Bartosz Łopiński

Chief Executive Officer

In 2003, together with Mateusz Nomańczuk, he founded Billennium and has been the company's CEO ever since. He graduated from the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology. For over 16 years he has been building a company which, despite many challenges along the way, develops at an extraordinary pace. He likes to be on time, and even more so - to anticipate trends. Bartosz Łopiński believes that thanks to technology, it is possible to influence the world positively and that when managing a company, one should take responsibility for the environment.

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I've tried a lot of things in my life. I did not avoid different physical labor, and after graduation, I went to an advertising school, which enabled me to work on the radio. At first, I wasn't sure which studies to choose, I hesitated between management and computer science, but thanks to my grandfather's encouragement, the second one won.
I founded Billennium with Mateusz Nomańczuk, with whom I not only have worked but also have spent time on snowboarding or diving and surfing. Some other people came to Billennium with us, one of whom is still working today. I remember the difficult beginnings when I had to use all my credit cards to pay wages.
Thanks to persistence and consistency, as well as the commitment of the Billennials, today I manage a company with more than 1,000 employees. I believe that with the size of the company, our responsibility grows - that's why I take more and more care to ensure that technology has a positive impact on the environment.

Bille Squad Member

I believe that "can't be done" is strongly overrated - both in business and private life. Although working in Billennium and building the company is very important to me, I also love water sports - sailing, swimming, kite surfing. I also like to read biographies of people who inspire me, such as Richard Branson, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Jack Welch, Henry Ford or Jeff Bezos. I am also interested in design and applied arts, so I like to spend time browsing through catalogues dedicated to this field. Minimalism is very close to me and fascinates me on how to achieve perfection through simplification. Because the key to perfection lies in limiting, not adding.