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Register your company in Poland

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Expanding your business to Poland is a strategic move that offers access to a dynamic and growing market in the heart of Europe. Whether you’re an international company looking to establish a presence or an entrepreneur aiming for international expansion, the process of registering your company in Poland is a critical step.

In this comprehensive guide, Parakar, your trusted partner in international business expansion, will walk you through the essential steps, ensuring compliance, reducing risks, and averting potential legal problems.

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Navigating Poland’s business landscape with Parakar’s expertise

Poland, with its vibrant economy and strategic location, is a compelling destination for businesses seeking growth and new opportunities. Navigating the intricacies of Polish company registration requires a deep understanding of both local and international regulations.

With our expertise in local and international regulations, we stand ready to guide international companies through the intricacies of the registration process. Our commitment lies in helping businesses maintain compliance, reduce risks, and avoid potential legal pitfalls as they embark on their journey into the Polish market.

10 steps to register a company in Poland


Step 1: Research and planning

The foundation of a successful entry into the Polish market lies in thorough research and meticulous planning. Understand the local business environment, market dynamics, and legal requirements.

With comprehensive knowledge of both local nuances and international standards, your research will be supported to ensure a strategic approach to your business expansion.


Step 2: Choose a business structure

Poland offers various business structures, including sole proprietorship, partnership, and limited liability company (Sp. z o.o.). Each structure comes with its own set of advantages and implications.

Choose the most suitable structure for your business, considering factors such as liability, tax implications, and management requirements.


Step 3: Verify your business name

Selecting a unique and meaningful business name is crucial. Verify the availability of your chosen name with the National Court Register (KRS) to avoid conflicts with existing businesses.

Ensure that the selected name aligns with local regulations and is distinctive, reducing the risk of legal disputes in the future.


Step 4: Draft Articles of Association

For companies opting for a Sp. z o.o. structure, drafting Articles of Association is a mandatory step. These articles outline the company’s internal regulations and governance structure.

We can assist in creating Articles of Association that comply with local regulations while serving the specific needs of your business.


Step 5: Register with the National Court Register (KRS)

The formal registration process involves submitting necessary documentation to the National Court Register (KRS). Ensure that all required documents, including the Articles of Association and identification documents, are accurately prepared and submitted for swift and efficient registration.


Step 6: Obtain a Polish tax identification number (NIP and REGON)

Every company in Poland needs a Tax Identification Number. Parakar guides businesses in obtaining both the Tax Identification Number (NIP) and the Statistical Number (REGON), ensuring compliance with Polish tax regulations. This step is crucial for conducting business transactions and fulfilling tax obligations.


Step 7: Open a business bank account

Setting up a business bank account is essential for financial transactions. Parakar’s expertise extends to assisting companies in navigating the Polish banking system, ensuring all necessary documentation is in order for a seamless account opening process.


Step 8: Employment contracts and compliance

If your business involves hiring employees in Poland, ensure compliance with Polish employment regulations. Make sure that the employment contracts adhere to labour laws and the Polish social security system.


Step 9: Stay informed and compliant

Polish regulations and business practices may evolve. Stay informed on any changes in local laws that may impact your business. Regular compliance checks and updates ensure that your company remains on solid legal ground.


Step 10: Leverage Parakar’s ongoing support

Beyond the registration process, Parakar offers ongoing support to international companies operating in Poland. Our expertise in local and international regulations positions us as a reliable partner for maintaining compliance, reducing risks, and navigating potential legal challenges.

Seamless entry, sustainable success

Registering your company in Poland is not just a legal requirement but a strategic move toward sustainable success. With Parakar’s expertise in local and international regulations, businesses can navigate the complexities of Polish business registration with confidence.

Compliance, risk reduction, and proactive legal guidance are at the core of Parakar’s services, ensuring that your business thrives in the dynamic Polish business environment.

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