Paweł Mączka

CEO of SocialCube. Graduate of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology. Paweł has spent more than 10 years in the IT industry. In 2013, he helped found Storware, where as Chief Technology Officer he is responsible for product development. In January 2018, he founded SocialCube, an agency specializing in social media consulting for IT companies, where he serves as CEO. He also created the proprietary social selling program Connect Influence Grow. It helps build credibility and recognition on the web and transform an expert brand into real business benefits. Paweł also organises a cyclical meet up of Social selling Cube Poland and helps train organisations in social selling and personal branding. Visionary, educator, creative mind, always open to new challenges.


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