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Empik

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Type  Public
Key people  Olaf Szymanowski, CEO
Founded  1991
Parent organization  Empik Media & Fashion
Area served  Poland, Ukraine
Website  empik.com
Headquarters  Warsaw
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Number of locations  134 in Poland, 23 in Ukraine (as of 2009)
Subsidiaries  Gry-Online, Virtualo Sp. z o.o., Esprentino Trading Limited, Bukva
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Empik (stylised as empík), is a Polish commercial chain selling books, international press and media products (including film, music, and software). The chain also owns a photo company, Empik Foto, as well as a foreign language school, Empik School.

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History

EMPiK chain began during Poland's communist period as KMPiK (Polish: Klub Międzynarodowej Prasy i Książki, the International Press and Book Club) owned by the Prasa-Książka-Ruch monopoly which financed the PZPR Party from its revenue. In 1991 it was acquired by businessmen Jacek Dębski, Janusz Romanowski (a former reserve police officer) and Yaron Bruckner, and given its current name. While initially it was partially owned by the Polish state, in 1994 it was sold completely by the State Treasury to Bruckner's Eastbridge N.V.. In May 2009 EMPiK had 134 stores in Poland and 23 stores in Ukraine.

References

Empik Wikipedia


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