E-commerce, IT solutions and legal advisory – “What business bets on,” headlines Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. The Warsaw daily notes that since the beginning of 2011, the majority (1222) of newly founded companies in the country offer e-commerce services. Neither accountancy nor legal advisory firms can complain about business with more and more entrepreneurs, often lost in the maze of legal regulations, frequently seeking their professional advice. However, the bad news is that the number of enterprises going out of business in Poland still exceeds the number of those being created with grocery shops, beauty parlours and transport companies mostly likely to go bust, the latter mainly as a result of rising fuel prices.