Along with Interizon ICT Cluster, we would like to invite you to join us on 6th June 2017 at 6:00 PM at Klub Atelier for the third in a new series of 3camp powered by Interizon meetups aimed at bringing together those who came to Gdańsk, Gdynia or Sopot (Tricity) from all over the world and decided to work and live here.


At the meetup our guests will share knowledge about IT and related fields as well as talk about living in Tricity from an expat’s perspective.




18:00 – 18:30 Olga Ivashchenko, Kainos, So alike and so different. Ukrainian living in Poland working for an Irish company


Talking about lifestyles, differences in work rhythm in IT in Ukraine and Poland. How tolerance at work is different than in everyday life. Working with foreigners and being a foreigner, communication skills I never thought will be useful. Lost in translation and where this can lead to when you’re misunderstood. Typing mastery that can become a superpower or a mess.


Olga has been living and working in Poland since 2014. For last 10 months, she’s been working as Test Engineer in Kainos Software. Sharing some personal experience of moving and integrating into everyday life of Tricity. Living a life near the sea that you can enjoy for one week in a year.


18:30 – 19:00 Natalia Laskowska, AirHelp, Survive in the international jungle


How to ensure effective communication in a team speaking 14 different languages? Can company’s culture help you deal with Customers from all around the world? Natalia Laskowska, Director of Operations in AirHelp will share a handful of practical hints gathered during last 4 years of growth from 1-500 employees.


As the undisputed mother of the claims team, Natalia is a strong woman with endless amounts of energy spent improving AirHelp operations. She is a proven leader in the travel and aviation industry and is an expert in developing internal culture to create customer care processes. Natalia and her team ensure the journey through the claims process has a happy ending for both passengers and airlines.


19:00 – 19:30 Dan Micu, – Through The Eyes of a Foreigner Living in Gdańsk


The global village… Little did I as Belgian expect to end up in one of the most beautiful regions in Poland. I am Dan. I speak 3 languages on native level (Dutch, French, English) and 3 on communicative level (Spanish, German, Romanian). And Polish? Well… It’s bardzo trudny for me: work in progress!

I have been a teacher/trainer for more than 15 years in Belgian before I got to know a pretty Polish lady who kidnapped me here. At first I taught business English at the Polish Japanese Institute of Technology in Orunia. After that I entered the corporate life, first as accountant and at the moment as a web author.
Hope to see you on our next networking event.


19:30 – 21:00 Networking


The event will be held in English.


Attendance is free of charge but registration is required due to space limitations.


To register and find out more about the event, click HERE.