Mr. Hajdarowicz is a graduate of the Institute of Political Sciences at the Law Faculty at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. In 1991, he founded a pharmaceutical company, Gremi, which initially specialized in the distribution of pharmaceutical products. In 1994, Gremi diversified its business to pre-development projects and investments on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The industrial holding company set up by Grzegorz Hajdarowicz was employing 2,500 people in 2002. Those businesses were subsequently sold to industry investors and Gremi focused on equity and real estate investments. The acquisition of Przekrój weekly in 2009 marked the beginning of a media venture. Today the company owns Rzeczpospolita, Poland’s most influential newspaper. In 2017 the capital group increased by a new investment - a former film and sound recording studio where the plan is to create an entertainment-education center with the development of VR and AR technologies.