K2 strengthens its creation department

Kuba Sagan and Bartek Klimaszewski have joined K2’s creation department.

Kuba Sagan was appointed the Senior Copy & Creative in February this year. He has 7 years of experience in the industry. Previously he worked for, inter alia: The Digitals and  Young & Rubicam. He created projects for brands such as Citi Handlowy, Danone, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, LG, Amnesty International, Perła or Warka. He was awarded in Media Trendy, Golden Drum and KRT, recently, to name but two, for the „Nekrolog” [„Obituary”] action for the National Police Headquarters or for the real-time marketing campaign for Warka („Ekipa w komplecie”[The full team”] – Social Media Super Star award). He was also responsible for Żywiec Zdrój brand’s communication, which was recognized with the silver Effie. 

Bartek Klimaszewski has joined our company in March as the Senior Copy & Creative. He has been working in the industry for 10 years now. First, he worked for DDB, then for Lowe GGK, Young & Rubicam and Ogilvy & Mather, serving clients such as: Coca-Cola, MetLife, AVON, Phillips, Orange, Danone, LOT, Canal+, BPH, Polkomtel, Kompania Piwowarska, Kraft, Unilever and Unicef. He was a co-creator of a number of famous campaigns such as „Sprite vs. Pragnienie” [“Sprite vs. Thirst”], „Język Polski jest Ą-Ę” [Polish language is Ą-Ę”] and the Nju Mobile launch. He received more than 30 awards and prizes on Polish and international festivals such as KTR, Złote Orły, Effie, Golden Hammer, Media Trendy and Golden Drum.  He has won the first edition of Eurobest Just Creatives in 2013.

K2 Web Systems has changed to FABRITY

Change of strategy, further challenges and business goals as well as desire to underline the basic business of the company are main reasons for which K2 Web Systems has changed to FABRITY. This new name stems from the word fabri („creators” in Latin), and emphasises the essence of the company’s operations – creation of IT solutions to help our clients achieve their goals.

The new name is a result of the execution of the company’s strategic plans and strengthening its image as the supplier of technology-related services, specialized in the field of process-orientated management and document’s workflow.

„It is unquestionable that we still plan to put focus to the fact of being a part of K2 Group and to derive as much from its experience as possible. At the same time we will ensure high quality of projects’ completion in the area of business processes but also in the area of design and utility.” - explains Tomasz Burczyński, the President of the FABRITY Management Board.
Transition into FABRITY does not produce any legal implications whatsoever for the company’s clients. „Furthermore, our engagement in the projects and care for our clients’ success will stay intact. We still intend to continue the development in our key areas in the nearest future, i.e. in the process management area and the enterprise content management area, and we still want our solutions to be created in the spirit of design thinking idea, which is user-orientated. Moreover, we plan to develop our competences in the area of mobile solutions for companies and the Software-as-a-Service offer.” -  adds Tomasz Burczyński.