EEC Online - the event, for the first time organised remotely and 100% accessible on the Internet, will take place on the originally planned 18-20 May. The online version of the Congress will be filled with live broadcasts, presentations, interviews, webinars and online debates on the economy, which, having found itself in a completely new situation, is looking for answers to basic questions.
(common session of the European Economic Congres and Health Challenges Congress)
Taking care of the payer's budget. Short-term policy with long-term consequences. Sustainability in pharmacy. How to manage the process wisely at every stage? The impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on the pharmaceutical sector in Poland. Drug shortages: causes, consequences, solutions. How to strengthen the national drug production?
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The summary of the first stage of implementing anti-crisis measures. Effects, experiences, conclusions. What have the anti-pandemic regulations changed in the way business is done? The recovery calendar and communication – quintessential for business. How have businesses adapted in order to survive and what risks are involved in their recovery? Prospects of the recovery of the economy in the light of financial data and macroeconomic forecasts.
Restarting the economy locally and globally – the pace, barriers, traps. Protectionism on the rise – threats for the Polish economy. The support for exporters and investors on foreign markets – effective action plans for the time of a global recession. International logistics facing new reality, challenges and opportunities.
The increase in the number of procedures of reconstruction and bankruptcy proceedings. Staying afloat – available tools, strategies and their limitations. Standard and emergency restructuring measures implemented by companies. Negotiating with contractors and creditors. Restructuring measures or anti-crisis support? A long- or short-term perspective? Court restructuring procedures – when to make the difficult decision?
Local government, tourism. The scale of crisis in the tourism industry – attempts at recovery. New reality – the new, alternative offer. Safety comes first. How to effectively cooperate? The role of tourism in the strategy of municipalities.
(common session of the European Economic Congress and European Tech & Start-up Days)
Cloud computing – key element of the 4th industrial revolution. The potential of doing business in the cloud and online. Cloud technologies vs. accelerating digitalisation – what about the demand for cloud solutions and services? Cloud in businesses in Poland and Europe. Investing in cloud infrastructure.
Smart factories and robotisation as an answer to both economic and demographic challenges as well as threats to public health. What will the fourth industrial revolution change in the relationship between manufacturers and customers? The industrial Internet of things as a way of improving products and processes. Barriers to the development of Industry 4.0. The labour market vs. skills and competences of employees.
Terra incognita on a country’s map of telecommunication infrastructure. Underdeveloped infrastructure – a barrier to digitalisation and development. Gaps widened by the pandemic. The digital gap: the perspective of the state administration, recommendations of local governments. How to execute projects successfully? Financing investments, the role of the state and business.
Using the possibilities of 5G to build an e-state, innovate the industry and develop a smart economy. Technologies and business models. Who is already “5G ready”? The safety of the infrastructure. Tenders and the financing of its development. Most advanced commercial executions. First experiences – global and national.
The condition of the European industry before and during the pandemic. Poland’s industrial potential in the network of corporate connections. Energy costs, climate protection regulations, extra-European competition. Forecasts for energy-intensive industries. Reshoring and changes in the structure of global economic links. Reactivation – how is the recession going to affect demand?
Structural funds in the fight against the crisis. How will the rules of utilizing EU funds change? Acceleration, facilitation, simplification. New allocation – potential outcomes for the Polish economy and investments. Priorities in the time of recession. Multiannual financial framework 2021-2027 as a strategic perspective. In pursuit of green investments. Unfaltering investments in renewables – an example of stability in volatile times and a potential driver for the economy.
Economic and social costs of the transformation of traditionally industrial regions. Problems exacerbated by socio-economic consequences of the pandemic. Plans, needs, actions – on the regional, national and European level. The fund and mechanism of just transition as an integral element of EU’s recovery strategy.