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Numer KRS: 59944
August 5, 2021 / 13:34
The Management Board of Agora S.A. with its seat in Warsaw ("Agora", "Company") informs that, pursuant to the provisions of § 28 section 3 of the Company's Articles of Association, on 5 August 2021, the Management Board appointed Ms Agnieszka Siuzdak-Zyga, by co-opting.
In the Management Board of Agora S.A. she will supervise the Gazeta.pl division.
Ms. Agnieszka Siuzdak-Zyga has been associated with Agora since 2006. Most of the time she worked in the Internet segment of the Company, successively as an editor, publisher, head of newsroom and director of news websites. Until 2018, as the director of content business growth, she co-created the development directions of Gazeta.pl, tested new business opportunities and was responsible, i.a., for marketing, SEO and business analysis. In October 2018, she took the position of the director of the Gazeta.pl division, responsible for the management of this area, financial result and business development of the portal.
Agnieszka Siuzdak-Zyga is a team leader and manager with over 10 years of experience in the digital media industry. She has experience in building editorial teams, change management, business development and creating an effective and innovative work culture.
She is a graduate of the University of Warsaw, with completed numerous training courses, including those in the field of developing leadership skills. She was born in 1983.
Ms Agnieszka Siuzdak-Zyga is not listed in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept by the National Court Register. She does not conduct any activity competitive to the Company, and does not participate in a competitive company as a partner in a civil partnership, partnership, or as a member of a competitive capital company or a member of any competitive legal entity.
Legal basis: § 5 point 5 in connection with from § 10 of the Regulation of the Minister of Finance of 29 March 2018 on current and periodic information published by issuers of securities and conditions for recognizing as equivalent information required by the law of a non-member state.