Izabela Karolczyk-Szafrańska Join InPost in 2018 as Marketing Manager. Currently, the Director of Group Marketing will be responsible for the international marketing strategy and brand development of the InPost Group.
Simon Wash He has been with InPost since April 4, 2022, and previously held the position of Business Development Officer. In his new role, he will be responsible for the strategy and development of new digital products, among other things, and building InPost’s position in the e-commerce marketplace.
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Szymon Wałach previously joined PKO BP
Since 2010, Wałach has been associated with PKO Bank Polski, where he has been responsible for the area of individual clients, digital transformation, innovation and bank strategy. He has worked in the banking sector since 2000.
He started working at Salomon Smith Barney. He gained his following experience at Boston Consulting Group and UniCredit/Pekao.
We are one of the fastest growing technology companies in Europe. We recognize the scale of the challenges, especially in new markets, but we won’t slow down. That is why we have decided to expand the composition of the Board of Directors to properly oversee our main operations both in Europe and in new areas of business, where we are not yet present. “I am proud to have appointed some of the best managers in Poland in their fields to the Board of Directors,” said Rafai Przewska, Group Chairman.
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