Michal was only 16 when he started his first company, and he’s been shaking up the internet ever since. He grew up in a small town before heading to Poland’s capital city to study corporate finance at the acclaimed Warsaw School of Economics. His work at Brainly is driven by the conviction that online communities can empower students from around the world with knowledge and information. Michal lives with his wife, Kasia, in Brooklyn.
Brainly is the place to learn, for students, by students. The world’s largest social learning network, Brainly.com and the Brainly app bring high school and middle school students together to make learning outside the classroom highly engaging, effective and rewarding. Students connect to their peers to help strengthen their skills, from math, to science, to history and beyond. Based in Krakow, Poland, with offices in Berlin and U.S. headquarters in New York City, Brainly is currently available in 35 countries, representing 12 languages. Backed by Point Nine Capital, General Catalyst, Runa Capital and Learn Capital, learn more about Brainly at meet.brainly.co.