We will meet in a unique place - the International Congress Centre in Katowice! The unusual shape of the facility, the green valley leading to the Spodek Arena, unique climate and energy, area and capacity, this is where great events take place.
Dozens of online debates about an economy transformed by a pandemic - opportunities for a new opening. Current and important topics for the future of business and the market. Dozens of invited entrepreneurs and investors, government representatives and experts.
25 April 2022 • Katowice,
International Congress Center
26-27 April 2022 • Katowice,
University of Silesia, Faculty of Humanities
The European Forum of Young Leaders will provide participants from Poland, other European Union countries, the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and the Caucasus with a space to share experiences, establish contacts and discuss topics important to young people across Europe.
New business conditions in the international arena – trade and logistics; and risk and security. The European economy – exports and trade after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. The architecture of the global market: What is changing, and what are we to expect? Europe’s competitiveness being confronted with transformations in Asian countries and their economic and political rivalry with the USA. Climate responsibility leaders in a time of energy crisis: How to decarbonise the economy while taking care of it? Investment in science, knowledge and innovation.
President, Centre for International Relations, CEO, THINKTANK
Director, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) Warsaw
Deputy Chairman of the Board, FAKRO
Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland 2019–2021
Local Partner, McKinsey & Company
Department of International Relations and Security, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (KUL)
Senior Economist for Poland and EU countries, The World Bank
Editor-in-Chief, ‘Nowy Przemysł’ Economic Magazine
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