Zmorph welcomes onboard new CEO Magdalena Jagiełło, who brings 25 years of work experience to the company. Formerly she worked at Final S.A., where she was a President of the Management Board and CEO for almost 8 years.
Previously Magdalena worked in a company manufacturing and selling aluminum profiles. The last 8 years she spent establishing a steady growth of the company, which was struggling with financial, production, and market problems at the beginning. Today is one of the most successful brands among its competition.
In 2015 Magdalena was ranked 8th on the Forbes list of “100 Women in Business” ranking in the category of companies with revenue above 50 m PLN.
Despite 3D printing being something new for the current CEO, she already dived deep into the market and found a lot of similarities to her previous areas of work interest. She’s really interested in products developed by Zmorph as well as the process of manufacturing in the company – different than she met before but adapted to what we do in Zmorph.
Magdalena is thrilled to take control over the company as it is still at the early stage of formation (transforming from a startup into a corporation), but with a great team of experts with a vast knowledge of 3D printing.
Her vision for Zmorph is to become a modern Polish company producing industrial 3D printers, supporting the 3D printing market with modernized software, helping retailers to discover the advantages of the 3D printing process, and working closely with production facilities to provide the best solutions. Moreover, Zmorph should not be a company where a 3D printer is the main product, but rather it should offer know-how and knowledge about 3D printing.
A leader is an ordinary person, who works in an unordinary way.
Magdalena Jagiełło, CEO at Zmorph
Privately, Magdalena is a fan of Italian culture and cuisine. She loves skiing, swimming and running.