Every year we see more Polish companies forming in the United Kingdom, companies which utilise experience and original ideas to quickly establish their position in the British marketplace. Poles are doing very well in business, which has been confirmed by Theresa May’s talks with the Polish government.
They make growth happen anywhere and under any conditions. The number of Polish companies in the UK has exceeded 40,000 in number, which gives them a very strong position at the forefront of business.
Why are we so eager to establish companies in the UK and turn our ideas in reality? There are many reasons, but the most important one is taxation. Taxes in the UK are much lower than in Poland and it is much easier to establish a company, no unnecessary queues and less bureaucratic obstacles stand in the way. For many years the UK has favoured entrepreneurial individuals, who have a vision in mind for themselves or their for their future and provide others with new opportunities of employment.
Being able to establish a company online is an important benefit. What is more, anyone unsure of how successful an idea will be, can easily establish a company for a “trial” period and then, if necessary, get out of it at a later time in the future. Among Polish companies with a strong position in the UK marketplace there are just a few which have had to change their business models or cease operations. Poles, who are widely known for their diligence, persistence and ambition, are aware that in order to achieve a given level of independence, they must focus on having good workers and realise their goals step-by-step from the very beginning.
“This year we are expecting even more applications to the prestigious POLISH CHOICE OF THE YEAR awards because Brexit has not prevented the development of the Polish entrepreneurs. It is actually the other way round: Polish companies guarantee stable employment and increasing profits, which means more taxes are being paid to the Exchequer. Therefore, Poles are most welcome here by Theresa May’s government.”
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