Learn why Poland is the core of expansion of highly innovative and technically advanced industries in Europe. Poland is the only EU member country not to fall into recession in 2009. It is the 6th largest economy in Europe doing by far much better than most of its EU neighbors. What are the sources of Poland’s success? What drives Poland’s economy forward? Learn what this means for the present and future of Polish-American economic relations.
Meet of One of the Most Respected and Accomplished Economists in Poland!
-President of Lewiatan–Polish Confederation of Private Employers (3000 companies, 600,000 employees). Learn more
–Vice President of BUSINESSEUROPE–Europe’s largest employer organization. Learn more
–President of Boeing Central and Eastern Europe (Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Kosovo, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia). Learn more
A Renowned figure of economic and social life in Poland. Doctor of economics and certified management consultant. President of Polish Confederation of Private Employers Lewiatan, the largest organization of private employers in Poland. Vice President of BUSINESSEUROPE, the largest employers’ organization in Europe. Member of the Enterprise Policy Group at the European Commission, advising on economic policy of the European Union. Vice-Chairperson of the Tripartite Committee for Social and Economic Issues. President of Boeing Central & Eastern Europe. Chairperson of the joint Polish-Japanese Economic Committee facilitating development of the Polish-Japanese economic co-operation.Presidential candidate in 2005. Minister of Industry and Trade in the government of Jan Krzysztof Bielecki in 1991. Co-founder of the Nike Literary Award for the Best Book of the Year. Holder of the Kisiel Prize for independent thinking and entrepreneurship and the Andrzej Bączkowski Award for particular contribution to the development of social dialogue in Poland and action over political divisions. Decorated with the Commander’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta and with the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star.Time Schedule Thursday, January 12, 2012 7:00am-7:30am – Registration/Networking
7:30am -8:30am – Breakfast/Presentation
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