Michał Broniatowski has started his career in 1979 in Polish Television. He also worked for the British Television Agency ITN, Associated Press and Reuters Group plc. He was a member of the Board of Directors of ITI and member of the Supervisory Board of Grupa Onet and worked as deputy president at the biggest private Russian information agency Interfax. In 2013 he co-created the new Ukrainian information channel Espreso TV.
Michał Broniatowski: “Working for a brand like Forbes is a great challenge. Together with the editorial team of Forbes we will continue creating the most opinion-leading and prestigious business magazine in Poland.”
Edyta Sadowska, CEO Ringier Axel Springer Poland: “Michał Broniatowski is a well-known and respected journalist. I am convinced that he will further accelerate the digital transformation of Forbes. I thank Kazimierz Krupa for his dedication to Forbes Magazine.”
The polish edition of Forbes has been launched in 2004 and has become the largest business magazine in Poland. It describes the most important economic events in Poland and in the world and business strategies.
About Ringier Axel Springer Media AG
Ringier Axel Springer Media AG was founded in 2010 by the Swiss Ringier AG and the German Axel Springer SE and bundles the activities of both shareholders in Central and Eastern Europe. The company operates in the growth markets of Poland, Slovakia and Serbia with a broad range of media services, comprising more than 100 online and print offerings. The company’s registered offices are in Zurich and it employs a total of about 2300 employees.