Adam Staszkiewicz is a good example of how Poland’s business reforms are paying off.
The 22-year old was able to register his new catering company in a day, as opposed to the many it used to take.
“I can’t say it was difficult, you just have to go to a government agency, get some papers, fill them out, and wait a bit,” Adam says.
Since starting his catering business a year ago, Adam has already hired five more employees - including his previously unemployed mother - in order to meet the demands of a rapidly expanding clientele.
“We are happy to have a family business because we don’t have to work for somebody else,” says Jolanta Staszkiewicz, Adam’s mother.