Grzegorz Strutyński. Credit: GTC
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Grzegorz Strutyński joins GTC as Country Manager responsible for operations in Poland

GTC has appointed Grzegorz Strutyński to the position of Country Manager, Poland. He will be responsible for all activities taken by the Company in Poland.

Grzegorz Strutyński has led an outstanding career in senior management positions for major international real estate companies. Prior to joining GTC, Mr. Strutyński held the position of Commercial Director Poland for Globalworth, being responsible for leasing, asset management, marketing and project management.  

Before that, and for five years, he held the position of Commercial Director and Member of the Board of HB Reavis Poland, managing the leasing, marketing and other commercial functions as well as closely cooperating with acquisition and design development teams on new projects and disposals of office buildings. Mr. Strutyński has also 9 years of an extensive experience with Skanska in Warsaw and Budapest at a senior management level. 

„I’m joining GTC in a very challenging time of global pandemic which affected almost every part of our lives. I want to use my knowledge and years of experience to support GTC in the normalization process and lead it to the further success.” – said Grzegorz Strutyński, Country Manager Poland at GTC

Robert Snow, member of the Management Board of GTC S.A., welcomed Grzegorz Strutyński to the company with an address of the importance of GTC’s ongoing development in Poland which requires experienced leadership and skills thus the appointment of Mr. Strutyński is good news all round. 

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