Calendar
Title and navigation
<<<maj 2018>>>
maj 2018
PWŚCPSN
30123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031123
45678910
14 maja 2018
The 10th European Economic Congress is inching closer
The anniversary edition of the largest economic event of Central Europe - the European Economic Congress - will take place at the Spodek Arena and the International Conference Centre in Katowice on 14-16 May 2018. The names of the Guests are already know

​The anniversary edition of the largest economic event of Central Europe - the European Economic Congress - will take place at the Spodek Arena and the International Conference Centre in Katowice on 14-16 May 2018.

The names of the Guests are already known - among them European Commissioners and representatives of the Polish government, as well as numerous business people present in Katowice every year - from the creators of innovative start-ups to managers of global corporations.

The thematic scope of the agenda of the Congress includes over a dozen major trends, which gives over a hundred debates, sessions, meetings and other events. The themes discussed during the previous editions of the Congress will be accompanied by new ones indicating the future of the European and Polish economy. The agenda covers all of Europe’s key economic and social problems in their global context.

An important and eagerly awaited accompanying event to the EEC will be the next edition of the European Start-up Days (ESD, 15-16 May 2018), the meeting of young business with representatives of corporations interested in working with smaller innovative companies. This year, the ESD will be even more tightly integrated with the Congress and both will strongly emphasize the role of new technologies in the economy.

The Congress is known for its openness to various options and viewpoints. Over less than a decade, the European, and thus Polish, economy has undergone fundamental changes. The Congress has consistently pursued its goal of identifying trends and phenomena that affect economic life. The achievements of its previous editions have turned it into a permanent fixture on the map of the largest economic events in Europe.

In 2018, the Congress will naturally focus on themes related to its jubilee but looking ahead to be able to rise to new challenges in a conscious and responsible manner will remain its central objective. 

Source: http://www.eecpoland.eu/en/