We support the development of innovative digital solutions in all sectors of the Polish economy. We believe that digitalisation may increase the competitiveness of the Polish economy and support the development of a modern society.

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About us

Thinktankcyfrowy.pl is a joint initiative of Dirlango, Facebook, Microsoft, Poczta Polska and UPC Poland conducted under the auspices of the Polish Chamber of Commerce for the purposes of increasing the competitiveness of the Polish economy and building a modern society in the dynamically changing conditions of the global market.

Our mission & goals

We believe that digitisation may increase the competitiveness of the Polish economy and support the development of a modern society. Therefore, we foster the development of innovative solutions in all sectors of the Polish economy.

Our actions & plans

We will promote predictable and sustainable conditions that stimulate the digitisation of the Polish economy and the development of innovative entrepreneurship. We will support any investments aimed at the development of digital infrastructure, content and services, and foster the development of digital tools and skills. We will instigate dialogue between business, policy makers and public administration, as well as share our knowledge and good practices.

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Members of the Board

The TTC's board consists of people with years of experience in public affairs and development of new technologies. Members of TTCPL.pl daily contribute to the creation of such solutions, so that Polish economy becomes competitive on the world stage.

  1. Patrycja Gołos - Co-Chair - Corporate Affairs and Public Policy Director - UPC Poland

    She is a senior manager who is responsible for external relations, public policy and regulatory measures. She has over fifteen years of experience in the telecommunications and media industry, in particular in the field of telecommunication infrastructure, pay TV and modern digital services. She has been involved in projects for the promotion of digital competences, entrepreneurship and competitive economy for many years. Patrycja Gołos is a vice-president of the Polish Chamber of Electronic Communication (PIKE), serves on the board of the Private Media Employer Association of the Lewiatan Confederation and co-chairs the Digital Economy Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland.

  2. Jakub Turowski - Co-Chair - Head of Public Policy - Facebook

    In order to support the development of the Internet and digital solutions in Poland, Jakub is responsible for building relationships between Facebook and the policymakers, regulators, NGOs and other communities interested in a broad spectrum of topics related to the Internet. Jakub has an over 10 years experience of work related to regulations and digital economy. Prior to joining Facebook, Jakub was responsible for the development and management of Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs Department at the cable operator UPC Polska. During his career, he had the opportunity to work with key stakeholders and decision-makers in Poland and Brussels, promoting the added value that the Internet and digital economy provide for the Polish society. Jakub gained international experience in the field of digital economy in Brussels while working during four years for Belgacom on the digital agenda and European regulations. Jakub also worked in PwC and is a graduate of icHEC Brussels Management School. Jakub is also Vice-chair of the Digitial Technologies Employers Chamber at the Lewiatan Chamber of Commerce.

  3. Łukasz Wejchert - Founder - Dirlango

    Founder at the Dirlango Group, whose current portfolio includes: JustWIFI – a wifi market place, iTaxi – Poland’s leading taxi ordering app, Virgin Mobile Polska – a 2.0 MVNO, LeadR – specialized in databases and targeted email marketing solutions and Netsprint – a leading provider of marketing platforms and technologies for advertisers and publishers.
    Council Member of the Civil Development Forum Foundation (“Fundacja Forum Obywatelskiego Rozwoju”), established by Prof. Leszek Balcerowicz.
    For many years he was the CEO and shareholder of Onet.pl Group. He was also associated with TVN television until 2011, where he served as the Vice-President responsible for Online.

  4. Michał Fura - Public Affairs and Corporate Communications Manager - UPC Poland

    He is responsible for the management of corporate communications and public affairs in UPC Poland, simultaneously acting as its spokesperson. He is in charge of developing and implementing the company’s corporate communication strategy, managing relations with stakeholders responsible for the development of digital infrastructure and digital economy, as well as media relations, while pursuing the business goals of the biggest cable operator in the Polish market. He has over ten years of experience in the telecommunications and media industry, specialising in matters related to new technologies, media and telecommunications, mergers and acquisitions, as well as advertising, marketing communications and Public Relations. He worked as a journalist and expert for such papers as e.g. Gazeta Prawna and Dziennik Gazety Prawnej. He has graduated in economics with major in international trade and psychology in management from the Kozminski University in Warsaw.

  5. Piotr Marczuk - Corporate Policy Director - Microsoft

    Piotr Marczuk has graduated in law from the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. He joined the Polish team at Microsoft in April 2008. He holds the position of Public Policy Director, being responsible for cooperation with representatives of public administration, business organisations and non-governmental organisations. Piotr is also in charge of supporting local Microsoft offices in their cooperation with public administration bodies in such countries as Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Ukraine. Between 1998 and 2008, his career was associated with British American Tobacco where he held various positions related to the company’s corporate policy. Between 2005 and 2008, he was the Stakeholder Dialogue Manager in Brussels.