Stojaki (a “bike rack” in Polish, but also “to stand” — it’s a word play) was a local café, pub and meeting point which operated in my hometown Szczecin from 2014 until 2018.
Without As there was no decent breakfast and coffee spot in my hometown I decided to open a café. The challenge was that I was still managing projects in Warsaw (500km away). And so this became/Therefore this was one of the greatest lesson on delegating duties.
Stojaki quickly became a hot and vibrant place to meet. Funny fact: Stojaki was promoted by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in their "About Poland" travelers guide. Take a look at "About Poland".
In 2018, after months of not visiting my hometown I decided to sell my place to someone who spends more time in Szczecin. The place is still operating under a new brand.