Tadeusz Gołębiewski (entrepreneur)

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July 5, 2022

Tadeusz Gołębiewski (born January 1, 1943 in Wołomin, died June 21, 2022) - Polish entrepreneur, founder of the Tago confectionery factory and the Gołębiewski Hotel chain.

Curriculum vitae

He graduated from the confectionery technical school, and then the Main School of Planning and Statistics. He started producing confectionery in 1966. In 1972 he founded Przedsiębiorstwo Przemysłu Cukierniczego Tago near Radzymin. In 1989, he decided to build a hotel in Mikołajki, where he had previously bought land. The hotel was put into operation in 1991. In 1998, it purchased a shell hotel in the center of Białystok from Orbis. It was opened in 1999. In 2002 he bought an unfinished hotel in Wisła from the Gromada National Tourist Cooperative. He completed this investment in spring 2003. The next hotel was built in Karpacz. Its opening took place in 2010, and the construction cost amounted to PLN 350 million. On a 30-hectare plot, he was building a hotel in Pobierowo, which is to be the largest hotel to date. He was a member of the Polish Business Club. He died on June 21, 2022. On June 27, 2022, he was buried at the Cemetery of the Heroes of the Battle of Warsaw 1920 in Radzymin.

Private life

He had a wife, Grażyna, and three children: Beata, Monika and Jarosław.

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