On September 6, the Golebiewski Hotel in Karpacz will host the 31st edition of the Economic Forum, which is the largest conference in Central and Eastern Europe. All thanks to the Institute for Eastern Studies Foundation that, once again, organizes this unique happening in cooperation with the city of Karpacz and the Lower Silesia Voivodeship. This year’s motto is „Europe in the face of New Challenges.”
31st Economic Forum will be held at the Golebiewski Hotel in Karpacz and will last from 6 to 8 September.
Within 30 years, The Economic Forum evolved into one of the biggest and most valid meetings of key figures of Central and Eastern Europe. Its international character is evidenced by numerous guests and the media’s attention.
This year’s edition includes over four hundred debates featuring guests from all over the world. The conference agenda will include the topic of security, energy and international politics. A special place in the event’s program is dedicated to the extended Ukrainian path.
During the Economic Forum, the fifth edition of the Report of the Warsaw School of Economics and the Economic Forum will be presented. The Report is a scientific study on the state of the economy of Poland and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in 2022.
The Program Council will also present awards for the eminent figures and most distinguished companies and organizations in Europe. The categories are Man of the Year, Company of the Year and NGO of Central and Eastern Europe.
In addition to the substantive part, the organizers provide a rich cultural and recreational program which includes meeting the author sessions, concerts, film screenings and presentations of the region’s tourist attractions.
Find out more at https://www.forum-ekonomiczne.pl/en/