“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.
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”
Work Coworking In Tricity there is wide offer of coworking spaces, not only in incubators or tech parks but also in majority of office buildings and all over the city in dedicated areas. You can find suitable place for coworking in some browsers like Spacing, Coworker, etc Offices If you are looking for the officeContinue reading “Real Estate”
Small grants scheme Small grants support is powered by Invest in Pomerania in the form of repayable assistance awarded for implementation of projects concerning preparation, including infrastructure development, of investment areas. More information. Relocation support This incentive can be offered to companies representing SMEs, from IT and biotechnology sectors, registered after January 1 st, 2019.Continue reading “Grants”
Poland. Business Harbour Programme is not only about IT specialists or Start Ups. If you are a small, medium or large company, you can also count on support. The Polish Investment and Trade Agency is a state-controlled agency tasked with supporting foreign direct investment in Poland. For Belarusian entrepreneurs, they have created a dedicated taskContinue reading “Poland. Business Harbour Programme for Small, Medium and Large Enterprises”
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?”