Tag: companies in Poland

08
Feb

Dropshipping – great idea for a business in Poland.

What is dropshipping?

It is a logistic model of Internet sales involving the transfer of the process of shipment of goods to the supplier. The role of the online store in this logistic model comes down to collecting orders and sending them to the supplier who performs the shipment of the goods to the customer.

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04
Nov

The Polish economy calls for professionally inactive people.

Falling below the 5% limit unemployment suggests that in the Polish economy the number of hands ready to take up a job is shrinking dramatically, which usually hampers economic growth. In fact, the reserves among employees are still large, the biggest ones are in the group of economically inactive people .

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23
Oct

Europe is divorced. This is a risk for Polish companies.

It is not the Poles living in Great Britain who will lose the most on Brexit, although it is their talk about them the most. Polish small and medium-sized enterprises that are the salt of our economy will suffer the most.

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21
Sep

BMZ Poland has launched a new factory in Gliwice for 9 million euros.

Producing lithium-ion batteries, BMZ Poland has launched a new factory in Gliwice on Monday. The cost of the investment is about 9 million euros. Amount of the workplaces in the company will increase by 50 people, to about 700 employees, and within two years will grow to more than 1000 people.

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20
Sep
17
Sep

Having a company in Łódź or Kraków you can get a big grant.

The amount of PLN 129 million in the form of low-interest investment loans will go to companies from the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises in the Lodzkie and Małopolskie voivodeships. The agreement for their implementation with financial intermediaries was signed by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego.

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15
Sep

Brazilian company opens a branch in Poland.

In two weeks Brazilian company Stefanini opens its branch in Opole – announced president of Opole Arkadiusz Wiśniewski at a press conference. Until the end of next year the company intends to employ up to 100 people in this Polish branch.

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11
Sep

An employee may or may not agree to have his or her salary transferred to a bank account.

The employer can not require the employee to set up a bank account for the payroll. Insisting on it, breaks the law. Then the injured person can report the case to the National Labour Inspectorate and apply for compensation. In exceptional situations, the boss can even be punished for his persistence.

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07
Sep

Poland is tempting serious investors. The government counts on new workplaces.

The proposals of the Polish government are a signal for the “big business” to invest in Poland. The whole Poland as a one big special economic zone? It is possible – it all depends on how “big global business” is perceiving these proposals and how much others will have financial, economic, or perhaps geopolitical troubles.

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05
Sep

Lower ZUS contributions for the first three years of running a business. The government has a new idea.

The period of preferential payment of social security contributions will be extended to 3 years – proposed MRPiPS. The baseline would be 30 percent of the minimum wage in the first and second year of business and 60% in the third year.

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