Companies with no legal right to the office specified in their application will be removed from the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEDIG).
The changes will mean that both contractors and officials will have an easier time getting the companies in the register to fulfill their duties. However, it looks like the new requirement may make a start in business more difficult for some.
– The market is evolving and even today when new technologies are used, an office is often not necessary for business activity. Young entrepreneurs often start in places where many companies reside in the same space and only have one desk each. For such people, the need to have a legal right to an office may be an impediment – says Arkadiusz Pączka of Employers of Poland.
He explains that start-ups first put their business ideas in practice and only when it works out do they look for an office to help their company grow.
– The introduction of this requirement will force businessmen to look for an office first, rather the Focus on starting an innovative business – says Pączka.