EEC 2019


  • Our new Europe


    What European Union will be there in 10 years from now? Where is the EU heading? The landscape after the electoral victories in France and Germany.

    It is the point of no return; neither is there a clear vision of the future. A multi-speed European Union: Is it a scenario in the making? The future of the euro area. Prospects for countries outside the euro area.

    Blocks and alliances of countries within the EU. Activities within the EU and the attempts to ensure political and economic balance of the most powerful EU countries. Brexit versus anti-EU, autonomous and separatist trends (Catalonia and northern Italy). An opportunity for regional economies, or just pipe dreams?

    Europe in the heat of changes – subjected to internal and external pressure. How to come to terms with it? The EU versus geopolitics – the EU environment and external factors that shape Europe’s reality and prospects of development (Russia, Turkey, the Middle East, and migrations).

    • Jerzy Buzek - Member of the European Parliament, President of the European Parliament in the years 2009–2012; Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland in the years 1997–2001; Chairman of the Programme Board of the EEC
    • Jacek Czaputowicz - Minister of Foreign Affairs, Poland
    • George A. Papandreu - Prime Minister of Greece in the years 2009–2011
    • Iveta Radičová - Prime Minister of Slovakia in the years 2010–2012
    • Alexander Stubb - Prime Minister of Finland in the years 2014–2015 and Minister of Finance in the years 2015–2016; Vice-President, European Investment Bank
    • Herman Van Rompuy - President Emeritus of the European Council, Prime Minister of Belgium in the years 2008–2009


  • The future of cities and metropolises in Europe


    Urban centres as generators of technological development and laboratories dealing with the progress of civilisation. New technologies in the management of urban organisms. Smart City – a broad slogan difficult to implement in practice. Services that improve the quality of life. A friendly city – assessment criteria. Public space as a precious and deficit value: How to shape and manage it? The role of culture, creativity and the leisure industry. Mobility and efficient public transport.

  • A strategy for the Polish energy industry. Security and business

    • Structural and ownership changes, mergers, and revisions of strategies pursued by key companies/enterprises. Business objectives and expected results for the economy
    • The target structure of the energy and fuel sector versus the energy security of the country
    • The most important investment projects in the Polish energy sector. The fuel sector in view of the challenges of the future
    • Warehouse and transmission infrastructure as an element of energy security
    • The degree of dependence on fuel imports. Prospects of further diversification
  • Central Airport and Railway Hub (Centralny Port Komunikacyjny – CPK)

    • Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (Central Airport and Railway Hub – CPK). Is it a ‘civilisation’ and image vision, or a project justified by hard economic facts?
    • The scale of the undertaking; investment formulas (e.g. with the participation of a Chinese investor)
    • Regional airports in Poland. Their condition and prospects. A time of prudent investment projects
    • The CPK’s potential impact on regional airports in Poland
    • Consequences of the construction of the CPK for the economy, logistics in the centre of Europe, and the international position of Poland
    • Gheorghe Marian Cristescu - Chairman of the Board, Chopin Airport Development Sp. z o.o.
    • Agnieszka Gajewska - Partner, CEE Leader Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PwC
    • Rafał Milczarski - Chairman of the Board, Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT SA
    • Mariusz Szpikowski - President, PPL
    • Artur Tomasik - Chairman of the Board, Polish Regional Airports Association (Związek Regionalnych Portów Lotniczych), Chairman of the Board, Upper Silesian Aviation Group (Górnośląskie Towarzystwo Lotnicze SA) – the entity managing the Katowice Airport
    • Czesław Warsewicz - Chairman of the Board, PKP Cargo SA
    • Mikołaj Wild - Plenipotentiary of the Government for the Central Airport and Railway Hub (Centralny Port Komunikacyjny – CPK), Secretary of State, Ministry of Infrastructure, Poland
  • Geopolitics, security and the economy

    • Global players on the map of influences: What does the economic situation worldwide depend on? Political risk in the economy
    • Troublesome regions, rapid processes and unpredictable events 
    • The USA, Europe and Poland in view of geostrategic changes. Challenges for co-operation in the defence sector
    • The escape of investors? Causes and directions. Business in search of stability
    • External factors affecting the economic situation of Central Europe
    • Strategies resistant to turbulence. Isolation? Depreciation/amortisation? A response?
  • The new EU budget

    • The Community’s budget in a new reality. EU finances in the face of Brexit
    • Current possibilities versus new needs. What priorities should be there? What should we give up? 
    • Multi-speed Europe in the context of common finances: facts, figures and ambitions 
    • A new vision for redressing European disproportions? The future of the cohesion policy
  • Migration policy in Europe and in Poland

    • European migrations: Who delivers and who benefits from the ‘import’ of professionals? The European map of economic migrations
    • Is the migration policy a way to mitigate deficiencies in the labour market?
    • Consequences of migrations for the social structure of the country, the labour market, the economy, and finance
    • Internal migrations in Poland. Causes, scale and circumstances
    • Is there competition between the regions, and is the division between ‘Grade A’ Poland and ‘Grade B’ Poland being strengthened?
    • The state and local governments in the face of internal migration: we should counteract, rationalise and persuade
  • The Central Europe – Africa Economic Forum. Africa today and tomorrow

    • Africa’s economic development today. A change of pace, a different quality, and new phenomena
    • Growing consumption, young societies, and new technologies on the market
    • Current prospects for and barriers to the development of African markets
    • Francois Kanimba - Head of Business UNIT SMGF (former Minister of Economy of Rwanda)
    • Margareta Kassangana - Ambassador, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Dakar
    • Anna Masłoń-Oracz - Business Coach and Consultant, Holder of Jean Monnet Module AFROEU, Collegium of Management and Finance, Institute of Management, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
    • Justina Mutale - African Women of the Year 2012, Justina Mutale Foundation
    • George Njenga - Dean, Strathmore University; Head of Agriculture Company, Kenya
    • Jan Wieliński - Expert, long-time Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to African countries
  • Energy Efficiency. Pure practice

    • An assessment of achievements – sectors of the Polish economy that lead in efficiency investment projects
    • To launch the efficiency reserves. An overview of solutions, strategies and good practice
    • Renewable energy sources, innovative technologies and unconventional solutions – for efficiency
    • ESCO services. How to develop them? How to use them?
    • Energy efficiency potential in the construction industry and the ways to utilise it
    • New forms of energy efficiency of buildings. Is the construction industry ready for them?
  • West Bengal. Political and economic co-operation with Poland

    • West Bengal against the backdrop of India
    • The economy and energy industry of West Bengal – the current state of play and needs
    • Areas of co-operation between Poland and West Bengal
    • Investment incentives for foreign companies/enterprises
  • Women in business

    • Leadership strategies for women in business: What helps women and what blocks them on their road to professional success?
    • A catalogue of stereotypes: How to combat them?
    • The shaping of relations, negotiations and the art of exerting influence – from the position of a minority
    • The practice of communication. How to react to being ‘slapped down’, played down or left out?
    • Psychology in business relations. Building the position of women in a man’s world


  • The technological revolution


    Technologies that change reality. The pace and quality of technological transformations taking place – their influence on the economy, social life, institutions and human relations. New possibilities resulting from technological development. New dangers and risks. Who benefits from the surge in the development of technology? Beneficiaries and losers. The diversification of the situation and degree of utilisation of new technologies in EU countries. Will the technological revolution deepen the antagonism and division into a multi-speed Europe? Poland on the technological map of Europe – the distance to cover, advantages and specialisations.


  • The future of free trade in Europe and worldwide


    The current state of play and prospects for international free trade agreements. The policy pursued by the key players in the global economy. The new reality of global economy and trade.

    Causes and effects of disturbances in the free market in Europe. Examples of regulations that restrict competition and free market mechanisms. Brexit as a process and a precedent – experiences, conclusions and warnings. Isolation, protectionism and over-regulation: Where are we heading? The future of the single European market.

  • Digitisation – towards a new economy


    The digital economy in Europe – aspirations, intentions and reality. The Digital Single Market – the current state of progress. Modern industry, services and consumers in view of the challenges related to digitisation. Access to information and data set management as an opportunity for business and consumers, as well as for the administration and citizens. The impact of digitisation on production, the labour market and education. Strategies for innovation support versus the digital revolution. Cyber threats: How to combat them?

    • Yousef Alhammadi - Adviser, Office of Strategic Affairs, General Secretariat of the Executive Council in Abu Dhabi (GSEC) and Executive Committee Office (ECO)
    • Andrzej Bobiński - Director for New Projects, Polityka Insight
    • Maciej Chorowski - Director, National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR)
    • Zoltán Cséfalvay - Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Hungary to the OECD and UNESCO, Deputy Minister at the Ministry of National Economy of Hungary in the years 2010–2014
    • Tomasz Misiak - President of the Supervisory Board, Entrepreneur, Investor, Work Service SA
    • Chia Young Hui - President and CEO, Ascenz; Digital Transformation Leader, Speaker, Singularity University, Singapore
    • Damian Zapłata - Chief Commercial Officer, Allegro
  • Energy for climate


    Dilemmas of the European climate policy. Basic issues before the UN Climate Summit 2018: Current and real prospects of global agreement. Activities for climate on a global scale. The EU’s environmental requirements versus economic autonomy and energy security of the Member States. How to fulfil the obligations, while maintaining the ability to take decisions in the interest of one’s own economy? Energy and industry versus climate policy challenges; corporate strategies in view of regulatory requirements; new investment projects and innovations; utilisation of environmentally friendly technologies.

  • Public health. Prevention and education

    • The Public Health Act and the National Health Programme 2016–2020 – strategic and operational objectives; the current progress of their implementation
    • Public health as a multi-sectoral task
    • Health programmes and campaigns – conditions for effectiveness of such activities
    • The role of local government units in preventing selected disorders and providing health education
    • Preventive vaccination in Poland – selected issues
    • Michał Brzeziński - Department of Public Health & Social Medicine, Medical University of Gdańsk
    • Andrzej Fal - Head, Department of Allergology, Lung Diseases and Internal Medicine , Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration in Warsaw
    • Małgorzata Gałązka-Sobotka - Director, Centre for Postgraduate Studies, Łazarski University in Warsaw
    • Zbigniew J. Król - Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health, Poland
    • Tomasz Jan Prycel - Co-Creator of the “‘Health, Humans, Prevention" Project
    • Ryszard Rotaub - Journalist, Rynek Zdrowia
    • Bolesław Samoliński - Dean, Centre of Postgraduate Training, Head, Environmental Hazard Prevention and Allergology Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Warsaw (WUM)
    • Roman Topór-Mądry - President, Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Tariff System (AOTMiT)
    • Mirosław Wysocki - Head, Department of Health Promotion and Chronic Diseases Prevention, National Institute of Public Health – National Institute of Hygiene, (PZH); Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN); National Public Health Consultant
  • Putin 4.0. Russia and its policy towards the region in the year of presidential elections

    • What is currently happening in the Russian society and economy?
    • Is the Eurasian Union an actual integration project?
    • How did the war with Ukraine affect the co-operation with the EU?
    • To what extent does the EU wish to support the modernisation of Eastern Europe?
  • The Polish justice system - yesterday, today and tomorrow

    • Polish courts against the backdrop of the judiciary in other European countries
    • The existing and expected results of the statutory amendments to the Polish justice system
    • The judiciary in commercial proceedings – Polish reality and European standards. The entrepreneurs’ confidence in the courts as institutions
    • Qualifications and experience; responsibility and ethos. A change of the path to the judge profession: Is it a panacea for the future?
    • Wojciech Bergier - Attorney-at-Law, Los Angeles County Bar Association and District Bar Council (ORA) in Kraków; Consul of the Republic of Poland in Los Angeles in the years 2008–2012
    • Frank Diedrich - Attorney-at-Law, Mediator, activeLAW Klein.Offenhausen PartmbB, Law Firm
    • Barbara Dolniak - Deputy Marshal, Member of the seventh term, Polish Parliament (Sejm)
    • Jarosław Gwizdak - Judge, Chairman of the Board of the District Court Katowice-West in Katowice in the years 2013 - 2017
    • Roman Kusz - Chairman, External Image and Legal Protection Committee, Polish Bar Council (Naczelna Rada Adwokackal)
    • Kornel Morawiecki - Member of the Polish Parliament
    • Przemysław Schmidt - President, Lewiatan Court of Arbitration
  • The India – Poland Economic Co-operation Forum. Doing business with modern India

    • Barriers and opportunities for doing business in India.
    • Familiarising Polish business with the attractiveness of India
    • Barriers and opportunities for Indian business in Polish Market.
    • Growth of Indian Middle class demands high consumption productions and consumptions – what are the sectors where Polish investment may provide services  as per the Indian demands?
    • How Human Rigts Commision work as observatory body to protect labour rights and child abuses  from local and multinational companies?
    • How financial system in India is regulated and banking system is protected from financial downturns?
    • Maciej Fałkowski - Director, Economic Co-operation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
    • Vijay Khare - Head, Department of Defence and Strategic Studies, Director, Yashwantrao Chavan National Centre of International Security and Defense Analysis (YC-NISDA), Director of International Centre, Savitribai Phule Pune University
    • Piotr Kuba - Member of the Board, PFR Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych SA
    • Pradeep Kumar - president Indo-European Education Foundation, president ABS Institute, Faculty at University of Applied Sciences in Nysa
    • Sri Sushil Kumar Modi - Deputy Chief Minister of Finance, Bihar, India
    • Łukasz Porażyński - Director, Department of Trade and International Co-operation, Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Poland
    • Mukund Sarda - Dean, Faculty of Law, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), New College, Pune, India
    • K. C. Tyagi - Member, Rajaya Sabha, The State of Bihar
  • The Central Europe – Africa Economic Forum. Investment, competition and co-operation

    • Africa still remains very attractive to investors
    • Investors are competing for Africa – the advantages of Central European countries
    • Investment in agribusiness, infrastructure, construction, education and health. New opportunities for economic co-operation
  • Budgets of local governments under new restrictions

    • An amendment to the Public Finance Act: Will the individual debt indicator have the whip hand over the indebtedness of LGUs, or will it become a stumbling block to new investment projects?
    • Taxes and local fees versus tax relief. How to find the golden mean between the accumulation of profits and economic development in local governments?
    • The supervision of regional chambers of audit; extension of their competences versus the feasibility of the budgets of local governments and multi-annual financial forecasts
    • The richest and poorest local governments. Tax revenues per capita versus the actual financial situation of LGUs
    • A treasurer or a financial director? How to manage finances in a situation of permanent deficit?
  • Public transport

    • Transport in a city. The importance of an efficient system to development, the quality of life, the labour market, and investment attractiveness
    • How do Polish cities invest in public transport, and how does the state do it? Objectives, models, strategies and outlays
    • Main directions of the development of transport systems in cities – the connection to the grid, autonomy, sharing, and the electric drive
    • Shared transport – a new segment of the market. Are Polish cities prepared for a revolution?
    • Public bicycles – a test for the inhabitants, the infrastructure and the urban policy
    • Real needs in the field of mobility versus efficient applications and the willingness to co-operate within a community
    • Car-sharing: How to take advantage of the experiences gained by European metropolises in this regard? Legal, social and business aspects
  • Start-ups in Poland

    • The start-up ecosystem in Poland: the current state of play, financial situation, and institutional environment. Sources of support and methods of acceleration
    • How to invest in start-ups efficiently and effectively?
    • Quadrilateral financing: the state, EU funds, big corporations, and investment funds
    • Success models (Israel, USA). Are we able to repeat them?
    • Start-ups in the market. An idea is not enough. Products, competition, clients, and sales
    • Risks to the development of the ecosystem. Discipline in the utilisation of funds. Is there a deficit in ‘market’ thinking?
  • The G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance - young entrepreneurship in the face of global challenges

    • Transformations of the global economy and the new architecture of the world. Tasks for leaders and entrepreneurs
    • Young business in a dialogue with political and economic leaders. Expectations with respect to the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20 YEA) Summit in Buenos Aires
    • Main trends shaping the global economy. Competition and the international division of labour. Capital, resources and social changes
    • Digitisation versus the business of the future. New business activity models. Technology, humans and responsibility
    • The generation of the youngest entrepreneurs, or new skills for the new economy. What features should the economic leaders of the future have?


  • Investment


    Conditions for investment in the countries of the region: What types of investment will be located in Central European countries and what will determine these types? Factors that stimulate investment – the role of regulations, the administration, the business environment and the investment climate. The investment attractiveness of particular countries – various strategies of competing for investors. The risk for investors: To value, to mitigate, or to accept it?


  • Drones in the Polish economy

    • The flying business. The place of drones in the Polish economy. Design, manufacturing and services
    • The economic potential of drone technologies. An overview of applications and possibilities
    • Systematic, technical and legislative tools that standardise the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (U-Space, UTM, and the existing and planned legal solutions)
    • Attention, drones! Facts and stereotypes related to control, safety and poor reliability
    • Flights over a Smart City. Unmanned systems as a component of the smart city
    • The impact of unmanned technologies on economic and social life, education and the leisure industry
    • What are we to expect in the future? Directions of development of unmanned systems
    • Małgorzata Darowska
    • Agnieszka Hankus-Kubica - Director R&D, JSW Innowacje SA
    • Kazimierz Karolczak - Chairman of the Board, Upper Silesia & Zagłębie Metropolis (Górnośląsko-Zagłębiowska Metropolia)
    • Bartłomiej Pawlak - Deputy Chairman of the Board, Polish Development Fund (Polski Fundusz Rozwoju SA)
    • Tomasz Różyński - Director, Airspace Management and Operations Planning Bureau, Polish Air Navigation Services Agency
    • Piotr Samson - President, Civil Aviation Authority (Urząd Lotnictwa Cywilnego)
    • Artur Tomasik - Chairman of the Board, Polish Regional Airports Association (Związek Regionalnych Portów Lotniczych), Chairman of the Board, Upper Silesian Aviation Group (Górnośląskie Towarzystwo Lotnicze SA) – the entity managing the Katowice Airport
    • Mikołaj Wild - Plenipotentiary of the Government for the Central Airport and Railway Hub (Centralny Port Komunikacyjny – CPK), Secretary of State, Ministry of Infrastructure, Poland
  • Will there be a special economic zone spanning the entire territory of Poland?

    • SEZs in the Polish economy – an attempt at assessing the situation. The structure of investment in SEZs: How much innovation does it involve? Do the zones foster the development of new technologies?
    • The tools and policy of attracting investment. Do our advantages include tax exemptions and low labour costs?
    • A zone that is everywhere? A single investment area – details of the concept. Criteria for favouring
    • Government proposals in the opinion of business. Their potential effectiveness. Possible modifications
    • Consequences for the competition, free market and Poland’s image among investors
    • Consequences for the central budget, regional development and local communities
    • The role of local governments in building business environment: education, expansion of infrastructure, and spatial planning
  • The energy industry in Europe. Dilemmas and challenges


    Trends that shape the image of the European energy industry – the transformation is ongoing. Demand for energy, its supply, the way Polish systems operate, and their European convergence. How to ensure energy security? An overview of options. Investment in generation capacity in Europe; economic and political foundations of such investment projects. Mechanisms of the power market.

    Digitisation, decentralisation and decarbonisation. The future of the energy industry in EU’s Member States, and its diversified political and socio-economic conditions. Renewable technologies – dissemination, costs and regulations. Gas, the atom, co-generation and other alternatives to coal energy. Development of electromobility and energy storage techniques. Efficient energy management supported by technology. Distributed generation, new models of energy consumption, and prosumers.

  • A metropolis in practice

    • Almost a year has passed since the first metropolis was launched in Poland. What has been achieved? The greatest barriers to development
    • The art of dialogue. How to reach an agreement on strategic issues?
    • How to build the investment attractiveness of a metropolis? Business feedback
    • Conflicting interests, overarching objectives and efficient co-operation. How to operate within a metropolis effectively?
    • Questions about the future. What exactly is a metropolis? Does it mean common transport only?
  • Image crisis management

    • Image crises – their causes and consequences for finances, values and brands
    • "I apologise" is not enough. Crisis strategies illustrated with examples
    • Minimisation of losses, silencing, attention refocusing and an active ‘counter-attack’
    • Ready for the worst. The role of consistent image shaping and external relations (the media, PR and business environment)
    • Defeat turned into victory. Crisis as an opportunity to strengthen and renew the image
  • Public space, investment projects and development

    • Public space as a value, a common good and the subject of management. Experiences gained by other countries
    • Spatial order: What is it? Do we construct sloppily? Polish regulations versus practice
    • Assumptions of the Urban Construction Code Bill. What do investors say to that?
    • Cohesion, responsibility and sustainable development. At what level? The government and local governments in view of investment strategies
    • Dialogue between business and administration. The role of private investors in the shaping of public space
    • Spatial planning – procedures and costs (of defective decisions, omission, sluggishness, inconsistency, and a lack of strategy)
  • The India – Poland Economic Co-operation Forum. Solutions for business opportunities

    • First steps toward busienss: requirements and eligilibilities India/Poland side?
    • Laws and regulations are the guarenters of any investment – in this contest how Indian and Polish laws are asuring foreign investment in respective countries?
    • How education can play wider role fo new opportunieties to create a new road map for bilateral relations between India and Poland?
    • Growing and demanding helth care services provide new range of cooperation – how you see cooperation between India nad Poland ?
    • Where is the space for  logistics and transportation companies to contribute for changing India?
    • Presence of Indian Bank in Poland may increase the intrerest of Indian Business in Poland.  How you see the possibilities to establish banking cooperation between Indian and Poland?
    • Adish C. Aggarwala - President, International Council of Jurists, Chairman, All India Bar Association; Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Ex. Additional Advocate General of Government of Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Punjab
    • Ada Dyndo - Head, Foreign Trade Office, Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), Mumbai
    • Wojciech Hann - Member of the Management Board , Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego
    • Jagdish Jha - Advisor to Mediacal Council of Bihar (DMCH), Asst. Prof. Dept. Of Pathology,
    • Krzysztof Kopytko - 1st Counsel, Economic Co-operation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
    • Pradeep Kumar - president Indo-European Education Foundation, president ABS Institute, Faculty at University of Applied Sciences in Nysa
    • M. A. Sayeed - Former Principal Law Secretary & R.L.A., M. S., Member of Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission, Mumbai
    • Mohammad Sharif - Dean, Faculty of Law and Principal Patna Law College
    • S.P. Singh - Resource Person, Bihar Institute of Public Administration and Rural Development at WALMI; Dean, Social Sciences, Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) in Patna, India
    • Ludwik Sobolewski - Managing Partner, SKDG; Partner, Co-Founder, Cornerstone Communication
    • V.S.D.L. Surendra - First Secretary, Head of Commerce Wing, Embassy of India Warsaw
    • Jessie Sushil Modi - Department of Education, Patna University, Patna, India
  • The Central Europe – Africa Economic Forum. Polish companies/enterprises in Africa

    • Experience gained by Polish investors who have been active in African markets
    • Promising industries for Polish business. The products expected in Africa
    • Administration, business and the community. Relations established by investors versus the effectiveness of projects
    • How can the state support the efforts of Polish investors?
  • The financial market in Poland and in Central Europe

    • The situation of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) against the backdrop of Central Europe. Facts, factors and circumstances
    • The stock exchange is in crisis. How do defuse it? Short-term measures and a strategic prospect
    • The situation of companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. When does the stock exchange prove profitable? Difficult decisions
    • (New) investors on the stock exchange. Activation, trust and incentives
    • Ways to attract issuers. IPOs of foreign companies?
  • Europe – Japan. A fresh impetus

    • Trade between the EU and Japan. The current state of play and growth potential
    • The EU–Japan Free Trade Agreement – key findings
    • The world’s largest free trade area. Consequences for the parties and for the global economy
    • Removal of tariff barriers. Which industries will benefit from the agreement?
    • Access to large public tenders in Japan
    • The future of Japanese investment projects in Europe
    • Conditions for economic relations: standards, norms and quality.  Social customs, communication and organisational culture
  • Fintech – a revolution in the financial market

    • Fintech: What does it mean for the clients? Mobility, speed and transparency – the needs and expectations of the market
    • The role of technologies – new channels, models and rules of accessing the clients and the market
    • Key technologies from the point of view of the market. Reliability, efficiency and security
    • Traps and (cyber) threats: How to shun them? Technological gaps and other risk areas


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