Marcin Hejka joined Intel Capital in 1999. Previously he was the director of the Poland Growth Fund (1995-1999),
a Polish investment specialist in Banexi (1993) and a financial analyst at Paribas Capital Markets Group (1990).
From 2004 to 2011 he was also a vice president of Polish Private Equity Association, the largest trade association in Central and Eastern Europe.
Marcin Hejka has worked as a member of the supervisory board for iMall and as an observer of the supervisory board in
He was also a member of the Supervisory Board of Kredyt Bank (1997-1999) and the Communal Bank (1995-1999),
two Polish banks listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Dromex (1998-1999),
Poland's largest road construction company, and since 2010 he is a member of the Supervisory Board of Agora,
a leading Polish media company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
He has managed investments and capital exits in companies such as Virtual Poland (acquired by TPSA),
Centrum.cz (acquired by Warburg Pincus), eTel (acquired by Austrian Telecom), Index.hu (acquired by jv with Vivendi group),
IMALL (acquired by Naspers) and AVG (initial public offering on the NYSE) and investments in Ru-Net/Yandex, Nokta and Wind Mobile.
Marcin Hejka has a degree in Economics from the University of Gdańsk.