EEC 2019


  • Renewable energy sources – regulations and the market

    • The regulatory framework pertaining to RES development in EU countries
    • The future of the green energy market in Europe. The optimum energy mix in the EU in 2030
    • What to invest in? Costs of energy coming from RES – types of sources, trends, and diversification
    • Should there be offshore now? Advantages and disadvantages of offshore wind farms. Interest expressed by investors
    • The German green energy market. Energiewende lessons for Poland
    • Social and market aspects of the ‘green revolution’ in the energy industry
  • Innovations and research & development in the energy industry

    • Directions and fields of R&D activities in the energy sector
    • New and more efficient renewable technologies. Energy storage methods
    • Digitisation in the energy industry. Managing energy consumption, the electric power system and relations in the energy market
    • Innovations in practice. Examples of commercialisation of research findings
  • Polish coal – the perspective by 2030

    • The role of coal in the economy and in the energy industry
    • The raw material policy of the state. Carbon stocks and their availability
    • What about investment projects? How to ensure coal supply from Polish mines?
    • Modern and efficient extraction. Technologies and innovations aimed at saving hard coal mining and securing extraction in the future
    • Tomasz Jurkanis - Partner, McKinsey & Company Poland Sp. z o.o.
    • Sławomir Obidziński - President, Węglokoks
    • Janusz Olszowski - President, Górnicza Izba Przemysłowo-Handlowa (Mining Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
    • Tomasz Rogala - Chairman of the Board, Polska Grupa Górnicza SA, President, EURACOAL – European Association for Coal and Lignite
    • Sanjay Samaddar - Chairman of the Board, ArcelorMittal Poland SA, CEO, Europe – Flat Products Business Division East
    • Janusz Steinhoff - former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of Poland
    • Grzegorz Tobiszowski - Secretary of State, Ministry of Energy, Poland, Government Plenipotentary for Restructuring of the Mininig Industry
    • Artur Wasil - Chairman of the Board, Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka
  • Sport and the economy

    • Sport in the world – the powerful mainspring of the economy. Trends and scenarios to be used
    • The role of sport in the Polish economy – profits from sporting events. Their impact on tourism, the hotel industry and the catering industry
    • Sport as an employer and taxpayer
    • A market catalyst? Promotion, marketing, image building and sponsorship in sport
    • The pedagogic value. The fan culture. The role of sport in building social cohesion
  • The end of the term of office - it is time for summaries

    • The 2014–2018 term of office in the eyes of local government alliances, experienced local government leaders and local authorities who are approaching the end of their first term of office
    • Election promises versus the local government reality in the eyes of urban movements and non-governmental organisations
    • Relations between LGUs and the government. In what way has central policy affected the situation of local governments over the last four years?
    • Relations between an executive authority and a resolution-making authority, or who is responsible for the situation in LGUs
  • The Polish housing market

    • The housing market in Poland – deficiencies, problems and development opportunities
    • Will the "Mieszkanie Plus" ("Housing Plus") Programme serve as a cure for basic deficiencies? Administrative actions versus the market
    • The special-purpose Housing Act: Will it increase the availability of land for residential construction?
    • The financing of social and municipal housing
    • Is there a boom now? The supply of new housing space in various segments of the market – forecasts
  • Broadband Internet infrastructure in Europe and in Poland

    • EU’s digital agenda – intentions and the current state of implementation
    • Digitisation in Poland against the backdrop of Europe. Capabilities, means and results for the economy
    • Experiences in implementation and opportunities for an acceleration
  • Ten years after the crisis… Is it time for another one?

    • What conclusions should the world draw from the Lehman Brothers case?
    • Are we on the brink of another global economic turmoil?
    • Crisis: What do you say? Prevention and mitigation or an escape forward?
    • Anti-crisis prevention? New regulations and revisions of regulations aimed at preventing acute symptoms of the economic downturn
    • The crisis of capitalism and… what will come next? Real and illusory development alternatives for Europe and the world
  • Revitalisation in Poland

    • Offices inside a railway station, a fitness club inside a slaughterhouse, and loft warehouses – possibilities of readaptation of facilities and space. Revitalisation projects are changing Polish cities
    • Nowe Centrum Łodzi, Wyspa Spichrzów (Granary Island), Browary Warszawskie (Warsaw Brewery)… Have developers fallen in love with revitalisation?
    • A profit and loss account: How much does it really cost to bring post-industrial property back to life? Sources of financing
    • Preserving the heritage and giving space back to people. The social face of revitalisation
    • When revitalisation becomes a passion. A list of rescued facilities – spectacular examples
    • Co-operation and compromise. Dialogue between business and the monument conservation service
  • Security of the critical infrastructure

    • Risks to energy supply systems and the remaining infrastructure that ensures the operation of the economy and the state
    • Key risk areas – vulnerability to cyber-attacks, terror acts, failures and catastrophes
    • The scale of potential consequences. Costs of repairing damage
    • The role of the state and its co-operation with business entities aimed at ensuring security
  • The education system – a new perspective

    • Changes in the economy, technologies and social structure versus traditional education models
    • How to teach and educate for the future? The labour market versus the aspirations of young people
    • Finland and Switzerland – examples of the search for new educational models and practices
    • The role of regulations, institutions, companies/enterprises and local governments in the changes to the education system
  • CSR and HR, or the responsibility and attractiveness of employers

    • This is what helps them employ people. A new paradigm in business and in the activity of non-governmental organisations
    • CSR standards and charity activities as an employer’s asset and as an incentive that motivates the employees
    • Helping effectively and together. Integration around common values
    • Standards of co-operation between socially responsible companies and NGOs. Benefits on both sides
  • Distribution of steel

    • Changes in the steel market – main phenomena and trends
    • Smaller sales volumes and short lines of "personalised" products
    • New technologies in steel processing and trade
    • Logistics. Comprehensiveness of the range of products and services. Specialist services
  • The automotive market worldwide and in Poland in the face of technological mega-trends

    • Main factors of competitiveness in automotive manufacturing
    • Sources of demand and promising solutions and product lines
    • Will there be a Polish brand in the global market for automotive parts and components?
    • Autonomous cars – opportunities and barriers to their applications. Consequences for the market
    • Buses and other fleet solutions for public transport as a Polish export speciality. Do we stand a chance of succeeding worldwide?
    • Jakub Faryś - President, Polish Association of Automotive Industry (PZPM)
    • Alfred Franke - President, Polish Association of Automotive Parts Distributors and Producers (Stowarzyszenie Dystrybutorów i Producentów Części Motoryzacyjnych - SDCM)
    • Janusz Kobus - Vice-President, Pilkington Automotive Poland; Vice-President, Polish Chamber of Automotive Industry (PIM)
    • Andrzej Korpak - General Manager, Opel Manufacturing Poland
    • Piotr Myszor - Journalist, WNP.PL, ‘Nowy Przemysł‘ Economic Magazine
    • Janusz Soboń - President, Kirchhoff Automotive Polska
    • Leszek Waliszewski - Chairman of the Board, FA Krosno
  • Prospects for the agri-food industry in foreign markets

    • The success of Polish food in the international arena
    • Will it be possible to maintain the free exchange of goods and services in the EU? Polish food exports under the pressure of escalating protectionism
    • Subsequent EU’s free trade agreements. Will Japan, China and Korea join Canada? Potential consequences for the Polish agri-food production
    • Food companies in distant markets. Prospects of exports to Africa, Asia and South America
    • Let’s compete – not only in terms of price. The advantages of Polish food. How to build strong Polish food brands?
  • Information management… is the leverage of trade

    • New trade models based on data processing: digital, omni-channel and e-commerce
    • Big Data. A new level of competition due to data analysis and the knowledge of the clients’ profiles
    • A sum of a client’s experiences and emotions. Customer Experience: How to manage those resources?
    • Personalisation of the range of products and services, which utilises new technologies
    • The future of retail: digitisation and automation in the service of retail trade
    • Business intelligence in the process of consumer trends recognition
  • Poland is in the game - in the global MICE market

    • The dynamics and potential of the Polish MICE market. From an assessment to a forecast
    • How to outstrip the rivals in the international arena? Warsaw, Kraków and Katowice are fighting for large-scale events
    • Hotels and the meetings market: Is it a perfect symbiosis? Requirements of conference organisers versus the hotel market in Poland
    • The impact of the MICE market on other sectors of the economy, the labour market and regional development
  • The new consumer

    • Consumers 20+ – the ‘new consumption’ generation. Models of behaviour and their volatility
    • To reach young people. Digital communication channels. How to use them?
    • Personalisation, joint participation and availability instead of possession? What do new consumers expect?
    • The art of influence: influencers, followers and trendsetters
    • Sport, e-sport and leisure – areas that allow reaching young consumers


  • Technologies for climate

    • Sustainable development and climate and environmental protection as a market trend. ‘Clean’ technologies as an opportunity for European industry
    • The place and role of the idea of sustainable development in the strategies pursued by companies/enterprises. Requirements, objectives, directions of actions, and models of co-operation
    • What do start-ups and mature business do for the environment? A review of good practices – solutions, undertakings and programmes
    • Up-to-date innovations – technologies for energy efficiency and emissions reduction; increased use of renewable energy sources
    • Smart means clean and emission-free. Smart city/home/environment/workplace
    • Regulatory and financial support for environmental protection technologies


  • Energy clusters

    • The idea behind energy clusters: Is this a Polish patent on RES?
    • The concept is at a preliminary stage of implementation. Initial experiences. Credibility of projects
    • Initiative, enthusiasm and consistency. The way from an idea to a result
    • Synergies and interests. The meanders of co-operation: administration – local governments – business
    • Necessary regulations for distributed generation
    • Clusters in the structure of the Polish energy industry, in the system, and in co-existence with big groups
  • Innovations in mining versus Poland’s export offer

    • Will there be a mine of the future ‘made in Poland’? Will Poland become an exporter of technologies and know-how?
    • Chances for a Polish brand in this field
    • Co-operation in foreign markets – for the purposes of offering a comprehensive range of products and services
    • State support for the Polish extractive technology. What can exporters count on?
  • The halfway point for funds - the current and new EU financial frameworks

    • Local governments have reached the halfway point of the EU financial framework 2014–2020. Success and mistakes. Experiences and corrections
    • How do you think (of your expenses)? Examples of efficient, promising and pro-development investment projects
    • How to live and how to invest? What about the budget after 2020?
    • Alternative sources of investment financing: PPP and the Juncker’s Plan
  • Local governments in view of demography and migration

    • Demographic forecasts and cities that are depopulating at the fastest rate
    • Deglomeration and depopulation – their economic and financial as well as social consequences
    • How to build and transform cities in order to make them attractive to young people? Space, the quality of life, services, and culture
    • Ideas for supporting families and stimulating the fertility rate
    • Government programmes aimed at changing the demographic structure (Maluch+, 500+ and Senior+)
  • The financing of health care systems - an overview of solutions, and recommendations

    • The budget, health insurance contributions and patients’ co-payments: Is health care spoilt for choice?
    • Private medical treatment expenses and the market for commercial health insurance in Poland
    • The financing of health care services is not enough: What about investment projects?
    • Models of financing of health care. How can we benefit from the experiences of other countries?
  • Nuclear energy in Poland

    • Who will construct the Polish nuclear power plant? Models of financing
    • Will the development of the nuclear programme in Poland help us maintain coal-based power engineering?
    • What will the construction of a nuclear power plant mean to the entire Polish economy? A quantum leap in technology? What will be the role of sub-suppliers?
  • The space industry

    • The European Space Agency (ESA) against the global backdrop. Polish accents
    • The Polish space sector – an assessment of achievements; prospects; and ambitions. Which way is the future?
    • The space industry in development plans of the government. The Polish Space Strategy. Declarations and practice
    • Opportunities tailored to capabilities. The roles of corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises, and start-ups
    • The army – an important business partner. The global perspective, geopolitics, and outlays
    • Space technologies as a source of innovation in the ‘ground-based’ economy. From science to business
    • Aleksandra Bogdan-Włodek - Director, Materials Research Laboratory, Śląskie Centrum Naukowo Technologiczne Przemysłu Lotniczego Sp. z o.o. (Silesian Science and Technology Centre of Aviation Industry)
    • Grzegorz Brona - President, Polish Space Agency
    • Sławomir Kosieliński - President, ‘Instytut Mikromakro’ Foundation (Fundacja Instytut Mikromakro)
    • Robert Nowicki - Deputy Director, Department of Innovation , Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Poland
    • Adam Piotrowski - Chairman of the Board, VIGO System
    • Jacek Ziarno - Editor-in-Chief, ‘Nowy Przemysł’ Economic Magazine
  • Reorganization

    • A company in trouble. Changing the structure: Is it a universal remedy?
    • Deficits – of time, liquidity and credibility. How to restore the balance?
    • Mistakes, deficiencies and barriers. What hinders effective restructuring?
    • Restructuring and insolvency law; its priorities (debt recovery and removal) and its operation in practice
    • The umbrella over a company/enterprise – an effective incentive to restructure. What about the rights of creditors?
    • The role of advisers and the rules of their co-operation with other participants in the recovery process
    • How not to fall to another low? Changes, their consequences, and consistency in action
  • Business and emotions - design in the contemporary economy

    • A good product that consumers have a liking for. The importance of good design
    • Building the competitiveness of enterprises through creativity
    • How much does it cost? How to invest in design efficiently and effectively?
    • From idea to project to implementation. Meanders of co-operation between business and designers
  • Labour resources as a barrier to growth

    • Access to employees as the key problem experienced by contemporary business
    • Consequences of staff shortages in the macroeconomic dimension. Do they pose a real threat to development?
    • Automation or immigration? How to remedy the shortages? Current trends. What are we to expect?
    • Business management in the situation of permanent staff shortages. Development of competences, new organisational solutions, and improvement in efficiency
    • Problems in the labour market as a stimulant to qualitative changes and investment carried out by companies/enterprises
  • Premium property

    • The potential of the Polish luxury property segment. Will there be ‘golden postcodes’ in Poland? If so, when will it happen?
    • Demand, supply and prices. The role of property’s location and standard, as well as of the expectations of a demanding client. Opinions of developers
    • Promising though rather small – long-term prospects of development of the luxury housing property market
    • There is more to that than just apartments. Multifunctional premium-class facilities (flats, office space, commercial buildings, hotels and restaurants)
    • Luxury leasing – institutional investors are looking at Poland
    • The premium segment as an area of investment property purchases
  • The "Poland Hotel" invites you in

    • The key players of the global hotel market are zeroing in on Poland
    • Investment funds have gone hotel shopping. The genesis of the boom. What will come next?
    • The hotel base at the stage of rapid growth. New challenges?
    • Business or tourism. A fashion for Poland, or how to build demand for hotel services
  • Waste management in contemporary cities

    • European trends in waste management. The circular economy as an inspiration
    • Regulations in waste management in Poland – after the amendments to the Act and before the challenges
    • Objectives of the EU: How to implement them?
    • Infrastructure: MBT installations and incineration plants. Utilisation, restrictions and problems
    • Agnieszka Fiuk - Managing Director, ATF Polska
    • Marek Goleń - Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
    • Magda Gosk - Director, Waste Management Department, Ministry of the Environment, Poland
    • Ryszard Langer - Chairman of the Board, Krakowski Holding Komunalny SA
    • Paweł Okrasa - Mayor of Wieluń
    • Robert Perkowski - Mayor of Ząbki; Chairman of the Board, Association of Polish Local Governments
    • Norbert Skibiński - Director of Industrial Projects, Veolia
    • Piotr Szewczyk - Chairman, Regional Municipal Waste Treatment Facilities (Rada RIPOK); Municipal Solid Waste Treatment and Neutralisation Plant ‘Orli Staw’ (Zakład Unieszkodliwiana Odpadów ‘Orli Staw’)
  • The European steel industry under pressure

    • Steel production in Europe. Trends, prospects and global competition
    • Protecting the European market – solutions and their effectiveness
    • The EU emissions regulations and their impact on the profitability of steel production; the technologies used and their limitations
    • Latest technologies versus efficiency. Industry 4.0 as a response to stringent emissions standards
    • The availability of raw materials – this is the greatest challenge
  • The water and sewage industry in the face of changes

    • Introduction of the new Water Law – an overview by the Ministry of the Environment and companies/enterprises from the water and sewage industry
    • Water and sewage tariffs – the situation of enterprises versus the expectations of inhabitants
    • Water from the sky? Rainwater and thaw water – a trouble or income?
    • Investment projects in the water and sewage industry as part of the current EU framework versus other sources of financing of network expansion and modernisation (privatisation, PPP and consolidation)
    • Marcin Bejm - Partner, Energy and Infrastructure Projects Practice, Leader of the Infrastructure and Project Finance Team, CMS
    • Joanna Budzińska-Lobnig - Director, Department of Local Government Investments, Polish Development Fund
    • Piotr Czarnocki - Head, Department of Sustainable Development and International Co-operation, Ministry of the Environment, Poland
    • Stanisław Drzewiecki - Chairman of the Board, Miejskie Wodociągi i Kanalizacja w Bydgoszczy (Municipal Water and Sewage Company in Bydgoszcz)
    • Piotr Ziętara - Chairman of the Board, Kraków Waterworks (Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Wodociągów i Kanalizacji w Krakowie
    • Witold Ziomek - President, Municipal Water and Sewage Company in Wrocław (Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Wodociągów i Kanalizacji we Wrocławiu)
  • Strategies for creating strong food brands

    • The food industry in Poland – there is modern production, but marketing seems to be "behind the schedule"
    • A strong brand in competition and distribution
    • Creating new needs among consumers: Build a new category and you will become the leader in it
    • How to compete effectively with the increasingly recognisable private labels?
    • A legend instead of a brand, and fans instead of customers. How is it done?
    • Culinary websites, the blogosphere, and social media – new channels of communication with consumers
  • A revolution in retail trade

    • New rules and phenomena in sales: exchange, sharing and subscription
    • The sharing economy: cars, flats and clothes. What will come next?
    • Building customer experience: easier, cheaper and in a more exciting way
    • New consumers are looking for new solutions
    • Innovative technologies and payment models as an offer for a client and as support for traders
    • Being Amazon or Uber. The giants set new ways of thinking about business
  • Digitisation in the media world

    • The media market in the digital era. Directions and visible consequences of transformations
    • How has digitisation affected the media market? New possibilities for recipients, editorial offices and advertisers
    • The latest technological solutions (Big Data, in-depth content analysis) and their proper use. How to catch the attention of readers and satisfy their needs?
    • The growing number of paying readers and the revenues from e-commerce for premium publishers
    • The trends of tomorrow. The new audience and new models of content perception as a challenge for the media
    • The impact of social media on traditional media coverage


  • HR in companies/enterprises - motivations, relations and effectiveness

    • Staff fluctuation as a real problem for many companies/enterprises. The most common reasons for changing jobs
    • HR policy in hard times, that is, how to attract and retain a specialist
    • The deficit of loyalty. Creating bonds with a company/enterprise in the era of fierce competition for employees
    • Involvement and reserves in view of staff shortages. The art of effective motivation
    • A salary is not enough. There should be benefits, but what should they look like? Employee benefits – arguments for and against
    • A gym, a nap or a nursery school? Investment in the work environment. Fashion versus real needs
    • Health packages – investment in availability. Costs of absence in the balance sheet of a company/enterprise
  • Football, business and standards

    • More than a sport. Football in Europe – the scale of its impact on the economy and social life
    • Internal problems of the world-famous football clubs: transparency, ethical standards, and image
    • Football as a reflection of the modern world: globalisation, neocolonialism and disproportions
    • A football championship as investment. Return on capital, other benefits, and risk
    • Polish football versus club giants in Europe – distance, objectives and reality
    • Why does Polish football make it difficult to earn money? Is this because of immaturity of the market, a deficit of capital, or structural flaws?
  • Tourism as the driving force behind the region’s development

    • Current trends. A change in lifestyle and increased wealth and mobility versus prospects of development of tourism and the leisure industry
    • A hotel is not enough. The contemporary range of tourist services – attractive, comprehensive and extraordinary
    • Examples of complex and original tourist products from Europe and Poland. How can we create them?
    • First of all, infrastructure. Private and public projects that build tourism potential
    • Necessary investment versus preservation of the region’s natural and landscape values
  • Waterways in Poland and in Europe

    • The share of inland transport in the total transport in the EU. Its international character and development trends
    • Objectives of the EU’s inland transport development policy, and plans of expansion of the waterways network
    • The Polish inland waterways network on the European map; chances of becoming part of EU’s investment plans
    • The Inland Waterways Development Programme. Progress in the implementation of the government plan to make rivers passable as waterways, as well as for flood protection and for the needs of the renewable energy industry
    • Key investment projects in the waterways network by 2020
    • Jacek Cichocki - Vice-President for Development, Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority (Zarząd Morskich Portów Szczecin i Świnoujście SA)
    • Adrian Czubak - Voivode of the Opolskie Voivodeship
    • Przemysław Daca - Chairman, National Water Management Authority
    • Andrzej Klimek - Deputy Chairman of the Board, Director Inland Navigation Division, Inland Navigation Division, OT Logistics SA
    • Sławomir Kopyść - Member of the Board of Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship
    • Piotr Stefaniak - Journalist, WNP.PL and Nowy Przemysł
    • Jerzy Wcisła - Senator, Poland; Chairman, Parliamentary Group for Waterways Development
    • Przemysław Żukowski - Deputy Director, Department of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, Poland
  • Data under supervision

    • RODO – the EU regulation pertaining to personal data protection. Genesis, objectives and tools
    • Expected changes in the acts of importance to state institutions
    • Benefits for citizens and consequences for business activity
    • Data protection versus new technologies and information management in business
  • Culture, cities and the economy

    • Whether high, popular or physical, culture improves the quality of life. The range of leisure activities versus urban development
    • The meetings industry; the creative sector; and culture and art – their importance to the contemporary economy
    • Culture in corporate strategies (CCI – Corporate Cultural Involvement). Image, prestige and social expectations?
    • What does ‘healthy’ mean? Relations between culture and business. The strength of stereotypes and the need for good standards
    • I am from here. The identity of a place as a common denominator for culture and business. Co-operation between business, non-governmental organisations and cultural institutions.
    • Confidence pays off. The art of building social capital based on culture
    • Waldemar Bojarun - Deputy Mayor of Katowice
    • Artur Celiński - Expert for Cultural Policy, DNA Miasta / Magazyn Miasta
    • Pete Kercher - Founder, European Institute for Design and Disability (EIDD), Ambassador, Design for All Europe
    • Alicja Knast - Director, Silesian Museum
    • Dorota Nigge - Team Leader European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, Directorate-General for Education and Culture European Commission
    • Joanna Sanetra-Szeliga - Deputy Head, The Research Institute of European Heritage, International Cultural Centre, Krakow
  • Trade on Sundays

    • Restrictions on trade on Sundays in the Polish market – first socio-economic consequences
    • Reactions and opinions of traders, employees and customers
    • Legal solutions in EU countries. Experience, precedents and comparisons (e.g. with the Hungarian market)
    • Alfred Bujara - Chairman, Division of Trade Empolyees Board, Independent Self-Governing Trade Union ‘Solidarity’ (NSZZ Solidarność)
    • Renata Juszkiewicz - President, Polish Trade and Distribution Organisation (Polska Organizacja Handlu i Dystrybucji – POHiD)
    • Radosław Knap - Director General, Member of the Board, Polish Council of Shopping Centres (Polska Rada Centrów Handlowych)
    • Maciej Ptaszyński - General Manager, Polish Chamber of Trade (Polska Izba Handlu – PIH)
    • Mateusz Warchał - Expert, National Secretariat of Banks, Trade and Insurance, NSZZ Solidarność
    • Tomasz Wróblewski - President, Warsaw Enterprise Institute Foundation; Ambassador, Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers (Związek Przedsiębiorców i Pracodawców)
  • Experience in managing the agri-food sector

    • Agricultural policy pursued by the Western countries. Agriculture in the structures of developed economies
    • Contracting, risks and the free market. Where are the limits of regulation? How to stabilise demand and supply?
    • Expectations of the food industry (large batches of raw materials and stability of supplies) versus the structure of Polish agriculture
    • The weak and the strong. The market and monopolies. Standards pertaining to relations between suppliers, agents and processing plants
    • Conditions for co-operation in particular sectors of the market (milk, meat and cereals)
    • The role of industry associations and producer groups in Poland and in the West
    • Promotion, agricultural subsidies and other available and desired tools that allow administration to support the agri-food sector
    • Witold Boguta - Chairman of the Board, National Association of Fruit and Vegetable Producer Groups (Krajowy Związek Grup Producentów Owoców i Warzyw)
    • Tomasz Kaczyński - Head of Food Law Team, Life Sciences Practice, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka (DZP) Law Firm
    • Julian Pawlak - Chairman of the Board, Polish Association of Juice Producers (Stowarzyszenie Krajowa Unia Producentów Soków)
    • Jarosław Sachajko - Chairman, Agriculture and Rural Development Committee (RRW) of the Polish Parliament (Sejm)
    • Roman Wieczorkiewicz - ‘Rynek Spożywczy’ Magazine
  • What is the role of young people in the shaping of Europe? How do young people see Europe in 10 years’ time?



  • Technology versus Humanity. To overcome the contradictions

    • A new wonderful world? Risks resulting from the dynamic development of technology
    • Automatic machines and robots. Will they take our jobs? Will they create new specialities?
    • Is AI more dangerous than a bomb? ‘Destructive technologies’: How not to lose control?
    • Artificial intelligence and artificial empathy. Humans and machines – new possibilities and new relations
    • Technologies versus the phenomena of social exclusion, addiction and alienation

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