Managing Director, Thomson Reuters Russia & CIS
Piotr is an experienced Fortune 500 global business leader whose career spans more than 15 years with Thomson Reuters. He possesses a strong knowledge of information technology and media markets due to his myriad roles in sales and marketing, customer service, business development and finance.
He has a proven track record of driving profitable growth across key business units in six different regions across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Americas and Russia CIS.
Currently Piotr is based in Moscow where he is Managing Director, Thomson Reuters Russia & CIS. His responsibilities include managing profitable short and long term growth of all the businesses including strategy definition and implementation, as well as balancing the external market environment, opportunities, risks, products and resources to optimize performance.
Prior to moving to Russia, he spent five years in operational leadership roles, most recently serving two years as Head of Business Planning and Operations, Americas, F&R, based in New York City. In 2009 he became Global Head of Business Planning and Operations, Global Sales and Customer Service, based in London.
Before moving into business operations, Piotr worked in a myriad of front line sales jobs across Dubai, Africa and Europe that included Transactions Sales Specialist, Capital Markets, Business Development Manager and Head of Channel Marketing responsibilities.
Prior to joining Reuters Piotr worked as a radio journalist in Poland – editing and presenting news and morning information review on Radio Free Europe.
Born in Lodz, Poland, Piotr received a Master’s Degree in International Economics from Warsaw School of Economics and also studied at Bocconi University in Milan. He also holds a Community of European Management Schools (CEMS) Master’s Degree in International Management from Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
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