Liquidation of a professional partnership (Spółka partnerska) in Poland

A professional partnership in Polish law is a specific type of partnership, reserved for persons engaged in the so-called free profession. Its regulation in the Code of Commercial Partnerships and Companies is quite short, but it partly refers to the provisions defining the principles of operation of a limited liability company, as well as a general partnership. For this reason, the liquidation procedure sometimes raises doubts. How does the liquidation of a professional partnership proceed and what is worth knowing about it?


Company taxes in Poland: What You’ll Pay in 2024

Running a business in Poland is inseparably connected with the obligation to pay taxes. The system of public and legal obligations in our country is quite complex, changes frequently and, in addition, individual taxes may overlap. What taxes are paid in Poland? Check out the most important information!


Liquidation of a Civil law partnership (Spółka cywilna) in Poland

A civil partnership is one of the forms of business that entrepreneurs can choose. Its name may be misleading, as a civil partnership is not a company under commercial law, but actually a civil law contract between shareholders. What happens when the shareholders forming a civil partnership decide to wind up the business. What does the liquidation of a civil law partnership look like, step by step, in Poland?


Liquidation of a foundation in Poland: How do you liquidate a registered charity?

In Poland in 2022 there will be just over 100,000 non-profit organisations, although these statistics change quite significantly from year to year. When the activity of such an entity turns out to be unprofitable or loses its purposeful justification, its members should decide to liquidate the foundation. What does the liquidation of a foundation look like step by step?


EBITDA – what is EBITDA and why does it matter?

The value of a business can be expressed in many ways and using different types of indicators. One of these is EBITDA, whose popularity began back in the 1990s and is still considered by many managers to be one of the main predictors of business success. What exactly is EBITDA and how is it calculated?


VC funding for startups – how to get venture capital funding?

Starting a business usually requires originators to obtain an external source of financing to allow market expansion. For young companies, leasing or credit are unavailable or financial institutions grant them on unfavourable terms. Business Angels, but also Venture Capital funds can be an alternative. Let’s take a look at the last of these. How to get VC funding?


Vesting of shares in a startup – what is share vesting?

Startups are a business model that very often relies on the knowledge of qualified staff. However, it does not always have enough capital immediately to be able to offer key employees attractive remuneration. One mechanism to motivate professionals to work harder and commit to the business is share vesting. What does this solution consist of?


Venture Studio – what is it and how do you build one?

The continuing popularity of start-ups and the changing economic environment is causing originators to seek ever new ways of support. The origins of venture building can be traced back to the end of the last century, when IdeaLab from the United States supported the development of almost a hundred businesses and listed many of them on the stock exchange. Let’s take a look at what venture building is and how to build a venture studio?