Over 48,000 companies were established in Poland in 2019. This is the second-best result ever as compared to the 2016 record.
“A clear increase is the effect of the low 9 percent CIT for new and small companies coming into force from January 1, 2019. This began to translate into an increase in the registration of entrepreneurs in the National Court Register (KRS),” Jarosław Nowrotek, president of the Central Economic Information Center (COIG), claimed.
Traditionally, the unsurpassed leader of registration in the KRS was the Mazowieckie province. The Wielkopolskie voivodeship comes second (4,600) and Dolnośląskie (4,400) third.
Just in Warsaw, there were 12,600 registrations, which is 900 more than a year earlier.