On January 24 we're organizing OpenReaktor #61!
On monthly #OpenReaktor events we open up Reaktor, a startup mansion in Żoliborz (Central-North Warsaw), inviting interesting speakers and gathering the whole Warsaw startup scene in one place to network. Hot Pizza, cold beer, great location, wonderful people and fantastic speakers!
18:00 Beer & Networking
19:15 Aleksander Dąbrowski - Hey dev, become a co-founder, it's nice and smooth transition (they said)
19:45 Tomasz Staśkiewicz - Why each start-up should hire consultants 40+?
20:15 Alicja Cessak - TL;DR: GDPR Highlights of the Resolution
Aleksander Dąbrowski is a co-founder and CTO of KOLEO - a train timetable app and the best place for buying train tickets in Poland. Before KOLEO he had worked for 7 years as a developer in various places, from start-ups to marketing agency. Leisure is overrated, so Olek ran a blog about programming, used to teach coding and finally decided to build something on his own. It's been 4 years since he started building KOLEO. Personally Olek is also a Warsaw city guide and particularly enjoys deleting ugly code.
Tomasz Staśkiewicz is experienced manager and business coach with 20+ years of experience. He provided over 1000 training days. He works for biggest companies in Poland and start-ups. His professional experience contains business trainings, content marketing and project management.He was manager of biggest polish HR events (Konferencja & Targi Kadry). He has published in naTemat.pl, INN:Poland, Personel i Zarządzanie, Personel Plus, Zarządzanie i Rozwój, HR Standard and others. Co-founder of Narzędziownia - self-development organization for coaches. Leader of Fuckup Nights Warsaw - event for entrepreneurs.
Associate in Snażyk Granicki law firm. She specialises in personal data and corporate law. She has gained professional experience in course of cooperation with Warsaw law offices and during foreign internships (Permanent Representation of the RP to the EU in Brussels, GMX Law in Valletta). Moreover, Alicja Cessak is a semi-finalist of the International Air Law Moot Court Competition. At present, Alicja is a trainee advocate at the Bar Association in Warsaw and a member of the editorial team of "Młoda Palestra" magazine. She is trained as a lawyer (Lazarski University) and a translator of English and French (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Applied Linguistics). For a year she studied European and international law at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium under the Erasmus Programme.