Tag: Expansion of polish business

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
Oct

The brave entrepreneurs route on foreign markets.

Due to a small group of courageous companies, just over 8 percent. goods exported from Poland goes outside Europe. Will their successes be an impulse for foreign expansion of our economy?

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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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18
Sep

Support for Poland from European Union funds.

Value of investment contracts with the use of EU funds exceeded PLN 200 billion, said Deputy Minister of Development Jerzy Kwieciński. In his opinion, the contribution of investment in economic growth will be increasing, over the whole year the investments may increase by over 3%.

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03
Sep

Start-ups in Poland are beginning to make money.

The Polish startup sector can not yet match the Californian prototype, but is slowly maturing, professionalizing and starting to make money.

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31
Aug

Polish companies have a chance to expand in Central Europe.

The idea of ​​Three Seas is a chance for expansion of Polish business. Only those companies that are able to obtain funding will use it.

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29
Aug

Posted employees in the EU countries.

The freedom to provide services entails the right of traders to provide services in another Member State. This can consist in self-service by a self-employed person or on temporary assignment of employees. The principle of free movement of workers provides protection against discrimination in terms of employment, remuneration and other conditions of work and employment compared to nationals of that Member State.

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25
Aug

Poland & Iran – trade exchange dynamic improvement.

Following the abolition of sanctions imposed on Iran, Polish export to that country increased fivefold, and import from Iran to Poland increased sixfold, but the potential is much bigger.

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23
Aug

Poles are getting more entrepreneurial. The popularity of self-employment and the number of micro-businesses are growing.

Frustration, dissatisfaction and the need for independence are the main factors that motivate the Poles to set up their own business. Persons who choose to take such a step are aware of their competence, are not focused on deficiencies, are more prone to risk, and tolerate the possibility of error.

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05
Jan

Polish business growing in Iran.

Entrepreneurs patiently build business relationships and try to bypass barriers. They have enthusiastically accepted the abolition of restrictions on trade with Iran. They were hoping to see an attractive market where cards have not yet been distributed by world giants. Time has changed enthusiasm into patience. 

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