The 31st Economic Forum in Karpacz is the largest meeting platform in Central and Eastern Europe, where our future is being built. The event will take place in Poland from 6 to 8 September.
The 31st Economic Forum in Karpacz is the largest meeting platform in Central and Eastern Europe, where not only security, perspectives of economic development, contemporary challenges, and overcoming crises will be discussed, but also specific solutions and innovative ideas will be presented. The international dimension of the Economic Forum gives a chance to replace stereotypes with facts and to form opinions based on these factual exchanges of views.
During the three days of the conference, 300 debates will be held with 4000 guests from Europe, Central Asia, and the US. Karpacz will be the center of the Economic Forum for the third time, an event bringing together political, economic, and social leaders for thirty years. The conference is organized by the Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies; the guests are representatives of governments, politics, business, science, and culture from Europe, Asia, and North America.
The Economic Forum will be held this year at the Gołębiewski Hotel from 6 to 8 September under the motto “Europe in the Face of New Challenges.” Panel discussions will cover over a dozen themes, including the war in Ukraine, security, energy, healthcare, international politics, innovation, and sustainable development.
In addition to the substantive part, the Economic Forum’s agenda will include cultural and recreational events. As in previous years, awards will be given in three categories: Person of the Year, Company of the Year, and NGO of Central and Eastern Europe. Furthermore, the 5th edition of the SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Economic Forum Report will be presented, focusing on current socio-economic trends and phenomena.
More information about the program of the 31st Economic Forum and registration can be found at 31st Economic Forum – XXXI Forum Ekonomiczne w Karpaczu (forum-ekonomiczne.pl).