Locked content Index of Entrepreneur Optimism declines in May

Index of Entrepreneur Optimism fell in May, but the outlook for coming months improved, according to the survey among Employers of Poland. In May the index stood at 109.6 points compared to 115.2 points in April. The current evaluation is the lowest since June 2017, showing the highest decrease from...

Locked content Over 20% of Polish firms do not use digital technology

More than one fifth of Polish companies have not implemented  any digital technology so far, thus they do not even use e-mail to communicate within the structure and with their business partners, Polish Radio reported, “The group of analog firms mainly include firms that are focused on staying...

Locked content “Constitution for entrepreneurs” in Sejm by end of April

A draft of the Polish economic enterprise law, the so called constitution for entrepreneurs will be brought before the Sejm until the end of April in order to pass the bill during the current term, Minister of the Economy, Janusz Piechociński said. “We are determined, because this is one of  t...

Beauty and water

Beauty product makers have come up with scores of solutions for make-up removal. Two Polish women have assumed a revolutionary approach and turned it into a business idea

Toy story

“The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave,” Ronald Reagan once said. As far as business ideas go, have you ever heard of anything bolder than a doll-making start-up set up as a joint-stock company, manufacturing in Germany and opening its first store in one of Poland’s ...

Locked content Despite current troubles, export pays off

A recent ICAN Research company investigation carried on 600 large and medium companies with polish capital  that 39 percent of the companie reported an increase in export gains. Unfortunately, nearly half of the companies does not want to export, because they are not ready to explore new markets. Th...

Local talent on display

In a time when a growing number of Poles are having their say in fashion design, two young entrepreneurs have established a website that helps sell their products

Flicks, around the corner

Surveys published by pollsters such as CBOS and Ipsos last year showed that 57 percent of Poles don’t go to the movies at all. Aside from the expense (about PLN 25 to see a film at a Warsaw multiplex, for example), Poland is still mostly rural, putting cinemas physically out of reach for many people...