Speaker


13-14 NOVEMBER 2019
WARSAW, POLAND


3000+ TALENTED WOMENT IN IT,
ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION


EXPO XXI
PRĄDZYŃSKIEGO WARSAW

Krystyna Boczkowska

Bosch Poland
CEO

Krystyna Boczkowska has been the co-creator of Bosch’s success in Poland for over 25 years. she started at the company in January 1992 as the Manager of the newly created local Bosch office, to become the company’s CEO in 2006. Krystyna Boczkowska belongs to the most influential and enterprising women in Poland, she received many titles of the Woman of the Year, Manager of the Year, or a person with high achievements towards the development of the car market in Poland. She is active in many employer organisations, such as the Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce or the Lewiatan Confederation. She is actively engaging not just in business, but also various social initiatives. The most important ones include improvement of the technical education and promotion of modern trade education in Poland, as well as promotion of diversity in business. Since 2011 she has been active in Kongres Kobiet [Congress of Women] as a member of the Program Council, since 2014 she has also been active in Fundacja Liderek Biznesu.

Krystyna Boczkowska graduated from the Precision Mechanics Faculty of the Warsaw University of Technology and the postgraduate studies in international trade at the Warsaw School of Economics, as well as MBA Executive Studies in Finance.

 

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