The President of Iceland opens our new Meniga office in Poland

Meniga upgraded to a bigger and better office space in the heart of Warsaw’s bustling city center on Ludwika Waryńskiego.

Alicja Lei

12 Mar 2020

Recently, the President of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson and first lady Mrs. Eliza Reid were present to formally open its doors for business while on their planned official visit to Poland.

Meniga has had an office in Warsaw since September 2017, but the number of employees has since doubled prompting the need for the new location. With the high demand for Meniga products in Poland and Central Europe, this new office will be able to cope with a further increase in the number of employees and customers in the region.

Meniga’s new office in the heart of Warsaw

Our Warsaw office houses now roughly 45 employees, which makes it the second-largest office for Meniga Iceland. Other Meniga offices are located in Stockholm, London, Barcelona, ​​and Singapore.

First lady Mrs. Eliza Reid and President of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson at the Meniga office

Along with the President of Iceland, Viggó and Ásgeir Ásgeirsson, two of the three founders of Meniga attended the ceremony.

Viggó Ásgeirsson showing the president of Iceland how Meniga’s solutions work

“Meniga has been fortunate with excellent staff in Poland and by opening a new and bigger office we are better equipped to handle the growth we aim for.” — Viggo Asgeirsson
It was a full house at the new opening

Pawel Rządziński, VP of Operations in Poland will manage the company’s current and future projects in this area.

Pawel Rządziński, VP of Operations in Poland greeting our esteemed guests and valued employees

If you are in the area, don’t hesitate to stop by our new office for some good coffee, discussions on fintech or challenge us to a game of ping or foosball. You are welcome anytime.

Below are some pictures of the new & improved office.

Coffee time!
Welcome reception
The most popular meeting room so far
Brainstorming area
Mini Menigan’s have plenty of space for their shenanigans