Starting a new business on the Polish market is a great idea for worldwide business owners who are looking to gain new experiences, learn a new culture and gain valuable profits.
Poland is a great place to start a new business, it has a relatively stable economy and has been consistently growing. Furthermore, when we take a look at a map, Poland is located centrally in Europe, allowing for both Western and Eastern business partners. Poland has invested in infrastructure over the last few years creating better motorways, railways, bridges etc. which, allows for easy importing and exporting of goods. Poland is also close to the sea and sea ports, which is another major access route for goods. Not to mention that every major city in Poland has at least one national and international airport. Another valuable factor for those business owners considering investing in Poland is educated employees – our education system provides the highest standard schooling and we have some of the most qualified specialists in the world.
If all of that does not convince you on investing in Poland this next point should! Poland is the 6th largest country in Europe in terms of population. Over 38 million people live in Poland which means a large market for selling goods and services for any new business coming from another country.
Starting a new business venture can be stressful, especially on an unknown market, however here at Lumi technologies we are there to help you every step of the way. We provide our clients with full advertising and marketing services. Our company can provide advice on what products and services sell best in any given area and most importantly, how to stand out from your competition. Additionally, our business consultants can help you avoid any major pitfalls and gain many fantastic opportunities. One fantastic benefit of opening a new company in Poland is the first few years of business offers lower taxes, giving business owners a much needed break in order to get their company going. Another, great option for European Union members looking to set up a business in Poland is the EU offers funding and grants, a lot of which you do not have to give back providing that you stick to their guidelines.
When trying to open a business in a new market, the truth is any service or product is worth giving a go, as long as research shows that their is a demographic for it. The market is diverse and their is demand for many different things. A unique idea can be the biggest hit just like a safe choice can also be a market winner. Here are some business ideas, if you are looking to enter the Polish market:
Our office is based in Nysa, however, we offer our services all across Poland and all over the world.