Łukasz Biernacki

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Social media, promotion, international marketing

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Polish, English

Biography

Łukasz Biernacki – Communications Specialist at Warsaw Institute and The Warsaw Institute Review. Previous experience includes marketing and promotional strategies among editorials of daily newspapers, training companies and event agencies. Graduate of the Faculty of Journalism, Information and Bibliology at the University of Warsaw. Expertise and research interests include communication, marketing, journalism, and public relations.

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Xi Jinping’s New Year’s Address

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