The 5 Best Home-Based Businesses To Start In Poland [2021]

The 5 Best Home-Based Businesses To Start In Poland [2021]

Interested in starting a business in Poland in 2021?

We put together 5 of the best businesses you can start in Poland today.

For each business idea, we’ll show you real-world examples of how you can start your profitable, home-based small business in Poland.

Here's the full list:

1. Start a marketing automation platform ($1.2M/year)

Mike Korba from Poland started User.com ago, a marketing automation platform.

  • Country: Poland
  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 40

Hi! I’m Mike Korba. I’m one of the Co-Founders of User.com. Today I want to tell you a little bit about the company which was started by Greg Warzecha who was the owner of the idea. I was brought on and started from beta as one of the product’s first customers.

So a bit more information about our product - User.com is a full-stack marketing platform that does two major things - connecting user data and activity to user communication. Our platform is where teams come together to create sales, marketing, and support processes and campaigns that optimize input and keep communication consistent.

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Mike Korba, on starting User.com ($100,000/month) full story ➜

2. Start an art business ($1.08M/year)

Adam Jesionkiewicz from Poland started Astrography over 2 years ago, an art business.

  • Country: Poland
  • Revenue: $90,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 4

Hi, my name is Artur Kurasinski and I'm a co-owner of Astrography - a company dealing with printing and selling fine arts related to space. During the last 20 years, Adam (CEO) and I have established a lot of different companies and businesses. Many of them have not survived and we have gained a lot of experience in setting up and running startups (mostly technological).

In early 2019 Adam invited me to co-create Astrography and since then we have been running e-commerce together, which has a mission to educate in space. We try to interest our customers not only with a nice photo but also with the scientific facts related to it.

Adam has been an avid astrophotographer for 15 years and devotes a lot of time to it. One day he decided to print his pictures and give them to his friends. It turned out that his pictures are so great that people were willing to pay for them.

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Adam Jesionkiewicz, on starting Astrography ($90,000/month) full story ➜

3. Start a lead generation business ($780K/year)

Ross Knap from Poland started CallPage over 5 years ago, a lead generation business.

  • Country: Poland
  • Revenue: $65,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 30

Hi, my name is Ross Knap, and I am the CEO and co-founder of CallPage. I've been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. When I was five years old, I had the idea to sell chewing gum. I bought them in bulk of 100 pieces and then sold them 2x more expensive. When I was 13, I sold mobile phones. In college, for a long time, I was investing in the stock market. I also studied finance and business, which directed my actions toward entrepreneurship. I also launched an online shop for home decor, which I then sold. Later I co-founded CallPage along with two of my friends Sergey Butko, and Andriy Tkachiv.

CallPage provides a range of tools that allows sales reps to get in touch with leads instantly. And when I say instantly, I mean 28 seconds. When a web visitor browses the website, our smart widget pops up and asks them to leave their phone number and get an automated callback immediately. This, in turn, leads to driving more sales leads and moving deals faster through the pipeline with an immediate conversation via callback. We facilitate converting website visitors into happy customers. If you've ever seen a thrifty little pop-up on a website that says, "we'll call you back in 28 seconds," that's most likely our widget. We have been in the market since 2015.

We have now expanded our tools to become a full-fledged inside sales platform. Currently, we deal with comprehensive support for all business phone systems. We have added an element of artificial intelligence to this by providing services that range from converting voice to text, recognizing emotions, and extracting statistical data from the phone call itself.

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Ross Knap, on starting CallPage ($65,000/month) full story ➜

4. Start a time tracking app ($480K/year)

Pavel Cheshev from Poland started TIMEFLIP over 4 years ago, a time tracking app.

  • Country: Poland
  • Revenue: $40,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $130,000
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 4

Hi! My name is Pavel Cheshev and I’m running a startup called TimeFlip that we co-founded with my partner Dmitry in the Summer of 2016.

TimeFlip is an IoT solution to assist people with personal time management and productivity control. It is an app-connected polygon, designed to make time tracking as easy, intuitive and flawless, as possible.

There are many people all around the world concerned about their time usage and productivity.

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Pavel Cheshev, on starting TIMEFLIP ($40,000/month) full story ➜

5. Start a photo sharing platform ($24K/year)

Paweł Kadysz from Poland started Tookapic over 7 years ago, a photo sharing platform.

  • Country: Poland
  • Revenue: $2,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 2

Hello! My name is Pawel Kadysz and I’m the founder of Tookapic. It’s a photo-sharing platform where entrepreneurs, accountants, programmers, teachers, doctors, lawyers, and other non-photographers share their passion for photography.

Tookapic is a premium photo journaling platform and community where you pay $9/mo or $69/y to take part in a 365-day challenge that will help you transforms ordinary moments into extraordinary memories.

But here’s the catch. It only allows you to publish one photo a day and encourages you to do it every day for a year. This type of photo journal is called 365 projects.

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Paweł Kadysz, on starting Tookapic ($2,000/month) full story ➜

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