Wojciech S. Wocław is one of the most experienced Polish masters of ceremonies. He first performed this role when he was 13 years old. He has worked as a professional master of ceremonies since 2005 and it is now his primary occupation, along with leading training courses. Dubbed “the favourite master of ceremonies of Polish business,” he’s highly valued for his elegance, sense of humour, respect for clients and event guests, and for his high level of politeness and good manners. Event-planning agencies love working with him. They find him easy to cooperate with and appreciate his excellent understanding of the industry and his natural authority.
Wocław has performed in front of audiences hundreds of times. He specialises in hosting events that require an elegant approach. He has worked for the largest, most prominent Polish and international firms. He has hosted both intimate and large-scale events. He has served as master of ceremonies at classical music concerts in ten countries, on four different continents: in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Israel, Turkey, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. He’s the only master of ceremonies from Poland who has performed in the famous Sydney Opera House.
Wocław has published a book titled Savoir-vivre: How to Simplify Your Life (BOSZ 2016). Since 2013 he has had a blog about good manners on the RMF24.pl website. He popularises the basic principles of the classic dress code for men at www.EtykietaUbioru.pl. He has been a guest on many TV and radio programs and has been interviewed in the media. He’s the general director of the Polish School of Etiquette. He graduated with honours from the Polish Studies Department of the Jagiellonian University.Learn more