For over a decade, she has been publishing the motocaina.pl service. She produces her own program, Motozoom, on Biznes24 TV for entrepreneurs. I write about automotive, travel, and technology for High Heels (monthly magazine and online service). She hosts events for various industries: media conferences, product presentations, discussion panels, as well as outdoor events.
She shares her lifestyle – on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, Twitter – with the enthusiasm of an enthusiast, the objectivity of an expert, and feminine simplicity. In social media, she can be found under the name Kasia Frendl and motocaina.
She graduated from the Higher School of Management (Information Systems Management) and also postgraduate in vehicle exploitation – a course being a cooperation between the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Military University of Technology and the Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. As the only one in her year, she graduated with honors.
Before she created the motocaina.pl automotive portal, she worked at Agora S.A., where she realized her passion by writing for the weekly supplement to Gazeta Wyborcza – High Speeds, World of Motorcycles, and supporting the hosts of the automotive program on Radio TOK FM. As a member of the Women’s Team at the Polish Motor Association, she was the publisher of the PZM Bulletin “Women in Motorsport”.
As an automotive journalist – now with 20 years of experience – she has published her articles in many magazines, including Forbes and Puls Biznesu, as well as lifestyle magazines. She was a regular guest on automotive programs on Antyradio and Radio Four. She appeared as an expert in “Controlled Purchase” on TVN Turbo. Her automotive columns could be listened to every day on Radio Kolor. She also shared her knowledge with the viewers of “Question for Breakfast” on TVP2. Co-hosted a podcast on electromobility “Electrically Thematic”.
She successfully breaks stereotypes, both regarding women – in the automotive industry, in business, and in electromobility. She is interested in technology, sustainable development – not only in the automotive industry, parity and diversity, and ecology.