Situated in the heart of Europe, Poland has been an EU member since 1 May 2004, joint Schengen starting March 2008, and its currency is zloty. The official body responsible for company registration and company maintenance in Poland is the National Court Register.
Poland is open for business and welcomes foreign investment and business immigrants. To register a company and set up your business in Poland, it opens your door of doing business in EU. To form your own company in Poland, the first thing to consider, is choosing the proper type of company. Limited Liability Company (LLC) is the most popular format of company in Poland among both the Poles and foreign investors.