Due to the armed conflict in Ukraine, many companies operating there have faced the necessity to relocate their business abroad. Poland is one of the most frequently chosen locations by Ukrainian entrepreneurs, also due to the newly introduced legislative facilitation.
Currently, 21 836 companies with Ukrainian capital operate in Poland, and in 2022, even before Russia’s military attack on Ukraine, 100 more such entities have been registered. In the current situation, this number will certainly multiply in the near future.
The Polish government and non-governmental organisations undertake numerous initiatives aimed at supporting Ukrainian citizens fleeing the war and helping Ukrainian entrepreneurs to relocate their companies to Poland.
See also: Jobs for refugees from Ukraine – minimum of formalities
Entrepreneurs from Ukraine have the possibility to open a company or a branch in Poland. The most popular form of conducting business in Poland is a limited liability company (LLC).
Find out more about forms of conducting business in Poland, taxation and employment of employees.
We provide comprehensive support to Ukrainian companies planning relocation to Poland at every stage of this process – from advice on choosing the optimal form of business and taxation, through the completion of formalities related to the establishment of a company and ongoing support for business processes.
Setting up a business in Poland by a company from Ukraine – the scope of support
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