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Adam Jesionkiewicz: Astrography was never meant to be a big company. I’m surprised by its phenomenon myself (podcast)

Adam Jesionkiewicz has been known on the startup scene for a long time. In 2013, he founded a startup called Ifinity Group, which brought him the most recognition among Polish startups. However, as Adam himself admits – not everything went his way. Eventually, he sold the startup in 2021 and devoted himself entirely to the development of his second project – Astrography. That is, a company dealing with fine-art astrophotography printing.

Due to the rapid development of Astrography – Adam was awarded in the Kreators 2022 ranking in the bootstrapping category. It is this bootstrapping that Jesionkiewicz focuses on, although as he admits – it is not for everyone.

– If someone in his life – even young – is not able to put aside or organize some resources, it can be very difficult to build your own business. And does bootstrapping require some experience with other initiatives? This is certainly an advantage. However, history knows a whole bunch of bootstraps – Polish reality consists of a whole bunch of companies where the founder started in the basement and “mixed some product there” – says Adam Jesionkiewicz.

In the latest episode of the Podcast we talk to Adam about bootstrapping, astrophotography, what he doesn’t like about Polish startup culture, relations with VC funds and the Kreators 2022 ranking.

Listen also:

  • Marcin Woźniak is the CEO and founder of startup Art-Synergy and the originator of Platforms that aim to digitize the music and culture industries. These worlds – as it turns out – are exceptionally behind when it comes to digital solutions;
  • 190 million PLN in a Series B round, growth from a team of a few people to 250 employees – this is just a short part of the story of Packhelp – one of the most mature startups in Poland. Wojciech Sadowski – awarded in the Kreatorzy 2022 ranking – in the Podcast talks about his startup, getting funding from abroad and the changes brought about by the e-commerce and packaging pandemic;
  • Maksymilian Kozarzewski is a Forbes 25 under 25 who is studying at Edinburgh University. Maks has been involved with the Edinburgh Hyperloop project since the beginning of his student life. However, he is currently paying attention to… decarbonising cement and concrete production.


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