Main Partner

Lower Silesia Region

Lower Silesia is called the heart of Europe. The region is located about 300 km from Warsaw, Berlin or Prague and is perfectly connected. Thanks to its great location and educated employees, it attracts investors and develops dynamically. In this place renowned universities and career prospects await students from Poland and Europe. Tourists are attracted by the largest number of classified monuments in the country, the largest number of castles and palaces, the heritage of industrial architecture and the most numerous spas in the country.

Lower Silesia is also a region that stands out in terms of the level of innovation in Poland. Its enormous economic and educational potential, excellent infrastructure facilities and high quality of human capital contribute to its strength. Business development also contributes to the region’s success – Lower Silesia is the seat of many Polish and international companies. Special Economic Zones support the location of new investments. The Lower Silesian economy is not only about its well-developing industry, but also specialized financial and outsourcing services.

The “green economy” is also an important area. Intensive economic development in Lower Silesia is focused on new technologies, favoring the rational use of natural resources. Lower Silesia is investing in low-carbon economy, considering both the increased role of renewable energy sources and energy-efficient technologies in production processes and construction.

Lower Silesia is a land of diversity where everyone will find space for oneself. Amazing mountains – the Sudetes, mysterious undergrounds, the Piast Castles Trail, the Land of Extinct Volcanoes, Milicz Ponds, the largest complex of fishponds in Europe, the Lower Silesian Beer and Wine Trail, are just some of the available attractions.

The inhabitants are, however, the most important, famous for their openness and hospitality, not only in Poland but also in Europe. The mosaic of cultures, customs and traditions in Lower Silesia creates an atmosphere thanks to which everyone feels at home here, and the infrastructure as well as attractiveness of the region make the inhabitants associate their future with this place. They want to develop here – educate, work, and invest.

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Host City

Karpacz is a charming town at the foot of the Karkonosze Mountains with their highest peak – Śnieżka. Amazing landscapes, unique attractions and excellent tourist infrastructure attract many visitors each year.

Karpacz offers excellent and varied conditions for spending leisure time all year round. Spring, summer and autumn are primarily mountain trek times. Nearly 100 kilometres of hiking trails run through the area, making it possible to discover one of the country’s most valuable areas in terms of nature, which in most part is under the protection of the Karkonosze National Park. In winter, thanks to the appropriate terrain and favourable climate, the town transforms into a ski resort offering numerous slopes and ski lifts, especially for beginners and families with children.

From the tourist resorts located in the Sudety Mountains, Karpacz has the most developed accommodation infrastructure. With nearly 5,000 permanent residents, the town can accommodate nearly 18,000 guests. Adequate facilities await here for those who like large, comfortable hotels, those who prefer to have everything “under one roof”, as well as those who are looking for nostalgic villas and for amateurs of simple conditions at an affordable price.

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Strategic Partner

Hotel Gołebiewski w Karpaczu

Situated at approximately 800 meters above sea level, at the base of the highest summit in Karkonosze – Śnieżka, due to its location and a picturesque view of the mountains, Hotel Gołębiewski w Karpaczu is the perfect place to relax both in summer and winter. A wide selection of hotel attractions, such as the “Tropikana” Water Park (a set of pools, saunas, hot tubs, spa baths and slides), Bowling Alley, Video Arcade, Nightclub, Children’s Club, Theatre Stage will help you fully enjoy your time. The hotel also provides a professional conference centre which comprises:

  • 28 conference halls (with areas from 66 m² to 419 m² – most of them situated on the 6th floor),
  • A cinema auditorium with cinema seats for 417 people and a stage – 6th floor (please also check the repertoire of the Hotel Gołębiewski Theatre Stage).
  • 2 Congress Halls situated at the 7th floor.

Suited for both individual and conference guests we truly hope that you will find our amenities and cuisine perfectly tailored to your needs.

Hotel Gołębiewski w Karpaczu

Main Knowledge Partner

SGH Warsaw School of Economics

Partners

Wrocław Airport

Perfectly located in the south-west part of Wrocław, about 10 km away from the city centre. With a modern terminal, extensive network of connections to the major hubs of Europe (i.e. Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Amsterdam) and attractive low-cost destinations (i.e. Croatia, Italy, Spain), the airport is willingly chosen by the passengers as a starting point of their journey. The highest standards of the services are constantly appreciated by its passengers. For four times in a row, they have recognised the airport as the Best Regional Airport in Poland in the Business Traveller Awards survey. In 2019 the airport has served over 3,5 mln passengers.

Wroclaw Airport

The Lower Silesian Agency for Economic Cooperation Ltd (DAWG) is a partner of the Lower Silesian Local Government in the development of entrepreneurship, innovation and the region’s economy. DAWG, which is fully owned by the local government, acts on its behalf, supporting the competitiveness of Lower Silesian enterprises from the MSME sector and shaping the image of the region abroad.

Lower Silesia is a dynamically developing area that attracts a variety of investors. DAWG acts as an intermediar between Lower Silesian authorities and investors interested in operating in the region, as well as entities with investment areas or appropriate infrastructure.

DAWG effectively promotes entrepreneurship and supports Lower Silesian companies and most of the services are provided free of charge by using, and when necessary applying for EU funds. Currently, as part of the project Promotion of Lower Silesia in Poland and abroad in the face of changes in the global economy, DAWG has been able to rise to the challenges posed by the pandemic crisis to Lower Silesian companies. The agency organizes webinars devoted to current economic topics, study visits and advertising campaigns which present the investment potential of Lower Silesia abroad along with trade missions for representatives of local business circles. DAWG also creates a comprehensive Economic Analysis of Lower Silesia – a valuable source of knowledge about Lower Silesia for local entities and those from outside of the region.

DAWG

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