Tag: International business
In a sense, having your own company in Poland is prestige. You do what you want, earn as much as you want, organize your business. There are really many advantages of having your own business. Why start your own business and why it is worth to work for your private success …Continue Reading..
The outbreak of coronavirus has caused many entrepreneurs in Poland to have problems with financial liquidity. Some of them decided to suspend their business. Continue Reading..
Close entrepreneurs one of the ways to more favorable business conditions, and then tax them. We must adapt to the new reality of the crisis and build a new model of economic life.Continue Reading..
Bank Millennium was the first bank in Poland to provide a service where customers of the bank can order on its website transfers from their accounts in other banks. This is one of the services that the provisions of the European PSD2 Directive allow.Continue Reading..
The outbreak of coronavirus has shown that in many industries, you can work effectively from home, and you don’t necessarily have to use your office for work. If this is the case, it can mean a lot of benefits for companies and employees.Continue Reading..
The startup market in Poland will be stronger after the end of the pandemic. Every crisis is a good ground for the development of innovation. You can also see that now these types of entities are doing well. In addition, the current situation creates a chance for development for Polish companies operating in the field of broadly defined preventive healthcare. It is also an ideal time for projects related to the online area, including remote work or e-education. But a pandemic also has risks. Some of these companies will collapse. It can already be seen that investors are more willing to limit the risk, preferring to subscribe for smaller shares. However, such moves do not discourage the industry. It is just the opposite.Continue Reading..
All banks operating in Poland signal that they will be less willing to grant loans. The terms of consumer and housing loans as well as those for Polish companies are to be tightened.Continue Reading..
The outbreak of coronavirus, which stopped the traditional economy, accelerated the development of e-commerce, but also changed the direction of its development.Continue Reading..
About 88 percent of Polish citizens, feel the psychological consequences of a pandemic threat that has completely changed the professional and private lives of millions of people in Poland. For 33 percent of respondents, the main feeling accompanying them every day is anxiety about the future.Continue Reading..
The Internet replaces the pleasures that the virus has taken away from us, like a meeting in a cafe or a printed press. Poles transfer their activities to the network.Continue Reading..