The group of conference participants consists of European Union Commissioners, Prime Ministers, representatives of European governments, heads of the largest companies, scientists, practitioners and decision-makers.
– The program for this year’s European Economic Conference is changing under the influence of the next post-pandemic challenge, which is Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Of course, one of the main topics of discussion during congressional debates will be the situation in Ukraine and Poland involved in helping its eastern neighbor. – Announces Wojciech Kuśpik, Chairman of the PTWP Group, founder and organizer of the European Economic Conference. – The agenda of the three-day meetings will also include the latest topics related to green transformation and economic recovery, as well as processes related to accelerated digitization and new technologies. – Confirms Wojciech Kuśpik.
The strong point of this year at the European Economic Conference is the representation of European politicians, including from Great Britain, Germany and Ukraine. They have already confirmed their participation Alice ShamlayDeputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic; Andrei DešicaUkraine’s ambassador to Poland. Sven JegoldMinister of State at the Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Protection of Germany; Greg HandsUK Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Gintarė KrušnienėDeputy Minister of Environment of Lithuania; The first is StefanizinaDeputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.
Several countries’ ambassadors will also participate in the April discussions, including: Jacob DorAmbassador of the Czech Republic; Stefan GolgrinSweden’s ambassador; Honmin Limthe Ambassador of the Republic of Korea; Hussam Rafeeq Muhammad Al-QweishEgypt’s ambassador. Akio MiyajimaJapan Ambassador. Anastas ChiakaThe Rwandan ambassador and Ollie ToftDanish ambassador to Poland.
The government side will be represented among others: Andrzej AdamczykMinister of Infrastructure; Andrei Bettel, Secretary of State, Government Commissioner to Counter Telecom Exclusion in the Ministry of Infrastructure; Krzysztof CiecióraUndersecretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. Michael SilakMinister – Cabinet member in the Prime Minister’s Office; Peter DzidzioUnder Secretary of State in the Ministry of Climate and Environment, Chief National Geologist, State Commissioner for State Resource Policy; Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy, Government Commissioner for the International City Forum; Marius Jerzy GulickiUndersecretary of the Ministry of Development and Technology. Peter Nemsky, State Commissioner for Strategic Energy Infrastructure; Adam NidzelskyMinister of Health. Carol RabandaUndersecretary of the Ministry of State Properties. Sebastian Scooza Minister of State for the Ministry of Finance and Inspector General of Financial Information; Grzegorz Puda, Minister of Finance and Regional Policy; Pewter BasicUnder Secretary of State for State Assets, Government Commissioner for Transformation of Energy and Coal Mining Companies; Artur SubuyAnd Minister of State, Ministry of Finance, Michel WiśniewskiUndersecretary of the Ministry of Development and Technology Irinos ZiskaMinister of State in the Ministry of Climate and Environment, Government Commissioner for Renewable Energy Sources.
They will also be present Bowie Boris, Head of the Polish Development Fund i Michael Kortica, Minister of Climate and Environment in 2019-2021.
The local government side will be represented by representatives of local government organizations and city authorities. Their participation in the conference was confirmed, among others, by: Arkadiusz ChęcińskiMayor Sosnowiec; Jacek KarnovskySopot head. Marcin Krupa, Mayor of Katowice Janusz Kubicki, Chief Zielona Góra, Edward Majormayor of Lublinic, Tomash Matuszewskimayor of Sanok, Adam NewmanMayor of Gliwice; Andrzej NowakowskiHead Pock; Sabina Novoselskamayor of Kędzierzyn-Koźle; Adam PostelnikVice President of ód; Małgorzata Mańka-SzulikThe head of Zabrze and Krzysztof ŻukMayor of Lublin.
There will be representatives from business and finance. Knowledge and experience will be shared with participants of the 14th European Economic Congress, among others Bronnon Bartkevichpresident of ING Bank Śląski; Dominica BatemanCEO of Microsoft; Rafai BrzoskaHead of InPost; Marcin KlodzinskiChairman of KGHM Polska Miedź; Wojciech DąbrowskiChairman of the PGE and Board of Directors of the Polish Electricity Association; Przemyslav GdaskiPresident of BNP Paribas Bank; Wladyslaw GrochowskiHead of Arche Group; Natalia HatalskaCEO and founder of infuture.institute, author of the hatalska.com blog; David Jacobovichchief of CIECH; mage kaokiStanislaw Lem, President of the Polish Future Institute Artur KazenkoHead of the Kazar Group. Jaroslav KrulevskyCEO Synerise; Jacek KugawaVice President of LPP; Henrik OrvingerChair of the Supervisory Board of Dr. Irina Iris; Krzysztof PawińskiHead of Maspex Group; Pawe Poszytek, Director of the FRSE, the National Agency for the Erasmus+ Program and the European Solidarity Corps; rafay sonicCEO of Gemini Holding; Katarzyna Szymilevichco-founder and president of the Panoptykon Foundation; Murad Tawfiqi Country Manager Amazon.pl; Thomas Wolanowskipresident of ABB; Maciej ZielińskiPresident of Siemens Polska.
The European Young Leaders Forum will be held in conjunction with the European Economic Conference. Moreover, for the seventh time, the finalists for the Startup Challenge, the Most Important Municipal Investments Competitions and the Biz Granic Investor Ranking will be selected. The organizer of the European Economic Conference, since the first edition in 2009, is the PTWP Group.
It will also be possible to follow the discussions online.
Participants are registered on the event website eecpoland.eu.
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