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.
Welcoming and a short announcement of the incoming European Economic Congress scheduled for early September, taking place in the International Congress Centre.
European Green Deal – EU's strategy of an economic growth in the face of new challenges. How will European Green Deal transform the economy and how will it affect its competitiveness? Revolution in industrial manufacturing, mobility and everyday life. The role of new technologies. Tools, mechanisms and the financing of European Green Deal. The European energy sector on its way to climate neutrality. The role of the energy sector in a sustainable economy. Trends in renewables and green technologies leading the direction of energy transition.
Finances and the investment potential of the EU in the face of the crisis.
The role of a state, financial directions and possibilities on the stage of economic recovery. Needs, possibilities of the financial sectors, tools and risk assessment. The current condition of the banking sector vs. the security of the entire economy. What about the financing of innovations and technological development?
Trends determining the direction and pace of the digital transition of the economy.
Economy of a digital era: leading industries, key technologies, management and effectiveness. People and competences, financial and institutional support in the context of accelerating digitalisation.
A few words about the thematic scope of European Tech and Start-up Days 2020 held on 3-4 September, 2020, in the International Congress Centre in Katowice.
Numerous challenges lie ahead of sport during the pandemic. Both large and small sports facilities are currently grappling with a great deal of hardship. What does it take to organise a sports event nowadays? How are organisers adapting to the “new reality” What actually is the new reality of the world of sport?