At the same time, Tomasz Zuranski, the previous president, has been promoted to the supervisory board of Vectra, where, in addition to the duties resulting from his new role, he will be responsible for the company’s strategic development projects.
Vectra says it is also starting the process of selecting a financial investor for its infrastructure company Vectra Investments.
It adds that: “Strengthening the supervisory board and the management board is the result of consistent implementation of the adopted business strategy of the company and ambitious development plans for the coming years. In 2027, the Gdynia-based company intends to reach 10 million households with a full range of products and services via modern fibre-optic infrastructure. Pursuing this ambition, Vectra wants to become one of the largest fibre optic suppliers in Poland and market leaders when it comes to products and services offered through a modern and extensive network. Due to the scale of the planned expansion and the relatively short time horizon, the company, in cooperation with renowned transaction advisors, Rothschild & Co and Investment Banking has the process of selecting a financial investor with infrastructure experience for its infrastructure company Vectra Investments. At the same time, Vectra continues to invest in the expansion and improvement of the existing network and in the development of the product and service offer for current and future customers”.
Bartowiak has many years of practice in managing or co-managing companies from various industries, including pharmaceutical, paper, automotive, IT and telecommunications. In recent years, he was a member of the management board for financial matters, a member of the management board for operational matters, VP and president of the Inea Group, a provider of fibre-optic internet, TV, telephony and professional services.