Economic Forum in Toruń
March 3, 2014
Top politicians, businessmen and academics from Poland and abroad are expected to descend on the northern city of Toruń for the 21st Economic Forum March 3-4.
The Forum is one of the largest conferences of its kind in Poland, giving politicians and businessmen an opportunity to discuss the state of the Polish economy in the globalized world of today. Every year, the event is attended by over 1,000 people.
The two-day conference includes a string of panel discussions, business meetings and banquets in addition to accompanying cultural events.
This year’s forum, whose theme is “Integration and Cooperation,” will focus on small, medium-sized and micro enterprises and look at the main challenges facing the Polish, European and global economies. Jacek Janiszewski, who chairs the Program Council of the Integration and Cooperation Association, the organizer of the conference, says the Economic Forum will discuss Poland’s development opportunities and the problems these present. “Along with a number of new topics, we will hold our regular discussions, including a panel discussion on the role of women in business.”
Key topics at this year’s forum will include the economy, banking and finance, energy, environment, infrastructure and transportation, international cooperation, agriculture, food processing, trade, social affairs and health.
For further information go to www.forumgospodarcze.pl