Pomerania – Job Hunting in times of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected … well.. everything! Including the job market which has gone through significant changes in the last few months. Even though sectors such as tourism, gastronomy or hotel industry as well as other service have seen a decline, most businesses are operating as before. However, employers are being cautious and adapting their remote working policies. To ensure that business growth does not slow down, almost all companies have moved to 100% online recruitment.

“Sea of new technologies. Pomorskie 2020” – The Pomerania Startup Guide

“Sea of new technologies. Pomorskie 2020” is a startup guide for the Pomeranian business ecosystem and a compendium of knowledge about the business environment, local initiatives and events supporting the budding innovator. The report is presenting examples of startups that function perfectly on the regional market and show the innovation and creativity of their founders.

Legalisation of stay and employment of foreigners in Poland – FAQ

Issues related to the legalisation of employment and stay of foreigners in Poland still raise many doubts – both among employers and their foreign employees. In order to make it easier to navigate among statutory regulations, the Invest in Pomerania team in cooperation with specialists from the Pomeranian Voivodeship Office have created a publication containing a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding the procedure of applying for a residence and work permit in Poland.

Tech parks/ Incubators/ Accelerators

Pomerania’s largest science and technology parks are located in Gdynia, Gdańsk, Kwidzyn and Słupsk. Both Polish and foreign entrepreneurs can make use of their facilities.  • Pomeranian Science and Technology Park Gdynia (PPNT) – the largest park of this type in Poland • Baltic Port of New Technologies – 7 thousand sqm of modern B+Continue reading “Tech parks/ Incubators/ Accelerators”

How to start running your own business in Poland?

If you want to start a business in Poland, you have several types (legal forms) to choose from. Among them are: sole trader (self-employment) civil law partnership commercial companies companies (limited liability company and joint-stock company) partnerships (registered partnership, professional partnership, limited partnership, limited joint-stock partnership) The foreigners can also open a branch or aContinue reading “How to start running your own business in Poland?”

Poland. Business Harbour Programme for Start Ups – how does it work?

It creates an opportunity for young teams developing technologically advanced solutions or a non-standard business models who currently find themselves in one of the early stages of development and are now looking for venture capital and commercial partners. Thanks to the Poland. Business Harbour Progamme, these young teams may apply for immediate one-time financial supportContinue reading “Poland. Business Harbour Programme for Start Ups – how does it work?”

Special IT Specialists Programme

Individual IT specialists participating in the Poland. Business Harbour Programme, dedicated to IT specialists will have their visa applications fast-tracked, as long as they meet at least one of the following conditions: they have received education in a technology-related field, they have at least one year of experience working in the IT sector, one ofContinue reading “Special IT Specialists Programme”