I work (on both sides of The Atlantic Ocean) with global brands on crafting digital ventures with corporation and startups.
Me and my teams (created for the needs of specific challenges) helped the following companies: IKEA, Roche, Bayer, Shell, LaGardere, P&G, Carrefour.
The history of my life is related to startups, financing rounds, technology scaling. I have 5 startups on my account, 3 of which went bankrupt and 2 allowed me to open champagne and enjoy the money earned.
Investing own money, managing teams, accepting failures taught me how important customer is in designing and monetizing innovation. It is the client, knowledge and information from customers that allow companies to build market-fit products. However, in order to use the information from clients, the company needs to be able to receive mass feedback, automatically analyze it and quickly implement this information into service and product features.
I want my work to inject large companies with such an approach, based on quick experiments with clients, speed, lean cost structure and growth hacking approach.
I was a speaker at key business events, conferences such as: Digital Creativity in Dallas, Advertising Week in New York, Vator.Tv in San Francisco, Start-up Week in Vienna, the Top 500 Investors meeting in Warsaw, The Lewiatan’s Business Angels Gala in Warsaw.
I also love to contribute and share my insights with: The Huffington Post, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Newsweek, and others.
I was even named “One of the most creative Poles in business” but I am not sure if they are right.