Polish Council of Shopping Centres is strengthening its management

New experts to be included in the board are associated with Amrest, Apsys, Dentons and Atrium among other companies.

PCSC’s Board of management has introduced its newest members. Top experts in retail and specialized services are now a part of Council comprised of industry’s top professionals. The addition of new affiliates will not only alter work quality of the Council but most importantly it’s impact on retail industry in Poland.

New experts added to the board:

  • Justyna Kur (Apsys)
  • Grzegorz Grajkowski (Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield),
  • Piotr Staniszewski (Dentons),
  • Agata Brzezińska (Pradera),
  • Paweł Korobacz (Yes),
  • Jakub Bilik (Amrest),
  • Karol Bartos (Atrium European Real Estate).

Members of the board are professionals actively working to optimize growth of retail, services, real estate management, brand development and gastronomy in Poland.

Aforementioned experts will strengthen the board of:

  • Aleksandra Zentile-Miller (Chapman Taylor) – President
  • Elżbieta Dmowska-Mędrzycka (Mediadem) –  Vice-president
  • Radosław Knap – General Director
  • Marek  Cichocki (Reteam Poland),
  • Sebastian Koziara (Regus),

‘During times of rapid changes in retail and its legislative environment, finding a common ground for dialogue is key for all our parties. As a non-profit entity we strive to become industry’s think tank in market research and education, as well as assistance for our partners and promoters of industry’s positive image.’ says Aleksandra Zentile-Miller, President of The Council.

The Polish Council of Shopping Centers is the biggest organization in Poland that gathers companies related to the shopping centres and high streets industry. The Polish Council of Shopping Centres (PRCH) is a not-for-profit association that represents more than 240 businesses operating on the commercial real estate market. We are the Polish national partner of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and were established in Poland in 2003.

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