Poland is a great place to be for your Company and TPAC can support you to enter this market efficiently and safely. According to the CEOWORLD magazine, since several years Poland is one of the best places in the world to invest and to do business, it has been ranked with a solid 3rd place for 2020.

As reported by the FDI Markets data - an analytical company from the Financial Times group, which is the largest global database of FDI - Poland was in 2020 the 3rd preferred location in the world for foreign investors.

TPAC support entering to Poland

TPAC and its Experts offer access to a wide business network in Poland in many industries, this in addition to access to the banking and financial sector (access to locally operating ca. 40 financial institutions).

Our analytical competences and expertise in preparing best-in-class and tailor made financial and market analysis will prepare your Company to enter properly the Polish market to secure and enhance your international business expansion.

TPAC can support you in establishing your local structure in Poland, insuring adequate legal and administrative support.

We can present the right local business partners, find clients to sell your products and support in building your supply chain.

TPAC can support to enable your Company to obtain banking debt in the shortest possible time and on the best market conditions.

We will be glad and honored to offer TPAC’s expertise in strategic advisory, bringing value added to your Company and supporting in generating new cash flows and profits from your international development in Poland.

Poland snapshot

Poland joined the EU in 2004, the country has a strategic and central position in CEE. Moreover, it is the biggest market in the region, country’s market share in terms of GDP in CEE is worth ca. 35%. Poland’s population amounts about 38 million people, GDP reached USD 595 billion in 2020, the country is ranked 22nd worldwide and 8th in Europe.

Standard & Poor's credit rating for Poland stands at A- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Poland was last set at A2 with stable outlook.

GDP growth rate for the years 2017-2019 was in average 4.9%, estimated yoy Q2 21’: 2.1%, FY 2021 is expected to reach between 2.5 and 3.4%.

Inflation rate between 2017 and 2019 amounted to 1,96% and amounted to 3.4% in 2020. It is expected to rise in 2021 due to COVID-19 negative impact. However, in the long-term, the Poland inflation rate is projected to stabilize and trend around 3.00 percent in 2022 and 2.40 percent in 2023.

The country's industrial base combines coal, textile, chemical, machinery, iron, and steel sectors and has expanded more recently to include fertilizers, petrochemicals, machine tools, electrical machinery, electronics, cars, and shipbuilding.

Poland’s economical strengths

• Central place and biggest market in CEE

• GDP growth pace and controlled inflation rate

• Low volatility of local currency PLN vs. EUR and USD

• Largest recipient of EU funds, EUR 82.5 billion budgeted for 2014-2020

• Increasing FDIs, amounted to EUR 203 billion by end of 2020

• Access to external sources of financing, Polish lending market is worth USD 585 billion

• Unemployment rate: 5.8%

Poland’s socio-political strengths

• Political stability

• Low corruption indictors and efficiency of legal system

• Convenient regulatory environment for entrepreneurs

• Skilled and effective workforce with competitive wage level

• Infrastructure and technology