Retailer's guide to Poland
Retail is a highly competitive industry in any market and when an investor considers whether to expand into other countries, it can be very complex and can often hold significant financial risk, as well as all the legal aspects of set-up and start-up in the desired country which an investor must be aware of before taking the first step.
This Retailer’s Guide aims to help Investors make that first step, to aide in the set-up and implementation process of opening a retail business in Poland. It presents many of the legal issues and restrictions any Investor should be aware of before opening their doors to the public.
Once an Investor better understands the legal aspects, one is then more confidently able to make a financial and economic commitment in Poland. This process can be assisted by a highly trained legal team from TaylorWessing eInIwIc, who are also well positioned to offer a wide range of legal services not only in Poland, across CEE and even on a global basis…
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