Our team

Magdalena PYJOR

 Chief Executive Officer

Graduated of master’s studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow at the Faculty of Chemistry at the Department of Chemical Technology. A graduate of postgraduate studies in the field of Hazardous Substances and Chemical Emergency at the Military University of Technology in Warsaw.

From 2008, she worked in the pharmaceutical industry at PLIVA (currently Teva Operations Poland) and worked in the Quality Documentation Department.

Since 2009 associated with the chemical industry acting as an expert initially at the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Economic Development and Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology.

Since 2009, she has been an expert in the field of fertilizers. Chairwoman of the Polish delegation in the Fertilizer Regulatory Committee at the European Commission and the Working Group on Fertilizers at the European Commission. From 2011, a member of technical groups appointed by the European Commission on the amendment of EU fertilizer legislation and from 2016 an expert in the G07 group on Technical Harmonization at the Council of the European Union.

In 2011, an expert on the REACH and CLP Committee of the European Commission and the Group on International Environmental Aspects in the EU Council. From 2011, a member of the Polish delegation at COP meetings of the Stockholm, Rotterdam and Basel Convention.

Participant of numerous conferences, seminars, lectures, trainings in the EU and in third countries, among others as an EU expert, she conducted training for representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture in Georgia in the field of fertilizer legislation and REACH.

Interests: trekking

Knowledge of languages: English – advanced.


Chief Operating Officer

Graduated of master’s studies at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Warsaw University of Technology in the field of chemical technology, speciality in the technology of high-energy materials. Postgraduate studies at the University of Warsaw, the European Center in the field of European integration of industry monitoring.

From 1992 assistant at the Industrial Chemistry Research Institute in Warsaw in the Lightweight Organic Synthesis Department.From 1999, she worked successively at the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Economy, Labor and Social Policy, Ministry of Economic Development and at the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology.

Associated with the chemical industry as an expert member of the Sherpa Sub-group of the High-Level Group on the Competitiveness of the European Chemical Industry (HLG) set up at the European Commission.

An expert at Methane to Markets, now a Global Methane Initiative set up at the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Areas of activity include, among others, the preparation of legal acts and the principles of legislative techniques, free movement of goods, implementation of directives into the national legal order, negotiation techniques, and community law in the field of intellectual property protection and industrial property.

Participant of numerous courses and trainings, among others in the field of textile industry management organized by the International Cooperation and Development Fund in Taiwan, management and marketing in the pharmaceutical industry in Bielefeld Germany, training in ECJ jurisprudence and directives.

Interests: science fiction literature, windsurfing, kitesurfing

Knowledge of languages: English- advanced, Russian – advanced.

Graduated of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow at the Faculty of Energy and Fuels, specialization in Chemical Technology. Management study at the School of Entrepreneurship and Management at the University of Economics in Krakow and postgraduate studies in Management Leaders at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) has been completed.

In 2012 she was associated with the pharmaceutical industry at Teva Operations Poland. Involved in the preparation of draft quality agreements and their updating with manufacturers of active and auxiliary pharmaceutical ingredients.

From 2013 connected with the oil and gas industry. Initially dealing with the design of installations for the chemical, petrochemical and refinery industries.

Since 2014 she has been a project engineer in the oil and gas industry dealing with the delivery of subsea equipment and solutions for global companies extracting oil and gas from the seabed. She works for global clients in the Subsea Engineering.

In addition, she took an active part in research in the field of catalysis at the University of Barcelona and in the Oil & Gas Process Design workshop at APS Designing Energy in Rome.

Interests: Iberian culture

Knowledge of languages: English – advanced, Spanish – advanced, Norwegian – during studying