AGL 338: Bartosz Skwarczek, CEO of the G2A Group

About Bartosz

An entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience, coach, mentor, and public speaker. The founder of G2A.COM, the largest and most dynamically developing global marketplace with vouchers for digital products such as games, gift cards, subscriptions, or software. The marketplace already has had over 25 million users from 180 countries around the world.

A winner of the Forbes magazine’s BrandMe CEO award given to the best CEOs in the country, as well as of the Digital Shaper Award, the Gold Medal of Polish Academy of Success, and the Manager of the Year title awarded by the government of the Subcarpathian Voivodeship where G2A.COM began its journey. He’s also a co-founder and member of many business organizations such as the International Leaders Forum, Google Next Gen CEO Club, Facebook Client Advisory Board, and the Polish Council of Global Businessmen. Speaker for business events such as The Economic Forum, Merchants Payment Ecosystem Conference in Berlin, MIT in Boston, or Gamescom in Cologne.

Graduate of the AGH University of Krakow and the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, as well as Executive Education programs on Harvard (Finance), MIT (IT, Blockchain, Platformization, Productivity), and Oxford (Fintech).

He also actively participates in society – he initiated the creation of the dział platform for organizing aid for Ukraine, with several dozen companies joining in solidarity. He’s involved in the SaveTheChildren program and supports local orphanages. Privately, he loves animals and is a fan of tennis.

Today We Talked About

  • Bartosz Background
  • Gamers
  • Why?
  • Trust
  • Feedback
  • Payments
  • Hard Work
  • Lead by Example
  • Ego
  • Listen, then Respond
  • Global Standups
  • People and Attracting them
  • Learning

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