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Are foreigners allowed to open a company in Poland ?


graduationashi
11 Dec 2016  #1
Hello guys,
I am doing a graduation research and i discovered that the cheapest location for starting my business is Poland so i want to ask if its allowed for foreigners to open a startup business in Poland and what the rules and procedures to do that.

Also what are the costs of opening a 200-250 mtr store or warehouse in Poland.

Thank you
DominicB - | 2,672
11 Dec 2016  #2
@graduationashi

You're not going to learn very much if you don't do your own homework. The whole point of your homework project is to develop real research skills. Asking random people on the internet is not a valid or useful research method. Of you're stuck, ask your teacher for assistance. But make sure that you have made every effort to solve this problem on your own first.
Sparks11 - | 335
11 Dec 2016  #3
Short answer: Sole-trader company, only for EU nationals or Americans. Bigger companies, maybe, more complex though.
OP graduationashi
11 Dec 2016  #4
my problem is that i am looking for this information through internet and i cant get the information i need so i am asking on this website so i could get a clue and continue looking for the needed information. or if you could provide me with a website or a source of information that i can find my answers i would appreciate it.

Thank you
@DominicB
DominicB - | 2,672
11 Dec 2016  #5
my problem is that i am looking for this information through internet

Exactly. That is indeed your problem. You are looking in the wrong place. Try the library.
OP graduationashi
11 Dec 2016  #6
do you think that in Jordan's libraries we have books and information about the polish regulations and cost of opening a new business.
I already looked that's why i am asking here so i could get some hints that i can use for looking more for information !
cms 9 | 1,272
11 Dec 2016  #7
honestly Dom why bother giving such unfriendly and unhelpful advice ? What library anywhere, even in Poland, would have such info, on a Sunday afternoon ?

To answer a few of your questions

Rent of a shop starts about 30 zloty per sqm per month for modern space but a realistic price is around 45 per sqm and much more in Warsaw

Running costs for a shop that size would be about 2000 zloty a month

The cost of an employee is about 25 zloty per hour including all taxes, bonuses, building them a toilet, locker etc.

Rent of a warehouse would be 10-20 zloty per sqm per month, but if you look hard enough you could probably get some really ugly place for cheaper as you only need some small place. running cost and taxes would be about 3 zloty per sqm.
DominicB - | 2,672
11 Dec 2016  #8
What library anywhere, even in Poland, would have such info, on a Sunday afternoon ?

Any university library will have that and a million times more useful information than is available on the internet, which you would know if you knew how to use a university library.

The whole point of his exercise is to learn how to explore and exploit all the myriad resources a university library provides. His teacher doesn't give a flying fukc about the actual information he finds. He cares about how and where he found it in order to check whether thee student is capable of doing real academic research. "Internet sources" are the bottom of the barrel.

Good job spoiling this kid's learning experience and wasting his parents hard-earned money. He'll know who to thank when he's stocking shelves on the night shift at Biedronka, barely surviving on pickings from the dumpster out back on his three-minute lunch break.
cms 9 | 1,272
11 Dec 2016  #9
Good grief

sorry Ashi - I did not mean to condemn you to a life of dumpster diving.
Paulina 9 | 1,448
11 Dec 2016  #10
my problem is that i am looking for this information through internet and i cant get the information i need

Interesting, do you have some kind of a different type of the internet in Jordan? No Google or what? o_O
All I did was typing "can a foreigner open a company in Poland" into Google search box, hitting "Enter" and here's what came up (both in Google Poland and Google Jordan):

migrant.info.pl/conducting-business-activity-in-poland-by-foreigners.html

web.gov.pl/eng/ecosystem/675_4444_a-foreigner-s-guide-to-starting-a-business-in-poland.html

justlanded/english/Poland/Poland-Guide/Busine ss/Starting-a-business-in-Poland

lawyerspoland.eu/open-a-company-in-poland

foreignersinpoland/start-business-poland

doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/poland/starting-a-business

companyregistrationsworldwide. com/jurisdictions/poland

(Mods, sorry for multiple links, I don't know whether the info is being repeated in those articles or not - I have no time for relieving a troll, who pretends that doesn't know how to use Google, of reading stuff - Christmas is in just two weeks, so, forgive me, please, too much more important and pleasant stuff to do in real life :))

The whole point of his exercise is to learn how to explore and exploit all the myriad resources a university library provides.

What if his university library has poor resources and not up to date?

He'll know who to thank when he's stocking shelves on the night shift at Biedronka, barely surviving on pickings from the dumpster out back on his three-minute lunch break.

If he's too lazy to google stuff then stocking shelves on the night shift at Biedronka may be too much of an effort for him, I'm afraid...

Or he's simply a troll - in which case we're both wasting our lives typing this :)

sorry Ashi - I did not mean to condemn you to a life of dumpster diving.

lol
OP graduationashi
11 Dec 2016  #11
hahahaha you are taking it more seriously than it is. i dare you to go to your library and find a book that talks about the cost of stores and lands in my country Jordan and provide me with the rules and regulations about it from a book in a polish library.
Harry84 1 | 81
11 Dec 2016  #12
Hi Ashi,

If you planning to start business in poland then suggest you to send me your contact number, will give you more details about start company - as i am in process to open the company in warsaw.

BR,
Harry84
graduationashi - | 1
12 Dec 2016  #13
#13 @Harry83
Hello Harry,
My phone number is 00962795885854 and my email is abdallah.ashi94@gmail
Thank you


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