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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

More and more fathers are taking parental leave because they want to

On the occasion of Father's Day, the Share the Care Foundation, in partnership with Gillette, launched the third edition of the Men at 100...

ASK THE PROFESSOR

Christoper Korten is an American historian, a professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and an experienced IELTS trainer with over 860 thousand...

Andrea Bocelli

The Italian star tenor, composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music producer – Andrea Bocelli, will give 10 concerts in Europe during his 2024/2025 international tour....

Fantasy Art in Warsaw

The 3rd edition of the “Fantasy Art in Warsaw” exhibition offers exclusive access to almost 60 art pieces, most of which have not been...

How Poland stands in the AI-era

Can the process of Polish convergence at its current pace be sustained, or is it just a historical anomaly, and how does AI affect ...

Cautiously optimistic

After the pandemic, we are now facing the war in Ukraine, high inflation, high energy and high construction costs. The list of challenges is actually expanding and it affects both business and consumer behavior. What does it mean for Reckitt and its brands and what’s the outlook for Poland? Sylwia Ziemacka talked to Nikos Tsakalakis, General Manager, Poland, Eastern Europe, Baltics and Ukraine, Reckitt.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
“I believe our unique selling point is that we focus on what brings us together. Poland Weekly offers something you will not find anywhere else: a truly international and unifying perspective focused on content that builds cooperation and mutual understanding. This attitude doesn't make us naïve, but it allows us to focus on mutual understanding and a search for solutions. There are so many new challenges that we are all facing, such as energy transformation, climate change and supply chain disruption, to name but a few. By working together and sharing good practices, we can achieve so much more.”
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