish unis more competitive on the world stage. Look around wawa and other cities and you will see that while no one is yelling about it, more and more people are coming esp. from India, bangladesh etc.
lul bul - | 12    
9 Oct 2018  #24
Yes,those people are mostly immigrants in the pretext of students,and with the new law for permanent residency( with B1Polish) is harder not to forget visa dates from the embassy is way past there deadlines.A local friend of mine has wrapped up his business here in Warsaw.
Gumis    
9 Oct 2018  #25
Hi, Im Polish living in UK but i got nice property for small or medium business.
Unit over 1000sq m on land over 5000sqm located in south west Poland close to Czech boreder.

erafal2@o2.pl
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,867    
11 Oct 2018  #26
Me too,the idea of catering immigrants in Poland is over.

Eh not totally... I think there's still a lot of opportunity with the indian dudes and ukranians coming over especially with recruiting. idk how the fees are in Poland but in the US recruiters typically get anywhere from 10% to 50% of the employee's salary as a fee which many companies are more than willing to pay for perm hires and then with temps they have a contract to fill a certain number of positions.
DominicB - | 2,627    
11 Oct 2018  #27
Eh not totally... I think there's still a lot of opportunity with the indian dudes and ukranians coming over especially with recruiting.

Judging from the volume and content of posts to this forum and other forums over the past few years, it seems that job opportunities for people from India and other developing countries has just about dried up. Those jobs are now going to Ukrainians.

The universities have the approval of the min. of ed. to recruit heavily from abroad

Ditto interest in studying in Poland among people from developing countries. There was a time when this forum received posts by genuine students asking relevant questions, but it has been a while since I have seen a post by someone who is genuinely interested in pursuing meaningful studies. Practically all of the perspective "students" who post nowadays are obviously looking for a backdoor into the EU, and intend to abscond for greener pastures in the West once they land in Poland. The serious students seem to have caught on that a degree from an English-language program in Poland is not worth much on the job market.

These English-language programs were designed to bring in cash with no strings attached and little expected in the way of quality from the rather undiscriminating target market. If anything, they damaged the reputation of Polish universities in that it made them appear they were little more than "visa schools". They seem to have peaked a few years ago.

I expect the number of Indians and people from developing countries to stagnate or drop as it becomes harder to exploit Poland as a back door to the richer countries of the EU, especially the UK. Poland seems to be clamping down on this by making rather hard to get a slot for a visa interview at their consulates. Most of the posts we get from people from developing countries these day are for help in getting a slot.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,867    
11 Oct 2018  #28
it seems that job opportunities for people from India and other developing countries has just about dried up.

Yeah but Indians still dominate the IT sector in Poland, out of foreigners anyway...
DominicB - | 2,627    
11 Oct 2018  #29
I get the feeling that the Ukrainians outnumber them now, even in the IT sector, or at least they will displace them in the very near future. New hires of Indians seem to have gone done considerably. Since very few of these Indians plan to stay more than two years, their share of the workforce will also quickly decline.
MoOli 8 | 464    
12 Oct 2018  #30
Yeah but Indians still dominate the IT sector in Poland,

NO more Dirk,A friend of mine who was almost raking in over 100k euros a month has wrapped up his so called consultancy and moved to Malta,but plenty of others still exists.Check there videos on youtube about visa to Poland.



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