Grzegorz Dzik
Grzegorz Dzik
Head of Supervisory Board

The creator of Poland’s largest group of companies specializing in outsourcing of services for enterprises, and Poland’s largest private employer. The main shareholder of Impel S.A. In 1999-2004 Chairman of the Company’s Supervisory Board. As from 5 January 2004, President of the Management Board of Impel S.A.

As of 2007, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Vantage Development S.A. Member of the Supervisory Board of TIM S.A. As from 2013, Member of the Supervisory Board of Impel Safety S.A.

An activist promoting economic environments. In 1998-2012 President, and as from 13 September 2012, Chairman of the Board of the Western Chamber of Commerce, the Sponsor of the Gryf Economic Prize, actively supporting Polish companies and promoting the economic partnership with Ukraine. In 2002-2005, Vice President of the Confederation of Polish Employers. In 2009, Mr Grzegorz Dzik was appointed Honorary Consul of Ukraine.

Actively involved in social and charity activities. Since 2006, Chairman of the Board in the Foundation “Help Children Suffering from Cancer”, involved in its activities since 1998. An active initiator of the construction of the Przylądek Nadziei (Cape of Hope) Clinical Hospital for Children. Member of the Board of Trustees at the Academic Clinical Hospital in Wrocław since 2000. In 2003, Mr Grzegorz Dzik was appointed by Jan Nowak-Jeziorański Council Member of the College of Eastern Europe. Since 2012, Chairman of the Board of the Młoda Gwardia Foundation.

The laureate of prestigious awards and distinctions including: The Bull of Success 2002 , Wektory 2005, White Tiger Laurel, and The One Who Changes Polish Industry. The Knight of the Order of Smile for taking actions bringing joy to children – the only distinction granted by children. Honoured with Victoria 2006 by Stowarzyszenie Klubu Ludzi Życzliwych (Kind People Association), in recognition of his special merits in saving life and health of children, as well as humanitarian activities. Promoter of the Ukrainian culture and art.

Mr Grzegorz Dzik graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Wrocław University of Technology