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IBM Appoints Marcin Gajdziński as General Manager for IBM Poland and Baltics

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The following is an English language version of an announcement originally published on 22 November 2021 in the IBM Poland blog.

WARSAW, Poland, November 22, 2021– IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced the appointment of Marcin Gajdziński as General Manager for IBM Poland and Baltics. Mr. Gajdzinski succeeds Mr. Jaroslaw Szymczuk, who has been appointed as General Manager for IBM Consulting in Central and Eastern Europe.

Mr. Gajdzinski will be responsible for IBM’s overall business operations across Poland and Baltics in addition to his current role as the technology leader, driving business growth and client satisfaction.

“Marcin is a highly respected leader with strong market knowledge, technology expertise and a true partner to our clients through their transformation journeys,” said Wolfgang Wendt, General Manager, IBM Central Eastern Europe. “I would like to thank Jaroslaw Szymczuk for his role in driving IBM’s business and footprint in Poland and Baltics and wish him success in his new role.”

Mr. Gajdzinski brings extensive knowledge of the Polish market, deep industry and technology expertise and over 20 years of diversified experience.

“We are at a pivotal point in shaping the future of our industry. By leveraging IBM’s AI and hybrid cloud solutions, consulting expertise and our ecosystem partners we can further accelerate the dynamic growth of our clients’ businesses more effectively,” said Marcin Gajdziński.

Both announcements are effective immediately.

Monika Maciąg-Kruszewska

External Relations Leader, IBM Poland & Baltics

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