Comarch supports the Polish Museum in Switzerland's Rapperswil

Comarch will financially back the Polish Museum in the town of Rapperswil in Switzerland. It is one of the oldest Polish museums the collections of which include paintings, medals, old maps, sculptures, and military items that relate to the Polish culture and history.

The Museum was established over 140 years ago and is located in the 13th century Rapperswil Castle. It was founded by Count Władysław Plater and played a major role in the cultural life of the Polish emigration and the movement for national independence.

- We are very happy with the financial support provided to us by Comarch, a company with a strong financial base that has been operating globally. That support is a token of the Company's commitment to the common history of Poland and Switzerland, stresses Anna Buchmann, director of the Polish Museum in Rapperswil.

Presently, the rooms of the castle display numerous treasures of culture, as well as the items of a religious worship, historic paintings, and documents of historic importance.
- I would recommend experiencing the long-lasting tradition and history of Poland combined with a historic atmosphere prevailing in the Castle especially to visitors who come to the Museum from Switzerland, neighbouring countries, and especially to guests from Poland, states Prof. Janusz Filipiak, Founder, President and CEO of the Management Board of Comarch.

The Polish Museum in the Rapperswil Castle overlooking Lake Zürich is a continuation of the Polish National Museum founded in 1870 by Polish emigrants. The exhibition presents a collection of Polish paintings, including works by Munich School, 18th century miniatures, a collection of snuff boxes with cavalry motifs, memorabilia after Maria Skłodowska-Curie, Ignacy Paderewski, Frederic Chopin, and a collection of old prints. The collection also includes paintings by Józef Brandt, Józef Chełmoński, Teodor Axentowicz, Jacek Malczewski, medals, old maps, sculptures, and military items. There are also historic memorabilia, including those relating to the soldiers of the 2nd Rifle Division who were interned in Switzerland during World War II.

More information about Comarch:
Comarch was founded in 1993 in Kraków, Poland. It carries out projects for the leading Polish and global brands in the most important sectors of the economy, including: telecommunications, finance, banking, and insurance, trade and services, infrastructure, public administration, industry, health care, and in the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises. Several dozen thousands of world brands in over 60 countries on 5 continents have used Comarch services, including: Heathrow Airport, BP, Carrefour, Heineken, Goodyear, Pepsi, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Telefónica, E-Plus, KPN or MTS, BNP Paribas Fortis, Alior Bank SA (Carlo Tassara Group) , Allianz, Aviva, AXA, Banque Populaire des Alpes, BRE Bank, BZ WBK (Santander Group), CitiFinancial (Citigroup), Delta Lloyd Life, Deutsche Bank PBC, ING Insurance.
It ranks high in the league tables prepared by IT analysts, including: Gartner, Truffle 100, TOP 200 “Computerworld”, IDC of the Polish Academy of Sciences, EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard. Every year Comarch invests 10-15% of its revenues in innovative projects. In 2016 is was PLN 169 million. Presently, the Company employs over 5,400 experts in 87 offices in 28 countries, from Malaysia to Europe and Chile.
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