Nowadays, there are many vehicles for entering a business for a person concerned. However, the vehicle that is chose may as well have permanent implications on the future performance of the company. Hence, the choice making is important. This is even more relevant for doing business in a country like Poland where one has to grasp the nature of the economy and the market trends in order to make the most of its burgeoning potential.
As mentioned before, there are several methods, or vehicles for entering a business. Principally, an investor has two options. He could either choose to establish a brand new company of his own, which would be customized to fit his every need. This shall not allow him, to start trading immediately. On the other hand, he might also purchase a readymade shelf company, one that is already established and registered with the authorities. In the instance of the latter, the trading can begin immediately and the concerned investor may enter the market in almost no time at all. As is obvious, both have their advantages and disadvantages, and an informed choice between the two will be taking into consideration the goal that the concerned investor wants to achieve.
The intentions might vary with the extent of the seriousness of engagement with doing business in Poland by the investor. Often investors only want to possess a company that wold enable them to purchase property and bid in the country. Sometimes, investors only want to take the advantage of Poland being in the European Union. Sometimes, the investors want a company with some history that is already established in the country.
Starting a new company, right from its foundation is of course, the best way when the investor has in mind a long term engagement. It would enable him to customize the company according to his own requirements and would boost its performance in the long run.
Buying a shelf company Poland has many advantages of its own. It would make the process of the beginning of the trading, much faster. This would mean that the investor can enter the market exceedingly fast. This might also mean that there would be a much less amount of formalities in the case of acquiring a company, thus facilitating investors working from outside the country.
The shelf companies have their disadvantages. But in the end, it all comes down to the concerned investor and his requirements.