Starting a New Business vs. Buying One
Both options come with their own set of distinct requirements, pros, and cons. However, even though we can advise you of the benefits and complications attached to both, you and only you can decide which path to follow at the end of the day. Once that is out of the way, you are one step closer to fulfilling your dreams. So, let’s go over the specifics in both situations, as detailed below:
Establish a tailor-made venture
No matter the type of business you engage in, if you are looking to start a new undertaking in Poland and get it off the ground, we can indeed help you in this regard. In addition to singling out your requirements, our lawyers will also track down the legal impediments affecting your launch in Poland. Benefits of going for a new firm encompass services such as settling on a spot-on business structure that is most advantageous, organization creation, and unfolding capitalization. Be it regarding preparing the Articles of Association, company registration through the National Court Register, or notifying the CRBR, we will help you complete them. Interestingly, you do not even have to be present on-site in Poland while the registration process occurs. In a similar vein, legal specialists can assist in attaining the EU certification to put your new company on the map and help you with opening up a bank account.
Buy a ready-made company
If you are one of those people who want to own a company but do not want to go the extra mile and start at square one or go through the hassle of dealing with the administrative workload, your best bet would be to take over an already existing operation. You neither have to reinvent the wheel nor be bothered about the mundane and tedious task of getting the company registered. We will literally place a fully registered company in the palms of your hands. However, though it is an already existing company, it will neither be engaged in any business activity nor have any liabilities, customer base, or personnel running it. It is rather just a means of getting a fast entry into Polish market.