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    Economic Forum in Karpacz: Where Politics, Business, Art, and Science Converge

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    Economic Forum in Karpacz, Poland, gathers over 5,000 global guests, including politicians, entrepreneurs, artists, and scientists for three days of discussions and networking.

    The picturesque backdrop of Śnieżka mountain in Karpacz is set to host the Economic Forum, a convergence of minds that transcends borders. With over 5000 confirmed attendees from Poland, Europe, and around the world, this event promises to be a dynamic amalgamation of politics, business, art, and science.

    Distinguished politicians from across the spectrum will grace the forum, including Robert Telus, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Janusz Cieszyński, Minister of Digitalization, and Piotr Gliński, Minister of Culture and National Heritage. A special guest appearance by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is also anticipated.

    The world of business will be represented by notable figures like Teresa Czerwińska of the European Investment Bank, Rafał Brzoska, CEO of InPost, Artur Jankowski, President of Nestle Poland, and more. Their insights promise to enrich economic discussions.

    The forum transcends borders, with attendees like Anna Rathsman, Director General of the Swedish National Space Agency, and Halyna Yanchenko, Deputy of the Ukrainian Supreme Council, among others, bringing international perspectives to the table.

    Not to be overshadowed, the worlds of culture and science will also shine. Renowned authors Liz Plank, and Dr. Małgorzata Stefania Lewandowska, Professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, will contribute their wisdom.

    With diverse panels and cultural events, the Economic Forum in Karpacz offers a unique opportunity for international dialogue and networking. It’s a momentous occasion where minds from various domains converge for the betterment of our global society.

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