9th European Economic Congress in Katowice took place from Wednesday to Friday. The participants tried to answer the most important questions about the state and prospects of the European economy. Nearly 400 panelists participated in 65 sessions. Also, the second edition of European Start-up Days was launched in Spodek simultaneously.
Participants of the largest economic event of Central Europe discussed climate policy, infrastructure investments, investment financing and EU funds in the opinion-forming group. The panelists also discussed topics such as: mining and industrial regions, electromobility, or business development.
The European Economic Congress (EEC) in Katowice is a three-day series of debates, meetings and accompanying events involving over 8,000 guests from Poland, Europe and the world. In almost 100 sessions, there are several hundred panelists, EU commissioners, prime ministers and representatives of European governments, presidents of the largest companies, scientists and practitioners, decision makers with real impact on economic and social life. In the opinion of the public, discussions are held on the issues that are most relevant to the development of Europe.