Jacek Chmielecki for the last 20 years was having different Management positions in IT/ E-commerce, Fintech icons companies like Cisco Systems, SAP, Microsoft, G2A and Google covering international markets CEE, Russia, Middle East, DACH, Latin America. He was heading cross country Sales, Partner Management , Customer Support departments and setting channel sales strategy for 126 countries. He is a keynote speaker at various conferences, lecturing Leadership and Public Speaking at MBA Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego and other Universities, member of Polish Professional Speakers Association, Business Consultant. He was sharing the stage with gen Roman Polko, Jakub B. Bączek, Mateusz Grzesiak, prof. Robert Cialdini and many others. Delivering speeches on LIVE Internet transmissions to more than 40 000 people in a time. Jacek is delivering trainings to the corporate customers and individual clients about communication, Sales, Customer Care, Customer Experience,, Customer Centric Culture organisations, public speaking, leadership recruitment and motivational speeches. He is investing in real estate and various business. He is holding: MSc degree of Information Technology from De Montfort University – Leister, UK , MSc Technical University in Łódź MBA Thames Valley University London, UK. Also graduated in Psychology in Business, Management & Marketing. Short intro Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xmKRYFkAas&t=1s Do&Have Do &Have is a Trainig and Consulting Firm. We specialize in training programs on the development of soft skills in IT, including: business & project presentations, sales techniques, creating sales processes, sales through the Partner Channel, Customer Service, business negotiations, communication, building relationships with partners, building a Customer-oriented culture and an employee. In business, results count. Unlike most training companies, our trainers have practical experience, which, supplemented with theory, provides proven knowledge, ready for immediate implementation. The presented business models are translated into specific activities that participants can use in everyday life.