AmCham Poland has the pleasure to invite you to the
Kraków Business Mixer in Cracow and a Book Launch.
Wednesday, October 27, 2021,
6:30 - 8:30 pm
at the Sheraton Grand Krakow Hotel,
7 Powisle street, Cracow
U.S. Consul General to Cracow, Patrick Slowinski will be our Guest of Honor
The condition for live participation in the meeting is to present a certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19 or proof of recovery (digital or paper) or a negative coronavirus test issued by a medical facility, which cannot be older than 24 hours.
John Lynch, AmCham Kraków founder and AmCham Poland Board Member will make a short presentation on his reflections on 30 years living in Poland and then introduce his debut novel:
Published by Ringier Axel Springer
A story inspired by real events.
A young aspiring yet visionary designer-entrepreneur is building a successful fashion house in Poland, only to have it stolen by an unscrupulous and dangerous investor
"A fast-paced thriller written with the ultimate insider's perspective
of the inner-workings of global fashion and finance"
Georgette Mosbacher, US Ambassador to Poland (2018-21)
John Lynch is an American entrepreneur, writer, and speaker who lives in Krakow, Poland since 1991. He was one of the first expatriates to launch a start-up in Poland in the aftermath of the fall of communism.
John has Polish roots – his grandmother was from Białystok. He is fluent in Polish.
In 2014, John was awarded the highest civilian honor in Poland, the Presidential Order of the Gold Cross from the President of Poland, for his contributions to building Poland's free market economy during the past 25 years. John is former AmCham Entrepreneur of the Year. He was named one of the 10 American Pioneers who made the most profound contributions to the successful transformation of Poland. He is a Board Member of the American Chamber of Commerce since 2004, and currently serves as Treasurer. John has a degree in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from The Wharton School. As a writer, John was a regular columnist for The Warsaw Business Journal and Images – a UK apparel magazine.
He lives with his wife Kasia, an English teacher, and two children Jake and Sophia outside Krakow