Radek Walentynowicz is a cross-cultural trainer and consultant with nine years experience. He is the author of several publications relating to cross-cultural business communication and has delivered training sessions in most EU countries, plus Ukraine, Russia and the USA.
His main interest is in acquiring foreign languages – German, Dutch and English for example – and he's also a chess fanatic. It's not all about the intellectual, though – he's also into physical activities such as tennis and skiing, though not usually at the same time.
In his student days he used to spend his summers hitchhiking around Europe. Nowadays he's swapped his thumb for a bicycle, and heads out on two-wheeled adventures in neighbouring countries such as Belarus.
Radek will tell us about the colours of culture.
Tomasz Jakub Sysło
Tomasz Jakub Sysło has a colourful personality. Digital ninja, social influencer, trendsetter, social media specialist. Also graphic artist, blogger, street art freak, DJ and academic teacher at the Department of Journalism and Social Communication at the University of Wrocław. As you can see, creativity and multitasking are words which describe him the best.
Tomasz will tell us a story about the colours of art.
Marcin Walencik is a social media influencer, trendsetter, photographer, drawer and, some would say, fashion victim. He is one of the co-founders of Igers Wroclaw, an Instagram account created by people who love and are inspired by the city of Wrocław. He wants to share his fascination with the city and its diversity through photographs posted on Instagram, which present Wrocław as it really is.
He has been a co-owner for several years of TEACHERSteam.pl, one of the biggest companies in Poland offering in-company language training in Poland – currently in 28 cities. His friends say he has a weird talent for being in the right place at the right time.
Marcin's story prepared for us is about the colours of city.