The prestigious and renowned brand, for years present on the market of economic events – the European Economic Congress – has remained active in the challenging pandemic reality. Not only has the Congress remained an important element of a public debate on the Polish and European economy, but it has also – thanks to its hybrid form – extended its reach. Subsequent events held from May to September 2020 were the adequate response of the organiser to the need for a discussion about economic hardships and challenges posed by the pandemic.
In 2021 the European Economic Congress assumes the form of a few months campaign covering a wide range of economic subjects and including many diversified activities; from events such as the 2nd Edition of EEC Trends Online, through reports, conversations and debated devoted to the subject of trends shaping our nearest future, to its culmination – the 13th European Economic Congress scheduled for 20-22 September 2021.
To the extent allowed by law, debates will be held in a hybrid formula: in the form of a live event taking place in front of the audience in the International Congress Centre in Katowice and online, with the possibility of remote participation. The event will be held in compliance with standards of epidemiological safety applicable on the day of the event.
We entered the second year of the pandemic more experienced and resilient. But certain things still remain beyond our control and this volatile situation will continue to test our flexibility and adaptability.
We would like to emphasize that the PTWP Group, as the organiser of the European Economic Congress, conducts its projects in a reliable and responsible way. Our mission, appreciated by our trusted Partners, remains unchanged in the extraordinary circumstances.
As we are getting ready for the events scheduled for 2021, we strive to satisfy our audience and participants expecting quality and efficiency.
Openness is the key
Good and well-established practice of the EEC is that its agenda has always been a product of discussion and consultation. Its thematic scope is developed by means of a dialogue with our partners, experts and participants of the Congress. The openness of the Congress guarantees it is always relevant and concentrated on most important issues.
We count on your presence, especially in this difficult, unstable and uncertain year. Together we are able to identify trends and phenomena as well as consider various ways in which the situation may develop, thus allowing us to better navigate the post-pandemic reality.
Below is an open preliminary list of suggested subjects for debate at EEC 2021:
- Reconstruction plan for Europe
- European Green Deal
- International trade and economic relations after the pandemic
- Digitalisation of the economy
- Consumer in the “new normality”
These are the main subjects of the 2021 European Economic Congress. Have we missed anything? What problems will we face in the nearest months to come? What do you believe we should emphasize?
Feel free to suggest subjects and ideas – we are waiting for your bold, interesting and controversial recommendations.
Join us in determining the subject of Central Europe's most important economic debate.