Currently, due to the war in Ukraine, many business owners are choosing to move their operations to Poland. However, in order for this to make sense, it is necessary to prepare properly for this step. That is, analyze the local market, draw up a business plan and deal with all the formalities.

What does the relocation of companies to Poland look like?

For Ukrainian citizens, Poland has introduced many facilitations. They concern both the legalization of residence on the territory of our country, as well as the procedure for employing Ukrainian citizens. It has also become easier to establish a business in Poland.

Entrepreneurs from Ukraine have the option of opening a new company or just a branch here. The most popular form of operating a branch in Poland is a limited liability company. The procedure for establishment has also been greatly simplified. You can even set up a company online. In addition, the minimum share capital of a limited liability company is PLN 5,000. There are no restrictions on the nationality of shareholders.

What exactly do we help with?

We offer comprehensive support at every stage of relocation of companies to Poland.

We provide legal assistance in employment, selection and registration of the appropriate legal form. We conduct legalization consultations with clients from Ukraine or with their future employees. We also assist in legalization of employment in Poland. We support you at every stage of this procedure. We monitor deadlines for expiring permits and indications of continued employment. We will also support you in tax settlements. We will help you find the optimal form of taxation.

Other services that we provide to companies from Ukraine include:

  • Registration for tax purposes.
  • Opening a bank account.
  • Establishment of an electronic signature.
  • Registration with the Central Register of Beneficial Owners (CRBR).

If you wish to establish or continue your business in Poland, then contact Firma dla Każdego! We guarantee that we will quickly help you with your plans!