MOSCOW (MRC) -- Jakub Kosmowski has been appointed the new Marketing Director of the Unipetrol Group. Jakub Kosmowski has thirteen years of experience in marketing. In 2010, he founded the JFK Studio marketing and graphic design company based in Krakow, said the company.
In 2016 and 2017, he worked as marketing manager for the Krakow branch of Mercedes-Benz Polska.
Jakub Kosmowski (31) is also a former athlete. In 2008, he was the Polish windsurfing champion, and he fought his way into the European championship finals in the same year. He was born in Krakow, Poland. He is married and has two children. He is a graduate of the University of Management and Banking in Krakow.
"My objective is the intensive coordination of marketing activities of all the subsidiaries of our group and the profiling of the brand with regard to the fact that the current majority owner of Unipetrol, the Polish petrochemical giant PKN Orlen, is becoming its 100% owner," explained Jakub Kosmowski, Director of the Marketing Division of the Unipetrol Group, adding: "It is great for me to come to such an amazing team. I aim to combine both creativity and efficient use of our resources when planning and implementing our marketing activities."
The Marketing Division of the Unipetrol Group consists of the wholesale marketing and retail marketing departments and ensures the marketing activities of the Unipetrol Group and its subsidiaries, including the promotion of the wholesale brands Spolana, Liten, Mosten, Spolsan and Chezacarb, and the retail brands Benzina, Verva, Efecta, Stop Cafe, Paramo and Mogul.
The Unipetrol Group is the largest refinery and petrochemical company in the Czech Republic. It focuses primarily on crude oil processing, distribution and sale of fuel and petrochemical products — particularly plastics and fertilisers. In all these fields, the group is a key player on both the Czech and Central European market. The Unipetrol Group includes refineries and production plants in Litvinov and Kralupy nad Vltavou, Paramo with the Mogul brand in Pardubice and Kolin, Spolana in Neratovice, and two research centres in Litvinov and Brno. Unipetrol also owns the Benzina network of petrol stations with 406 stations, which is the largest chain in the Czech Republic. Unipetrol is one of the largest companies in the Czech Republic in terms of turnover. The group created revenue of over CZK 122 billion last year and employs more than 4600 people. In 2005, Unipetrol became part of the PKN Orlen Group, the largest crude oil processor in Central Europe.