– a new support platform for businesses by ING

Source: ING Bank Śląski

The purpose of the platform is to support people who are just thinking about starting a business and those who already run their businesses. ING Bank Poland wants them to be able to create and develop a healthy business with the expert help of ING.

The service is free and open to anyone looking for reliable business tips and practical tools. The portal has been prepared with future and current entrepreneurs and companies and already existing ones, as support at every stage of their business journey.

Currently, consists of two modules: Guides and News. The content concerns the verification of a business idea, financing, accounting, or ecological solutions for entrepreneurs and companies.

“ING’s goal is to support our customers in achieving their personal and business goals. is another step in the implementation of the ING strategy, which assumes supporting entrepreneurship and raising awareness in the ESG area. We want to make it easier to build a healthy and competitive business based on strong foundations,” – emphasizes Ewa Łuniewska, Vice President of the Management Board of ING Bank Poland. is a website for enterprising people who are looking for expert content in various fields. The website guides entrepreneurs and companies step by step through individual issues that are important at every stage of their business life. Our research shows that customers need such extensive support,” – said Jakub Wojteczek, President of the Management Board of ING Services for Business.

At, users can learn about the challenges and opportunities related to the ESG area. The Bank wants to encourage entrepreneurs and companies to engage in sustainable activities, which is why the website includes e.g. good practices that will enable the creation of prospective businesses (e.g. a contract with a large contractor, meeting the growing environmental expectations of customers) and resistance to what the future may bring (regulations that may also directly affect smaller enterprises).


Source: the Bank`s press release dated January 30, 2023