27th Economic Forum (2017)more
Krynica Zdrój, Poland, 5-7 September
The Economic Forum in Krynica is the largest conference in Central and Eastern Europe. Every year the Forum, organized at the beginning of September brings more than 3000 guests. These are political, economic and social leaders as well as approx. 500 journalists. The guests come from over 60 countries in Europe, Asia and America.
10th Investment Forum (2017)more
Tarnów, 24-25 April 2017
400 participants from a number of European and Asian countries attended the conference – representatives of the business sector, politicians and scientists, startup founders, representatives of the largest consulting companies, IT sector and industrial conglomerates. Dozens of events took place as part of the 10th anniversary of the Forum – thematic blocks, discussion panels, lectures, presentations and reports.
The Media Office invites journalists to participate in 27th Economic Forum in Krynica. Media accreditation is granted in a two stage process. Accreditation granted electronically are free.
One of the main events of 10th Investment Forum in Tarnów is Start-up Award competition. The best innovative companies are presented during the Forum.
Dear Guests, we invite you to download and get acquainted with the programme of the 10th Investment Forum in Tarnów, which will take place on 24-25 April 2017.
Dear Guests, we invite you to download and get acquainted with the Graphic Schedule of the 10th Investment Forum in Tarnów, which will take place on 24-25 April 2017.
The competition is designed for entrepreneurs and project teams. The prize pool is 100 000 PLN. The deadline for submitting works is to April 14, 2017.
Grzegorz W. Kolodko was Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance (1994-97, 2002-03), he also led Poland to the OECD.
Nearly 1800 guests – regional leaders, representatives from state administration, scientific and business institutions, cultural and non-governmental organisations from over 40 countries participated in the 3rd European Congress of Local Governments.
Guests about the Forum morePeter Stracar GE CEO for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
I am looking forward to this year's Krynica Economic Forum. GE, the leading provider of infrastructure technology, will be taking part of for the sixth year. as the intense intellectual buzz is very inspirational and promising, representing a call to action in CEE. This time Beata Stelmach, CEO of Poland and Baltics and Gaetano Massara, GE CEO for South East Europe (SEE) will join me. GE Hitachi and BPH Bank are also strengthening the growing GE team. I will be one of the speakers in the plenary session: Where the European Economy should be heading? GE is a provider of modern infrastructure technologies with productive value models for our customers in CEE. As the biggest US investor in CEE, we believe in the future of the region our company is an integral part and long term partner of. Meet us there and read about how GE and CEE can grow together at geforcee.geblogs.com.
Media about the Forum more
Poland should hold a referendum following a public debate on whether it should enter the euro zone”, President Andrzej Duda said in Krynica. “I think that ultimately there should be a referendum on this issue after a thorough debate”, President Duda said.
The Economic Forum in Krynica has been an important platform for European debate for 25 years. Nowadays, as the European Union is facing numerous challenges and threats- the discussion on the future of the European community and economy is even much more needed.
Poland’s politics is in time of upheaval and the business leaders are preparing for a new reality six weeks before elections by wooing the party that plans to impose more taxes on banks and retailers.