Businesses hit by the state of emergency covering areas adjacent to Poland's border with Belarus can get compensation under legislation passed by parliament on Friday.
The number of employees in the services for business sector in Poland, which now stands at 355,000, may double within the next ten years, according to information released at a business lobby congress.
The Polish government will compensate entrepreneurs affected by the state of emergency in areas near Poland's border with Belarus, a government spokesman has said.
Teaching himself by watching instruction videos on the internet in his kitchen after work, Kolowca soon found he had mastered the art of leather-making when his first bag was snapped up just 30 minutes after posting it online.
The Polish hotel industry may have lost as much as PLN 750 million (EUR 165 million) in May due to coronavirus restrictions, a hotel organisation study shows.
The European Commission on Friday approved a Polish state aid programmme to compensate businesses for losses suffered as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and to provide liquidity support.
Launched on June 10, the Warsaw Health Innovation Hub (WHIH) will bring together leading global medical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies with the public sector as a first step towards the creation of a Polish Medical Valley inspired by and modelled on medical clusters in other parts of Europe.
The percentage of companies in Poland saying the pandemic is damaging their businesses or poses a threat to their stability fell in May, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Thursday.
The Polish city of Lodz has been named the most attractive city for business in Central and Eastern Europe in the Business-Friendly Perception Index 2021 published by the Emerging Europe website.
With livestream online sales becoming the new norm, a Warsaw firm is looking to help both big and small businesses take their products directly to the customers’ virtual door.