8,000 guests from Europe, Asia and Africa participated in the 8th European Economic Congress, the most important business event in Central Europe. The three days were packed with debates on trailblazing ideas that will shape the economic future of Europe. 700 speakers took part in more than 120 discussions. 2,000 guests participated in European Start-up Days.
May, 18-20 '2016, The International Conference Centre in Katowice
The 9th European Economic Congress (EEC) has gone down in history. However, as in previous years, the ideas of the Congress - as well as the opinions describing them, and recommendations - all continue to reverberate in public space, thus forming part of the ongoing debate on the future of Europe and its economy.
There is an increasing number of risks, concerns and unknowns in the European Union proper as well as in its geopolitical environment. However, Europe has maintained many of its advantages - it is necessary to make use of that potential in a skilful manner which would be appropriate to the difficult condition - these are the main conclusions developed during the 8th European Economic Congress.
More freedom in the economy and in the market, more courage while investing, as well as in innovations and during expansion, but also common security and deepening of integration – these are the main conclusions developed during the 7th European Economic Congress.
Katowice, 18-20th of May