– Research shows that Polish entrepreneurs spend almost a month every year on fulfilling bureaucratic obligations. (…) Thus, any decision which has a tangible positive impact on the development of companies and makes life easier for entrepreneurs deserves not only to be met with acclaim, but also to be popularized in the hope that it will serve as an inspiration – President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski writes in “Rzeczpospolita”.
In his article, the President addresses the motion to deregulate the Internet service market put forward by the Office of Electronic Communications. – This proposition was initiated by the Office itself, which is a rare – or isolated, even – case, which makes it all the more worthy of praise. Maybe it will be a harbinger of a better future for entrepreneurs, free of nonsensical legislation? – he writes.
– The initiative deserves praise for a number of reasons – he explains. – First and foremost, it will set off a chain reaction of processes with a positive impact on Polish economy as a whole. We can expect operators to invest in infrastructure, which will stimulate the industry and create new jobs. A decrease in service prices will follow, which should increase demand for internet services and services provided on-line. This, in turn, may translate to a development of entrepreneurship and more jobs – including job opportunities for the new generation which has just started to look for its place on the labour market. We encourage young people at the start of their careers to establish their own businesses. Many of them create start-ups which need Internet access. By deregulating the Internet service market, we create a friendly environment for their business activity.
Source: “Rzeczpospolita”, July 15th 2014
The article in full is available at: http://www.ekonomia.rp.pl/artykul/705506,1125747-Pierwsza-jaskolka-.html