Prince Jan Lubomirski-Lanckoroński
Prince Jan Lubomirski-Lanckoroński the President of the Princes Lubomirski Foundation, member of the Council of the Museum of King John III Sobieski's Palace in Wilanów. He owns the palace complex in Lubniewice.
He was born on March 22, 1978 in Krakow. He completed law studies at the Jagiellonian University. Following his apprenticeship, he became a legal counsel. He continued his studies abroad. He also studied advising, stock exchange brokerage and property management. He is fluent in German, English, Italian, French and Russian.
It will be my great honor to be the ambassador of Lubuskie Province, and I commit to leave no stone unturned in order to fulfill this task as good as I can. - Jan Lubomirski – Lanckoroński
He lived in Poznań, Krakow and London for many years. Now, he and his family live in Warsaw although he travels all around the world on business. For many years, he has been dealing with real-estate development in the centers of the largest Polish cities, he is the president of the Kulczyk Lubomirski Property which includes Landeskrone. His largest investment projects are in Warsaw, Krakow, Poznań, Łódź and Gdańsk.
In his business activities he follows the example of his grandfather's brother, Stanisław Lubomirski, the prewar businessman, industrialist and financier, president of the Central Association of Polish Industry, Mining, Trade and Finances "Lewiatan", the founder of the first Polish aircraft manufacturing plant, manager of banks, steelworks and mines. Jan Lubomirski also widens the scope of his activities all the time.
Since his early youth, he has been continuing the family traditions related to charity following his father's example and examples from the rich history of his family. He is particularly involved in projects connected with the history of his hometowns and youth initiatives. He is a member of many cultural and charity organizations, e.g. the Polish Landed Gentry Association. He organized two charity balls in Wiśnicz. Owing to the funds raised during the first ball, Polish Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta received support which, in turned, donated the funds to a center for children with cerebral palsy. The aftermath of the second charity ball (five hundred thousand Polish Zloty) was the purchase of a CT scanner for detection of neoplasm in children. The scanner was donated to the hospital in Krakow-Prokocim.