Agenda

Congress Program

Leading moderator of the congress: Roman Młodkowski

DAY I

9:00-10:00 registration of conference participants

Congress host: Roman Młodkowski

10:00-10:15 official opening of the congress

10:15-10:30 Special Guest’s speech

10:30-12:00 main session

Subject:

Megatrends in economic perspective by 2035.
Debate participants will make attempts to answer the following questions:
  1. How do megatrends influence decisions made by people/organizations (states, corporations, societies, markets etc.)?
  2. Who creates megatrends across the globe?
  3. What are our expectations of the Polish economy in the context of megatrends by 2035?

Moderation: Roman Młodkowski

12:00-13:00 1st floor: Level Up! Innovation and Inspiration

13:00-15:30 1st floor: Networking

13:00-14:15 part I comprising 2 discussion panels held simultaneously

Long-term decision-making perspective
for national economies
  1. What should be the role of the state in development of entrepreneurship?
  2. How should economic policy inspire new branches of industry, services and products?
Long-term decision-making perspective
for business financing
  1. How to accumulate Polish capital for the growth of Polish business?
  2. Does long-term low interest rate policy contribute to effective development of entrepreneurship?

14:15-15:30 part II comprising 2 discussion panels held simultaneously

Long-term decision-making perspective
for regional economies
  1. What factors are essential for long-term decision-making perspective for regional economies?
  2. What is the impact of both, global and domestic business on regional economies?
Long-term decision-making perspective
for enterprises
  1. What are the challenges brought by the labour market?
  2. To what extent investments, to what extent innovations?

15:30 lunch

20:30-00:00 official banquet

DAY II

9:00-10:00 registration of conference participants

10:00 greeting at the congress

10:00-11:30 main session

Subject:

Human as a challenge for modern economies.
Debate participants will make attempts to answer the following questions:
  1. To what extent will megatrends related to quality of life improvement impact effectiveness of economies?
  2. How do climate changes affect societies and economies?
  3. Is freedom of migration beneficial for economies?

Moderation: Roman Młodkowski

11:30-12:30 1st floor: Level Up! Innovation and Inspiration

12:30-15:00 1st floor: Networking

12:30-13:45 part I comprising 2 discussion panels held simultaneously

Human as a challenge
for modern national economy
  1. How to redistribute income?
  2. How do people's expectations affect policy of the state?
Human as a challenge
for economics of the future
  1. How does technological progress change societies?
  2. What is the alternative for sharing economy?

13:45-15:00 part II comprising 2 discussion panels held simultaneously

Human as a challenge
for an enterprise
  1. How do team roles change at various stages of company development?
  2. How to shape a leader?
Human
as a consumer
  1. What are our expectations with regard to the state, local government, institutions, organizations and enterprises?
  2. What is more important: sales or building a long-term customer relationship?

15:00 lunch

Level Up! Innovation and Inspiration

21st to 22nd November - special congress zone (1st floor)

During 365 Timing Economic Congress a special Level Up! Innovation and Inspiration networking zone will be established. It will be a space for entrepreneurial activity, where participants of the congress who are interested in exchange of views and ideas will be able to meet.

The zone arranged and moderated in this way will be available to students, entrepreneurs, investors, academics, experts, representatives of business-related institutions, media as well as local and central government administration. They will be welcome to share their feedback and ideas during face-to-face conversations. The zone will provide workshops and presentations depicting hard way to be taken between a concept and a successful business. Finalists of the competition for the most interesting start-up concepts (organized in cooperation with Lower Silesian universities) will be making their presentations.

We hope that Level Up! Innovation and Inspiration will become the leitmotif for new concepts. We are convinced that the networking and workshop model of this two-day meeting will bring a practical dimension to the entire congress, to be benefited by all of its participants.