Business in Europe – how it works

From 1 May 2004, Polish entrepreneurs can benefit from the same rights and are subject to the same obligations as entrepreneurs from other EU Member States. Owing to the principle of four freedoms in EU  (free movement of goods, services, capital and persons) Polish companies may market the goods and provide services in other Member States and also post employees there.

If you need information on how to start economic activity in particular EU country, use our search engine.

You can also visit Single Point of Contact operating in particular Member States.

If you would like to know what the conditions of providing cross-border services are, read Temporary cross-border provision of services.

If you need information on how to gain recognition of professional qualifications in host Member State, read the section Recognition of professional qualifications.

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