Every year the European Economic Congress, the largest of such events in Central Europe, attracts a wide audience of opinion leaders from Europe and other continents.
Shaped by over a dozen of years of experience, the well-tested organisational formula of the European Economic Congress includes a three-day cycle of debates, meetings and accompanying events attended by splendid guests – European politicians, representatives of economic ministries of Polish governments and, most importantly, international investors and entrepreneurs from various industries.
The European Economic Congress, relying on competences of invited guests, indicates trends that are likely to shape the nearest future of the economy and determine directions in which it will develop.
Despite the negative impact the coronavirus pandemic had on the MICE industry, the Congress has remained active, addressing the economic community’s need for a debate, platform for sharing experience, and mutual support. The organisers used new electronic forms and channels of communication, making the events of 2020 and the early 2021 – held as part of an extensive EEC’s campaign – available to many more guests, commentators and journalists.
This year the EEC's campaign has reached new heights of pace and intensity. The foundation of the September Congress will be laid down in discussions, conversations, reports and other publications.
On 24-25 May we will hold EEC Online – a two-day conference in a proven remote formula. In view of their significance for the Polish economy, the rapidly changing situation, the dynamically transforming global politics, tight decisions schedules and initiated processes, we want to discuss the current subjects as soon as possible.