We’re opening the Freedom Lounge

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In the former headquarters of the Communist Party, the building in the very center of Warsaw that housed the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party, the Warsaw Enterprise Institute opened the Freedom Lounge. It was created with conservative and free-market youth in mind – a place where youth organizations will be able to organize their events free of charge, use the in-house television studio, develop of their professional careers, as well as for socializing and entertainment purposes. WEI will help them successfully achieve their goals.

 

The Freedom Lounge consists of three levels. The underground floor is where the conference room for 60 people is located, on the ground floor, there is a bar and canteen, whereas on the mezzanine, there will be a television studio.

We would like to invite all ambitious young people to cooperate with us. If you are interested in this project, please contact office@wei-org-pl.hostshop.cloud.

We would like to thank our partners – Orange Polska, PKP Energetyka, Philip Morris International, the PGNiG Foundation – and other companies and institutions that supported us in this undertaking.

Since the Freedom Lounge is located in the building that once used to be home to the Central Committee of the communist Polish United Workers’ Party – we may also speak of personal satisfaction, as we ourselves contributed into fighting against this place’s previous tenants.

 

Cezary Kaźmierczak, Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers
Tomasz Wróblewski, Warsaw Enterprise Institute

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