Marek Krygier – CEO & Founder of company Business consulting eastern europe, since 2006 year has successfully introduced and developed new brands in Eastern Europe markets. Has wide experience in leading sales in consumer electronic markets. Proved ability to introduce new brands to the market, develop sales and able to maintain schedules and work within time and defined P&L.
Marek Krygier graduated from the Faculty of Transport at the Warsaw University of Technology. He also completed postgraduate studies in management in the automotive industry at Warsaw School of Economics.
For most of his career he was involved in the automotive industry and modern transport technologies. He worked for Philips Car Systems as a product manager and then began long-term cooperation with Harman / Becker Automotive Systems, which resulted in the launch of its mobile navigation products first in Poland and then in all of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. He collaborated with Navteq digital map maker (now Here). He conducted a number of trainings, press conferences, presentations in Warsaw, Riga, Moscow, Prague, Bucharest, Budapest, Kiev and many others.
Since 2012 he has been working with the French company Coyote, leading Coyote System Polska company and team to create a community of drivers, who exchange traffic information in real time to improve their safety on the road.
At the beginning of 2018, together with Denis Hausberger, the owner of Solectric GmbH, he opened the Polish branch of Solectric, a German distributor of innovative consumer electronics and STEAM products. Solectric GmbH Polska has been authorized by DJI in the field of drones for industry, 360-degree cameras, the most popular manufacturer Insta360, “All in One” XGIMI projectors, which were created in cooperation with Harman, and educational robots, the global market leader, Abilix. The company is already preparing new products and is dynamically expanding the team in Poland.
Przemysław Obłoza is experienced product and operational manager of new technology and automotive industry. The scope of responsibilities include use of technical knowledge, analytical skills, marketing and management.
Przemysław has 11 years of experience in supporting international clients in startups, building and managing structures, product launches and development on market. He has experience in building and organizing back office, customer support and call center.
Worked for Nokia (Here unit) and Coyote Systems. Cartographer and database specialist by profession, graduated Warsaw University of Technology.
Leading DJI Enterprise team in Solectric GmbH Polska company.
Marcin Niebudek is experienced sales manager of new technology products. Working with Amervox and Parrot brand gave him significient knowledge of b2b2c market in Poland. Has experience in building and organizing sales structure of independent dealers, specialized retail chains and business customers. 15 years of field work makes him very confident about market in Poland.
Krzysztof Przewozniak is sociologist of medicine and health with almost 35 years experience in public health, cancer and tobacco control, health promotion and media campaigning. Basically, he works at WHO Collaborating Centre that is affiliated to Department of Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention at the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology in Warsaw, Poland. He is President and main founder of the Foundation ‘Smart Health – Health in 3D’, Co-founder of the Interdisciplinary School of Health Promotion for Seniors and the Summer School of Global Health for American students at the Collegium Civitas in Warsaw. In his work, he focuses on new challenges in public health, including impact of globalization and new technologies on health. He took part in preparing and enforcing the long-term and annual national health, cancer control and tobacco policy strategies and laws. He also advised in public health to Polish government during Polish Presidency at the European Council.
Author or co-author over 200 scientific publications, including over 50 papers published in peer-reviewed international journals and 20 books. For his scientific, social and public health work, he was awarded by President of the Republic of Poland, Ministry of Health, Polish Academy of Sciences, UICC Globalink Network, European Network for Smoking Prevention, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.