Where will I find support in expanding onto foreign markets?

Our Go Global programme.

DZP Go Global

The Polish economy has been growing for almost 30 years now. In that time, many Polish entrepreneurs have developed their businesses and have started to see limitations on further growth.

Although the domestic market is saturated, there is still a need for growth and We are one of the first Polish law firms to address this situation by developing and implementing a programme to help Polish businesses expand on the international stage -  the DZP Go Global programme.

As a leading Polish law firm with a global reach, we have created an extensive network of links and relationships with foreign lawyers and law firms.

Since all foreign transactions must involve specialists who know local laws, this is the key to successful international expansion.

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