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  • 46,575 PLN raised capital
  • 18 days remaining time
  • 115 investors
  • 3,600,425 PLN share issue objective
  • 19.1 % equity on offer
  • 25 PLN stock price
  • 144,017 no. of stocks
  • 09.03.2020 end date
  • 100,000 PLN minimum threshold

IBT International Brands Trading S.A. launches new, exciting and tasty international sweets like Reese’s and Jelly Belly from the US or Pocky from Asia on the Polish market.

Our customers love sweets and are open to discover new tastes. IBT is growing for more than five years and is characterized by product innovation. We have a strong USP due to the fact, that our steadily growing portfolio contains products which are only imported into the Polish market by us.

Working together closely with the largest supermarket chains and specialty shops, we make our products available throughout Poland.

This allows us to fulfil our credo of making other people’s life a little bit happier thanks to sweets. Join the flourishing market of international sweets! Invest in IBT!

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About IBT

We are a company that is dynamically operating and developing in the sector of international food trade. We focus on the distribution of sweets and snacks of well-known foreign brands such as Jelly Belly, Reese’s and Pocky.

IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o. o., who’s responsible for the operational activity, was founded in 2015. In December 2019 IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna was founded. The spółka akcyjna is a holding company, who owns all shares of the sp. z o. o. International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna is the issuer of the initial public offering (IPO). Within the IBT group there are legal entities in Poland and Germany. Due to our locations in Poland and Germany, we have direct contact with our partners, which distinguishes us from our competitors and contributes to our success.

Our business is divided into two areas.

The first area is the import of “premium” products, mainly from the USA and Asia, which are then distributed on the European market. The second sector concerns the international export of European sweets and snacks.

All commercial activities are carried out in a B2B model.

Now that we have built a stable supply chain and a broad European customer base, the next step is to expand and strengthen our customer network. In the current phase, additional resources are needed to help us to conclude contracts with other “big players”.

Depending on the product, we are acting as a distributor, wholesaler or intermediary. These roles overlap, which increases the potential of the value chain.


… extensive service for our clients. By taking over a number of marketing activities, the number of service providers is narrowing, which means that we are becoming one of the few companies offering such comprehensive services. This undoubted advantage convinces our customers to buy products from us.

We offer a full package of services – we label products in Polish, we care about attractive and favorable placement of goods on supermarket shelves. Our marketing department provides professional product photos for presentations in online stores. We also have our own stands, which the customer can individually customize with products as he pleases!

The fact is, that in an increasingly globalized world we don’t have and don’t won’t to resign from our favorite products, which we had the opportunity to taste while on vacation in the US or other parts of the world. Those of us who haven’t had the chance to visit these countries yet will be tempted to try new, unknown flavors.

And here is your chance ! You have the opportunity to become an investor in a company dealing in international trade of well-known brands in a constantly developing, well-promising market. Invest in the early stage of the company’s development. IBT is acting in an industry sector, where the trend can be clearly predicted, taking into account the fact that it is already strongly visible in other Western European countries.

"Take your chance - become a investor in a company with an international profile!"
Dr. Markus Knopf
CEO & Co-founder
2016: Jelly Belly - "Rookie of the year award".

Founding of IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o.o., who is responsible for operational activities.


IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o.o. becomes the official Jelly Belly distributor in Poland and receives the "Rookie of the Year award for reaching an record turnover of 500,000 USD


Founding of the legal entity in Malaysia


Turnover reaches 9 mil PLN


Estimated turnover until Q3 2019 adds up to 9 mil PLN. In December 2019 the IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna is founded.

2016: Odtrzymanie nagrody "Debiutanta Roku" od Firmy Jelly Belly.

Prognozowane obroty od początku roku do Q3 2019 r.: 9 mln PLN. W grudniu 2019 r. powstała IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna


IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o.o. becomes the official Jelly Belly distributor in Poland and receives the "Rookie of the Year award for reaching an record turnover of 500,000 USD


Founding of the legal entity in Malaysia


Turnover reaches 9 mil PLN


Estimated turnover until Q3 2019 adds up to 9 mil PLN. In December 2019 the IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna is founded.

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Implementing of the so called "international sweets stands"

Problem detection:

The shelves in the largest supermarkets have limited space, that’s why it’s difficult to convince the store to place a bigger amount of products on their shelves…


Our unique stands generate new space and provide the customer a ready solution

Increasing share on the Polish and German market with regard to POS (Point of sales):

Who are our key accounts?

Large supermarket chains, delicatessen shops, e-shops, gas stations, kiosks and wholesalers.

"Be a part of a movement, that despite it's early stage already - based on the example of other countries - shows a clear tendency where the way goes."
Marcel Knopf
Head of Marketing & Co-foudner
Our executive team - your invenstment in safe hands

IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o. o., who is responsible for all operational activities, employs a team of several people, IBT guarantees efficiency and flexibility. The knowledge and experience of our company as well as the rare, complementary combination of people managing the company will help you find the perfect business partner for your investments.

Dr. Markus Knopf

CEO & Co-founder

Markus is a Co-Founder and Board member of IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o. o. Markus is also the chairman of the issuing company – IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna.

– Key Account Manager
– Head of Sales

Markus started his professional career as a consultant in Frankfurt, specializing in credit risk assessment. He’s an expert in statistical experimental methodology.

Dr. Markus Knopf also lectured in mathematics at the University of Mannheim. He studied mathematics and computer science where he obtained a PhD in differential geometry and dynamic systems.

Marcel Knopf

Head of Marketing & Co-founder

Marcel is a Co-Founder and shareholder of IBT International Brands Trading Sp. z o. o. He’s the Head of Marketing and takes part in every strategic decision of the company. Marcel is also a board of supervisors member of IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna.

– Head of Marketing
– Acquiring new customers
– Strategic Management

Marcel is also the owner of a Performance Marketing agency – Fastlane Marketing GmbH with HQ in Berlin – employing 40 people. Marcel has extensive experience in online marketing and is involved in planning online marketing campaigns in various companies. He is also the author of the book “Traffic”, the initiator of events such as #THISISMARKETING and the main speaker at the most known digital marketing events.

Jan Süß

Head of SCM & Co-founder

Jan is a Co-Founder and shareholder of IBT International Brands Trading Sp. z o. o. He’s responsible for procurement and the relations with the company’s suppliers. Jan is also the Head of SCM of the operational entity. Besides that, Jan is responsible for pricing and business development. For this reason, Jan is also the Head of Sales at IBT Germany. Additionally, Jan is a member of the board of directors of IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna.

– Managing director
– Head of SCM
– Head of Procurement

Before joining IBT in 2016 as a partner, Jan has worked for several years for one of the biggest German company where he was responsible for global supply chain projects. During a 1-year-stay in Shanghai, Jan successfully implemented a logistic system between Europe and China. While being in China, Jan has obtained several business contacts in Asia.

Our business model

Please find below the percentage share of sales divided between different customer branches.

We provide our goods to customers in:

On the chart below you can find the turnover history from the company’s first year until now. Our turnover grows steadily each year.

Sales structure divided between Germany and Poland

Thanks to constant personal relationships with our clients, we have developed an individual approach to everyone with whom we establish a cooperation. Our motivated and dedicated sales team guarantees a smooth sales process.

Market and Competitors

The curiosity for new products by consumers and their interest in new culinary experiences has been observed in the sweets industry for years.

Our market researches show, that the average consumption of cookies per capita in Poland will increase to over 4kg in 2020!

– Jan Süß, Head of Supply Chain Management

Sweets market in Poland
Import 25%
Domestic production 75%
Discount store 40%
Hyper- and supermarkets 60%

The Polish sweets market is worth around 14 billion PLN, of which almost 25% are imported. Poland is one of the 15 leading countries of importing sweets in the world. This is a huge market with a volume of over 3 billion PLN, taking into account only imports, which are constantly growing every year. Discount stores have a 40% market share, the remaining 60% is spread over hypermarkets, supermarkets and smaller stores.

‘Luxury foreign chocolate products and snacks’ are becoming more and more popular, which is confirmed by newly emerging blogs and websites that are increasingly discussing this topic.

Our benefits on the sweets market

IBT combines classic retail trade with the highest standards of customer service. Hardly any competitor has such a specialized profile. Most of the competition remains small on the niche market, while the larger ones have a different FMCG-oriented product portfolio.

There are very few companies in Europe that are able to operate on the so-called niche market. At the same time, there are no other companies that combine niche activities with sales in supermarkets. Many of these companies specialize in the classic FMCG distribution of well-known European top brands.

However, none of these companies is able to ensure the supply of goods from the United States and Asia at a comparable, stable level. Distribution centers in the United States and Asia allow us to both secure the supply chain and export goods to specific regions without hindrance.

There are very specific reasons why we are not afraid to compete with the largest companies on the market. Our knowledge of the market, of distribution strategies as well as distribution channels of known brands, allow us to understand and control the flow of products and potential distribution channels better. Thanks to this, we can make the right decisions related to acquiring new business opportunities in Poland.

The existing distribution structures and channels allow our team to have the necessary knowledge and experience to enable continuous expansion of business activities in Poland and throughout Europe. This specialization allows us to compete with the largest companies on the market.

Investment goals


In order to scale our business and grow even faster, it is important that we continue to increase our working capital and increase our stock. This is the driving force of our business.

Additional personnel

We want to employ more sales representatives, which will enable us to serve more customers and expand the access to point of sales. This will allow us to strengthen the existing contacts with supermarket chains, and thus, will lead to a increased sales stability of our products.

IT infrastructure

We plan to invest in more efficient IT solutions that will help us improve the workflow of our daily operations.


Scaling up the company’s operations requires marketing in terms of online marketing (facebook, google) and offline marketing (PR, stands, sampling) to increase the IBT brand awareness.

A campaign has recently been launched to attract more online stores as well as other domestic and foreign stores as customers. This allowed us to double our customer base during one year.

Another important milestone is the intensification of contacts with supermarket chains in order to sell larger and more stable quantities of our products. This will increase the number of regular listings.

The existing business model requires large working capital to meet the cash flow requirements. Additional capital will enable sales and profit forecasts to be achieved.

Additional benefits

Package 1

from 50 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook

Package 2

from 100 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • 2 pieces of sweets
  • 1 piece of IBT Merchandise

Package 3

from 200 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • 4 pieces of sweets
  • 2 pieces of IBT merchandise

Package 4

from 500 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • Small sweets parcel
  • Small merchandise parcel

Package 5

from 1.000 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • Medium sized sweets parcel
  • Medium sized merchandise parcel

Package 6

from 5.000 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • Large sized sweets parcel
  • Large sized merchandise parcel

Package 7

from 10.000 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • Large sized sweets parcel
  • Large sized merchandise parcel
  • Name on the Wall of investors

Package 8

from 20.000 PLN
  • Access to a private group of investors on Facebook
  • Large sized sweets parcel
  • Large sized merchandise parcel
  • Name on the Wall of investors
  • Participation at the IBT Investors Day

Package 9

from 100.000 PLN
  • Access to a private group of inventors on Facebook
  • Large sized sweets parcel
  • Large sized merchandise parcel
  • Name on the Wall of investors
  • Participation at the IBT Investors Day
  • Personal meeting with the founders of IBT
HOW CAN I earn MONEY by investing in IBT?

In 2021 IBT International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna plans to pay out dividends.

Selling shares

You can sell your shares at any time according to your own mind and price after finding a buyer.

New inventors

The entrance of new investors can help us in our further development and secures our position on the market.

Stock exchange

If the entity may decide to enter the stock exchange, the expansion of our company beyond the polish border may grow faster.

Risk factors

Before making a decision regarding investment in financial instruments of International Brands Trading Spółka Akcyjna (hereinafter: “the Company”, “IBT”), investors should carefully consider the risk factors presented below, as well as other information contained herein. It should be borne in mind that each of the following risk factors, if it occurs, may have a negative impact on operations through inconsistent with expectations and adverse shaping of revenues, results of operations, financial standing and further development prospects of the company. The result of any of the following risk factors may be a decrease in the market value of the company’s financial instruments, which may result in investors losing part or all of the capital invested.

The list of risk factors presented below is not a closed catalog. It is possible that in the future there will be changes in the company’s environment or in its operations that will result in additional risk factors not covered in this document. The following are risk factors that are known as at the date of preparation of the document to the Company’s Management Board. The indication of given risk factors does not indicate that such situations have occurred in the past. The order of the presented risk factors does not determine their significance. At the same time, together with an indication of risk factors, a description of possible actions taken by the Company to limit their impact on operations was made.

Risks concerning IBT International Brands Trading sp. z o.o.,

Macroeconomic risk

The Company’s business activity is conducted mainly on the Polish and German market. The economic indicators such as GDP growth, salary levels, household income and expenses, disposable income, as well as shaping fiscal policy have a significant impact on the amount of revenues generated and the development of the Company. Deterioration of the economic situation on the Polish or German market, including an unfavorable change in the above indicators, may result in a reduction in household consumption expenditure, purchasing power of the society and the level of consumer demand, in particular in the case of products that are not so-called products. first need (and therefore the Company’s products). The above may have a negative impact on the company’s revenue, profitability and the rate of growth of the scale of operations. The Management Board of the Company monitors the situation on the markets in which it sells products, adapting the Company’s offer to current market trends. At the same time, geographical diversification (Germany and Poland) allows minimizing the impact of the above negative factors on the whole of operations.

Risk related to competition

The company is exposed to competition from other entities operating on the confectionery supply market to retail chains and retail outlets. The niche market in which the Company operates (i.e. delivery of sweets not on regular sale on the Polish and German market) is characterized by high fragmentation and, to the Company’s knowledge, lack of significant entities aspiring to become leaders in this segment. The activities of the Company’s Management Board over the past years have developed a valuable network of contacts with the recipients of the Company’s products, and the Company’s ability to provide niche products at attractive prices has made the Company a recognizable player on the market. The intention of the Company’s Management Board is to achieve the position of an unquestioned market leader over the next few years at least on the Polish market. However, it cannot be ruled out that the entry of an entity able to offer a price advantage over the Company may lead to a decrease in the Company’s sales margin and, consequently, to a decrease in financial results.

Risk of dependence on significant suppliers

The company cooperates with many product suppliers, which are then delivered to retail outlets. The company purchases products abroad, in particular in the USA and Asian countries. There is currently no significant concentration of external suppliers of the Company exceeding 10% of the value of products per contractor (excluding related entities). Therefore, this risk is limited. However, in the future, as the scale of the Company’s operations increases, it cannot be excluded that this share will increase.

Foreign exchange rate risk

Due to the fact that the Company imports products from the countries of origin (USA and Asian countries) introduced to the Polish and German market, the level of foreign exchange rates may affect its financial results. Part of the sale is carried out in Germany in the euro currency, which is the so-called natural hedging relative to delivery. Nevertheless, fixed costs of operations are incurred predominantly in Polish zlotys (e.g. salaries, office in Warsaw, accounting, partly logistics costs). In order to avoid a negative impact of the foreign exchange rate on the financial results, the Company also plans to use the available financial instruments to hedge against this risk.

Risk related to the level of working capital

The company, like any entity from the trade industry, needs access to working capital. This is due to the fact that he purchases products often in the prepayment system, while the products are sold with extended payment periods. Cooperation with large retail chains has consequences that the company receives payments for products with a 30 or even 60 day delay from the delivery date. The above is associated with the need to engage relatively high capital in products and inventory as well as receivables from contractors. Lack of access to working capital may limit the possibilities of increasing the scale of operations. The purpose of this offer of financial instruments of the Company is to raise funds that will be allocated to supplement key current assets for rapid growth of scale. In turn, an increase in the scale of the Company may result in a greater negotiating position with suppliers and customers, which should allow the Company to negotiate better terms of payment terms and generate a financial surplus. Failure to raise funds in the appropriate amount may result in limited possibilities to achieve the assumed scale of operations over the next few years and the need to raise funds from other sources (e.g. factoring, revolving loans), which will result in additional financial costs.

Risk of losing key employees

The key value of the Issuer are the key employees who have developed, as a team, unique know-how and relationships with customers and suppliers in the field of trade in sweets from the premium segment. The loss of key employees could have a negative impact on relations with the Company’s contractors, and the employment of new employees would involve a lengthy recruitment process and implementation into the Company’s operations, which would affect their date of achieving the expected effectiveness. The Company’s Management Board takes into account the above risk and in order to bind key employees with the Company provides attractive working conditions and an incentive system.

Risk related to the Company’s plans

The company’s intention is a rapid increase in sales over the next financial years and to achieve the position of the undisputed leader in the sales of premium sweets in Poland. It cannot be ruled out that even if adequate financial resources and favorable economic conditions are obtained, these plans will not be fully implemented, which in turn may cause a risk of a decrease in the value of the Company’s financial instruments. Nevertheless, the Management Board and key employees of the Company are simultaneously its owners, which significantly increases the motivation to work effectively for the Company and mitigates the risk to a minimum.

Risk related to matching the offer to changing market trends

Market trends and consumer preferences are important for the Company and the ability to generate assumed sales levels in the future. There may be a risk that the Company will not adapt its offer to changing trends, as a result of which products delivered to retail outlets will not be sold in the assumed quantity. The company counteracts this risk by selectively selling relatively small batches of products and limited inventory.

Risk of rejection of sweets

The future demand for sweets may be influenced by global trends promoting the fight against obesity and a healthy lifestyle, including nutrition. The possible participation of state institutions in this trend may be manifested in a change in the taxation rules for products with high sugar content. There is also a risk of introducing the need for special labeling for such products. In this case, the Company will also strive to sell premium sweets that match any market trends (e.g. based on organic ingredients, with a low content of fats, sugar, gluten, etc.). Nevertheless, a significant impact of the above trends on the level of the Company’s financial results in the future cannot be excluded.

Risk related to transactions with related entities

The company enters into transactions of delivery and receipt of products with related companies, i.e. with IBT International Brands Trading GmbH (Germany) and IBT International Brands Trading Sdn Bhd (Malaysia). The Company has a transfer pricing policy, however, it cannot be excluded that the tax authorities may question the methods of determining market conditions by the Company for transactions with related entities, which may affect the financial results.

Risk related to providing poor quality products

In the event of poor quality products being delivered to the recipients or with a short shelf life, the company could be subject to possible contractual penalties or, ultimately, suspension of cooperation with the company by given trading points. Such situations have not occurred in the Company’s current operations, however, due to the extended logistics chain (products are imported from the USA and distant Asian countries), as well as the forecasted abrupt increase in the scale of operations, this situation cannot be ruled out in the future.

Risk related to loss of trust of the Company’s recipients

The company provides products to commercial entities, each of which has its own requirements as to product quality, timely delivery and ensuring the right amount of products. Considering that the Company has developed appropriate know-how and business relations for years, any inconsistencies in terms of quality, deadlines or delivery method could affect the loss of trust by the recipients towards the Company and, as a consequence, significantly reduce cooperation or suspend it. Such situations have not occurred in the past. A properly optimized logistics chain and trained employees allow you to significantly reduce such risk in the future.

Risk related to increased costs

The Issuer’s expectations regarding the company’s operating costs are based on current values ​​and estimation based on shareholder experience. There is a risk of an unexpected increase in the costs of raw materials, energy and labor, which may translate into lower financial results of the company.

Risks concerning International Brands Trading spółka akcyjna

Risk related to future dividend payment

The company plans to pay dividend in 2021, however, the possibility of future dividend payment and its amount will depend on a number of factors, including: the amount of profit and reserve capital available for distribution (i.e. the Company achieving positive financial results in the future), expenditure and investment plans, profits generated in a given period, profitability or the Issuer’s debt. In addition, in accordance with the Commercial Companies Code, dividend is paid only if the General Meeting of Shareholders adopts an appropriate resolution on the allocation of profit for distribution to shareholders. The Management Board is not obliged to propose to the General Meeting that such a resolution be adopted for a given financial year. Even if the Management Board recommends that the profit for a given financial year be allocated to dividend payment, the Management Board cannot guarantee that the Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders will adopt an appropriate resolution enabling dividend payment. Lack of certainty as to the possibility of dividend payment and compliance with the rules set out in the dividend policy may have a negative impact on the Company’s operations, its financial situation, as well as the results of the Company’s operations and the price of the Offered Shares.

Risk of failure to achieve investment goals with insufficient capital

The adopted strategy assumes collecting all planned capital. Failure to achieve this goal may result in the slowdown of the company’s investment process. The company has plans to obtain investment funds from other sources of financing.

Risk related to a decrease in revenues

The decrease in sales may be caused by many factors such as: the emergence of competition with a similar offer to the Company’s offer, a deep recession in the economy, an increase in unemployment and a decrease in real income in society, which will indirectly translate into consumer purchasing power.

Risk of changing legal environment

The Company’s operations, as well as the activities of any business entity, are affected by changing legal provisions or its different interpretations. Possible changes in the law, including labor and social security law, commercial company law and tax law may be heading in a direction that adversely affects the Company’s operations. What’s more, the entry into force of a new regulation, important for economic turnover, may be associated with interpretation problems or uneven court rulings.

Investing in entities looking for financing on crowdfunding platforms can be very profitable, but like any investment, it also involves risk. If you decide to invest in the above-mentioned entities, which they present, provided by Beesfund S.A. space on the Crowdfunding Platform (website information about the Issuer’s project, you must be aware of five important risks and accept them:

1. Loss of all or part of capital
By investing in a project, you are more likely to lose your investment than you get a return on investment or above average profit.

You should not invest more capital this way than you can lose without losing your standard of living.

2. Lack of liquidity
Almost all investments presented on the one made available by Beesfund S.A. spaces on the Crowdfunding Platform are characterized by very low liquidity. It is very unlikely that a liquid secondary market will appear for the company’s shares. You probably won’t be able to sell your shares until the company is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange or the New Connect market in Warsaw, or another company buys it. Even if the company is bought by another company, your investment may still have very low liquidity. Even in the case of a successful business, liquidity or the sale of shares may not be likely for many years after the investment. For companies where aftermarket opportunities are available, finding a buyer or seller can be difficult, and investors should not assume that early exit will only be available because there is a secondary market.

3. Rarity of dividends
Most financing seekers rarely pay dividends. This means that if you invest in a business presented on Beesfund S.A. shared space on Crowdfunding Platform, you probably won’t see a return on capital or profit until you can sell your shares. Even in the case of a successful business, this is unlikely for many years since the investment was made. The above risk is not a general risk, but also a risk related to the Issuer’s activities.

4. Dilution of shares
All investments made in entities presented on be made available by Beesfund S.A. space on the Crowdfunding Platform may be diluted. This means that if a company raises additional capital at a later date, it will issue new shares to new investors, and the percentage of the company you own will decrease. These new shares may also have certain preferential rights to dividends, proceeds from sales and other matters, and the exercise of these rights may be to your disadvantage. Your investment may also be diluted as a result of granting options (or similar rights to acquire shares) to employees, service providers or some other persons with whom the business is conducted.

5. Risk diversification
Investments made in entities presented on be made available by Beesfund S.A. spaces on the Crowdfunding Platform should be made only within a well-diversified portfolio. This means that you should only invest a small portion of your investment capital in a single company. Most capital should be invested in safer, more liquid assets. It also means that you should spread your investment among many companies instead of investing a large amount in only one company.


Of course! You can buy any number of shares any number of times. Shares add up and prizes are awarded according to the final number of shares.

The packages are awarded according to the total number of shares purchased over the entire duration of the emission, not one-off purchases. This means that the package available from 10 shares will also be received by a person who buys 5 shares twice.

Full name and surname, together with Polish characters, as in the identity card. In addition, you must provide the shipping address of the shares – it does not have to be the same address as in your ID.

When purchasing shares, simply enter the address to which you want to receive your certificate provided (and any rewards, if any).

Purchase of shares for another person is possible. During the purchase process, in the “Provide contact details” step, you only need to provide the following information: name and surname of the person to whom the shares are to be issued (such as in the ID card) and the address to which the shares are to be sent.

A person who wants to buy shares for another person must provide a power of attorney before doing so. After purchasing the shares, a subscription form will be sent to the email address provided. The buyer does not have to print it or send it..

An investor living outside Poland can buy shares in the company. Investors living in the European Union (as well as in Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland and in territories dependent on EU countries) should choose the payment operator SEPA Payments when choosing the payment method in the tPay operator. For investors outside the European Union it is necessary
direct contact with the company to obtain transfer data.

After purchasing shares in this type of issue, no tax (including PCC) is payable.

Yes, an investor can sell his shares after finding an buyer. During the transaction is enough
complete the purchase contract form. You should also inform the company about such a transaction in order to enter the change in the share register. The tax should be paid in the event of a share sale or dividend payment by a company. When the shares are sold, the seller must pay 19% income tax on the gain on the sale. The buyer settles the purchase himself, paying the tax on civil law transactions (PCC).

The shares are sent by registered mail to the address provided in the process of purchasing the shares. Shares are dispatched after the issue is completed and the share capital increase of the Joint Stock Company is registered in the National Court Register. The whole process can take up to 2-3 months from the end of the emission.
If you have questions, please contact us via the email address provided on the issue page or send a private message on Facebook.

The nominal value of shares does not reflect the value of the company. The value of the company is determined by many difficult factors, such as growth prospects, social capital of employees, and potential profits. This applies especially to the new technologies industry. For example, if you think about the value of all equipment, real estate and other things that make up the assets of a company such as Facebook, then their value will be many times lower than Facebook’s listing on the stock exchange.

Funds paid will be returned to investors. The return conditions are specified in the regulations.

No, buying shares does not require a meeting with a notary .

The company is not listed on the stock exchange and its shares are outside the regulated market. Should the company decide to enter New Connect or WSE in the future, the company’s shares will be dematerialized and transferred to the brokerage account.