Whenever you see a successful business,
someone once made a courageous decision - Peter F. Drucker

Special economic zones (SEZ) in Poland

The Polish Government created the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) as a result of the needs of several particular regions combined with the needs of foreign investors intending to open businesses in this country. Basically entrepreneurs choosing to establish businesses in one of these 14 Polish Special Economic Zones are given the opportunity to conduct their activities on preferential terms and with the assurance of various benefits such as lower taxes. Also, they can start the respective business with the advantage of a ready-made and fully-equipped site. In 2008, the lifetime of all SEZs was extended until 31 December 2020, and just recently the Council of Ministers decided to keep them alive for another 6 years (until 2026).