The General Assembly of the Polish Business Roundtable has elected its new board for the next two-year term. Wojciech Kostrzewa, the CEO of Billon Group, an entrepreneur and manager with nearly thirty years of professional experience, became the association’s president.
Wojciech Kostrzewa replaced Jacek Szwajcowski, the CEO of Pelion Healthcare Group, who had led the Polish Business Roundtable for the last four years. During that time, Wojciech Kostrzewa has served as a vice-president of the organization and chairman of the of the Competition Jury of the Polish Business Roundtable Award, one of the most prestigious business awards in Poland. Since 2007, he has also served as a Vice-President of the Polish Confederation Lewiatan, a leading Polish employers’ organization.
– It is a special moment and a great honour for me to become the President of the organisation to which I have belonged for twenty-five years – says Wojciech Kostrzewa. – My agenda for the coming years is not revolutionary. We will continue our work to promote entrepreneurship in Poland, monitor economic and legal situation of Polish business, and support civic campaigns – declares the new president of the Polish Business Roundtable.
The new board of the Polish Business Roundtable comprises of some of the most distinguished business figures in Poland. The association’s vice-presidents are: Małgorzata Adamkiewicz (Adamed), Teresa Mokrysz (Mokate), Zbigniew Jakubas (Multico), Jacek Olechowski (Mediacap), Marian Owerko (Uno Capital), and Marek Żołędziowski (Group One).
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The Polish Confederation of Private Employers’ Lewiatan and 54 other employers’ organizations have called Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to maintain the limit on contributions to the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS). A draft budget for 2020 presented by the Polish government assumes an elimination of this limit. In the appeal, employers’ organizations warn that the elimination […]