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Self-government, Business & Science

First on such a large scale, unprecedented event assembling domestic and foreign stakeholders in three thematic areas – self-government, business and science.

Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit 2019

September 9th-10th, Warsaw

1000 participants & 100 panelists

The attendance of 1000 participants and 100 panelists is expected (opening sessions, four plenary sessions, 20 parallel sessions, keynote speakers, seminars).

Declaration of the “European Clusters Alliance”

An international declaration of the “European Clusters Alliance” – an initiative aimed at strengthening European clusters and establishing a covenant among European umbrella organizations, such as the Polish Cluster Association, will be signed.

50 exhibitors

Around 50 exhibitors’ stands and a display area for the Institutions within the domains of self-government, business and science will be offered.

“For yourself or for others”? Is cluster a useful tool for the development of innovative economy and job creation”,

is to stimulate debate on economic cooperation in leading areas of industry and services, intelligent European, national and regional specialisations and economic growth based on innovation through the activities of clusters.

Agenda

DAY I - Monday, 9 Semptember 2019

8:30 – 9:00
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REGISTRATION

 

9:30 – 10:00
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OPENING CEREMONY

Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland
Representative of the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
Representative of the OECD

 

10:00 – 10:15
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SPECIAL EVENT

Signing the Warsaw declaration for the establishment of the European Clusters Alliance

 

10:15 – 10:45
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KEYNOTE SPEECHES

Amoldas Abramavicius – Vice-Chair, CoR ECON Commission
Ludger Schuknecht – Deputy Secretary-General, OECD
Alberto Núñez Feijóo – President. Regional Government of Galicia
Fabrizio Sala – Vice President, Lombardy Region
Roberto Ciambetti – President Veneto- Regional Council

 

10:45 – 11:30
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OPENING PLENARY SESSION I | CLUSTERS SESSION

Clusters as a Competitive Advantage of Regions
Daniel Cosnita, President, Romanian Cluster Association
Ulla Engelmann, Head of Advanced Technologies, Clusters and Social Economy Unit,
European Commission
Herve Floch, General Director, Photonics and Microwaves Competitiveness
Cluster in Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Antonio Novo, President, Federación Nacional de Agrupaciones Empresariales

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Polish Clusters Association  

 

11:30 – 11:45 
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NETWORKING BREAK

 

11:45 – 13:00
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PLENARY SESSION II | MINISTERIAL SESSION

László György, Minister of State for Economic Strategy and Regulation, Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Vladimír Bärtl, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic
Lukáš Parízek, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Gintaras Vilda, Deputy Minister of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania
Claudia Dörr-Voß, State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Daniel László György, Minister of State for Economic Strategy and Regulation, Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Marcin Przydacz, Undersecretary of State for Eastern Policy, Development Cooperation and Economic Diplomacy

Moderator:
Marcin Ociepa, Secretary of State, President of the Organizing Committee

 

13:00 – 14:00
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LUNCH BREAK

 

14:00 – 15:15
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PLENARY SESSION III

Paradiplomacy and Regional Development

Local self-governments do not run independent foreign policies as they do not possess such authorizations from the central government. As a result, their goals, strategies and forms of international activity have to be consistent with the foreign policy of the central government and the country. However, nowadays the local self-governments are exceptionally active actors in the field of public diplomacy, especially in its network model.
This in fact strengthens their significance in the international relations milieu, which is growing rapidly, especially in the European Union.

Ewa Janczar, Vice President, Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR)
Normunds Popens, Deputy Director General for Regional Policy, European Commission
Luger Schuknecht, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD
Aleksander Siemaszko, Head of European Countries Unit, Department for International Trade, Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology of the Republic of Poland
Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk, Secretary of State for the Polish Community, European Policy and Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

Moderator:
Sławomir Dębski, Director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs

 

14:00 – 15:15
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Panel 1 Aviation and Drones

Opportunities for the development of industry and services in Poland and the EU, based on new technologies related
to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Silesian Aviation Cluster

 

15:15 – 15:45 
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NETWORKING BREAK

 

15:45 – 16:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 1.1 | LOCAL GOVERNMENT

How to expand a Brand of a Region? The Local Dimension and Examples of Public Diplomacy
Monika Bańka, Regional Office of the Lubelskie Voivodeship in Brussels
Aleksandrs Bartasevics, Mayor and Chairman, Rezekne City Council
Krzysztof Bramorski, Presidential Plenipotentiary for International Relations, Lower Silesia Region

Moderator:
Andrzej Porawski, Director of the Office of the Association of Polish Cities

 

15:45 – 16:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 1.2 | BUSINESS

Business organizations and the local government – how to achieve a synergy?
Luca Donelli, President, Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster
Nicolas Neve de Mevergnies, Economic & Commercial Counsellor Office of the Brussels-Capital Region in Poland
Tomasz Chmal, Chairman, Business & Science Poland
Jakub Mazur, Vice President, Wrocław City Council

Moderator:
Maciej Drozd, Intrernational Affairs Expert, Communication Department of Polish Confederation Lewiatan

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Polish Confederation Lewiatan

 

15:45 – 16:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 1.3 | SCIENCE

Science and Business – Examples of Systemic Solutions and Good Practices in Innovation
Jakub Bejnarowicz, Associate Director, Central and Eastern Europe Management Accounting
Prof. Oleg Dormeshkin, Vice-Rector of the Belarusian State Technological University
Ian Haggis, CFO & CRO, Central Europe Industry Partners

Moderator:
Izabela Żmudka, Deputy Director of The National Centre for Research and Development

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland

 

15:45 – 16:45
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Panel 2 Automotive

An industry that is particularly important for European economies

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Silesia Automotive & Advanced Manufacturing Cluster

 

16:45 – 17:00 
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NETWORKING BREAK

 

17:00 – 18:00
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BREAKOUT SESSION 2.1 | LOCAL GOVERNMENT

How to benefit from territorial cooperation?
Grzegorz Boroń, Director, Integrated Development Department, Bydgoszcz City Hall
Marta Czarnecka-Gallas, PhD, Project Coordinator, Association of Sea Cities and Municipalities, ’Pomorskie in the EU’ Association
Bogdan Kasperek , Project Coordinator, Association for Regional Development and Cooperation ‘Olza’
Raimonda Mc Geever, Head of Strategic Planning and Investment Department, Klaipeda District Municipality
Jan Sienkiewicz, Proxy, Agency of Regional Development Inc.

Moderator:
Philip Schwartz, Project Manager, INTERACT Agency

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Ministry of Investment and Economic Development of the Republic of Poland

 

17:00 – 18:00
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BREAKOUT SESSION 2.2 | BUSINESS

Direct Forms of Supporting and Financing the Activities of Clusters

Support for Clusters with the use of public means (European, national and regional funds). The role of National Key Clusters and internationalization of Clusters. Regional forms of direct support for Clusters.

Jakub Chełstowski, President, Silesia Region
Gál Körmendy, President, Hungarian
National Alliance of Innovative Clusters (IKOSZ)
Armands Lejas-Krumins, Chairman, Latvian Food Competence Center
Anna Sobczak, Policy Officer, Clusters and Emerging Industry, European Commission

Moderator:
Beata Lubos, Deputy Director, Innovation Department, Ministry of Entrepreneurship
and Technology of the Republic of Poland

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Polish Clusters Association

 

17:00 – 18:00
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BREAKOUT SESSION 2.3 | SCIENCE

Scientific and Academic Excellence at the Regional Level – Best Practices
Vera Codazzi, Lombardy Life Science Cluster
Luca Donelli, President, Energy Cluster of Lombardy
Prof. Krzysztof Malik, Vice-Rector of the Opole University of Technology
Prof. Volodymyr Onyshchenko, Rector of the Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University
Katarzyna Pietruszyńska, Chief Officer, Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA)
Fabrizio Sala, Vice-President of the Lombardy Region

Moderator:
Prof. Lech Dzienis, Rector of the Białystok University of Technology

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland

 

17:00 – 18:00
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Panel 3 Construction industry as an innovative branch of the economy

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Eastern Construction Cluster

 

DAY II - Tuesday, 10 September 2019

8:30 – 16:00
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EXHIBITION OF THE REGIONS AND PARTNER INSTITUTIONS

 

09:00 – 09:45
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SPECIAL EVENT

Awards Ceremony of the Key National Clusters Competition

 

9:45 – 11:00
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PLENARY SESSION IV

Current challenges for the development and integration of the European Defense and Security Sector
Prof. Zdzisław Krasnodębski, Vice-Chair, Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, European Parliament
Viorel Manole, Executive Director, Romanian Business Association of the Military Technique Manufacturers
Bartosz Sokoliński, Director, Office for Development and Innovation, Industrial Development Agency JSC

9:45 – 11:00
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Panel 1 Green economy, circular economy, ecological methods of energy production

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster

11:00 – 11:30 
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NETWORKING BREAK

 

11:30 – 12:30
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BREAKOUT SESSION 3.1 | LOCAL GOVERNMENT

The Role of Local Partnership (town twinning) in the Process of European Economic Integration

Local Partnership still constitutes one of the most important opportunities for Europeans to meet directly, share their experiences and exchange knowledge in various fields, such as culture, economy and education, which assist in structuring the gist of the European unity. The goal of the panel is to present various modes of cooperation and best
practices from traditional partnerships in the fields of culture, education and sports, as well as contemporary forms of partnerships which include economic cooperation and/or city management.

Agron Haxhimali, Executive Director, Association of Albanian Municipalities
Artur Kosicki, President, Podlaskie Region
Krzysztof Rymuza, Local Governor, Pruszkowski District

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Association of Polish Cities and Union of the Provinces of the Republic of the Republic of Poland

 

11:30 – 12:30
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BREAKOUT SESSION 3.2 | BUSINESS

Clusters as a Mechanism for Attracting Foreign Investments

Do clusters increase the investment attractiveness of the region and/or nation for foreign direct investments? Do clusters intensify this phenomenon through the development of technology, human resources and social capital? Clusters,
special economic zones and industrial zones in the process of shaping the economic development of the regions.

Mateusz Rykała, Vice President, Special Economy Zone of Katowice, Inc.
Lucia Seel, Communication & Content Manager, European Clusters Collaboration Platform (ECCP)

Moderator :
Genoveva Christova-Murray, Managing Director of the Bulgarian
Clusters Association

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Polish Clusters Association

 

11:30 – 12:30
Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit, Poland 2019

 

BREAKOUT SESSION 3.3 | SCIENCE

Scientific Cross-border Cooperation at the Regional Level
Jan Malicki, Director, Eastern Europe College, University of Warsaw
Prof. Robert Sucharski, Dean, “Artes Liberales” Faculty, University of Warsaw
PhD. Svitlana Sivitska, Vice Rector for Scientific, Pedagogical, Social Work and International Cooperation, Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University
Prof. Jerzy Woźnicki, Chairman, Polish Rectors Foundation

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland

 

11:30 – 12:30
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Panel 2 Biotech and pharmaceutical industry in Poland

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: West Pomeranian Chemical Cluster “Zielona Chemia”

 

12:30 – 13:30
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LUNCH BREAK

 

13:30 – 14:30
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BREAKOUT SESSION 4.1 | LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Regional and Economic Diplomacy Through Transboundary Tourism Cooperation
Marta Mills, Sustainable Tourism Specialist, Onet Planet Blog

Moderator:
Adam Mikołajczyk, Co-founder & CEO of the Best Place – European Place Marketing Institute

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Polish Tourism Organisation

 

13:30 – 14:30
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BREAKOUT SESSION 4.2 | BUSINESS

Cluster Internationalization as a Bridge to Build International Business Connections (including SMEs)

Participation of a company in a cluster and internationalization of its economic activity. Are enterprises better able to find the ways of international expansion through their activities in clusters? Promotion of the products and services in foreign markets. Strengthening cooperation between cluster members and foreign entities.

Giedrius Bagusinskas, Director, Lithuanian Food Exporters Association
Teodora Jilikova, Member, Managing Board, Health & Life Sciences Cluster, Bulgaria

Ing, Petr Tomášek, Executive Manager, Moravian Aviation Cluster
Przemysław Wojdyła, Vice President, West Pomeranian Chemical Cluster “Zielona Chemia”

Moderator:
Natalie Kvachantiradze, president of the Georgian Tourism Association (GTA)

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Polish Clusters Association

 

13:30 – 14:30
Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit, Poland 2019

 

BREAKOUT SESSION 4.3 | SCIENCE

Supporting University Internationalization and Integration
Aleksander Arabadźić, Chairman, Academy of European Careers Foundation
Łukasz Wojdyga, Łukasz Wojdyga, Director, National Agency for Academy Exchange (NAWA)

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland

 

13:30 – 14:30
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Panel 3 ICT / Cyber security

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Mazovia ICT Cluster

 

14:30 – 14:45 
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NETWORKING BREAK

 

14:45 – 15:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 5.1 | LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Successful Cross-border Cooperation of Cities and Regions

The goal of the panel is to present various forms of cross-border cooperation – ranging from cooperation of border cities, through multilateral city partnerships, to cooperation of euroregions, including those within the European Union and involving Poland’s eastern neighbors.
Gian Angelo Bellati, President, Longarone Fair
Czesław Fiedorowicz, Chairman, Sprewa-Nysa-Bóbr Euroregion
Gabierla Staszkiewicz, Mayor, Cieszyn City Hall
Joost de Laat, International Affairs Advisor, Noord-Brabant Province

Moderator:
Maciej Drozd, Intrernational Affairs Expert, Communication Department of Polish Confederation Lewiatan

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Association of Polish Cities and Union of the Provinces of the Republic of Poland

 

14:45 – 15:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 5.2 | BUSINESS

The Role of Cluster Organizations in the Process of Regional Reindustrialization
PhD. Christina Eisenstein, PhD, Treasurer of the Association, Civil Use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (CURPAS)
Andrzej Soldaty, Chairman, Future Industry Platform

Moderator:
Dr Hab. Anna Timofiejczuk, Dean, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Silesian
University of Technology

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Polish Clusters Association

 

14:45 – 15:45
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BREAKOUT SESSION 5.3 | BUSINESS

Promotional activity of business affiliated institutions in favor of the international trade
Mariusz Tomaka, President, USPTC Poland
Hanna Stypułkowska-Goutierre, Honorary Chairman, Polish Chamber of Commerce Abroad
Wojciech Śniegowski, President, Canada-Poland Chamber of Commerce

Moderator:
Wojciech Dzięgiel, Manager, International Cooperation Team, Industrial Development Agency JSC

 

16:00 – 16:15
Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit, Poland 2019

 

CLOSING REMARKS

 

Registration

Participation of disabled people

The organizer provides participation in the conference for people with disabilities.

People with disabilities will have equal rights to:

  • participation;
  • understanding;
  • communicating;
  • taking advantage of the effects of the Conference

Please inform the organizer about your requirements in advance in order to allow the organizer to adapt to your needs.

Main organizer

The main organizer of the conference is the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology of the Republic of Poland, which stresses the issue of increasing the attractiveness of the regions and local communities through stimulating ecosystems and involving the main stakeholders from the economic and science sector.

Among the institutions invited to cooperate are the representatives of central and regional governments, all branches and levels of local governments and self-government organizations; economic self-government institutions; representatives of local business; analytical and research centers as well as independent experts from Poland and the world.

Honorary co-organizers

Honorary foreign co-organizers comprise

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Polish Ministries

Honorary Partners

Partners

Goals and tasks of the conference

The main goal of the Summit will be to demonstrate the importance of international cooperation as a leading force for the development of local communities. Foreign contacts of local authorities have become known as self-government diplomacy, understood as part of public diplomacy.

The Conference is expected to inspire and facilitate the debate within the participants on the subject of the comprehensive approach to the matters of regional and economic diplomacy in addition to promoting territorial and scientific cooperation. Furthermore, the objectives of the Summit comprise:

  • promoting regional cooperation in particular areas,
  • creating a unique platform for exchanging and establishing contacts between stakeholders from the country and abroad,
  • debating about the strategic areas of regional cooperation,
  • analyzing the best practices of creating ecosystems supporting local development,
  • studying the interdisciplinary dimension of regional and economic diplomacy,
  • emphasizing innovation in regional and economic diplomacy,
  • underlining the role and position of Poland in the process of shaping regional policy in Europe

The assumed goals will be implemented through: interdisciplinary approach to issues and challenges, interactive formats and stands as well as an international debate of practitioners and specialists.p>

The anticipated effects of the Summit include: greater support of the country’s promotion through regional and economic diplomacy, advancements within the international dimension of regional cooperation establishment, strengthening individual and institutional relations between Polish as well as foreign participants, signing agreements on economic and scientific-technical cooperation, increasing the scope of regional cooperation on Polish local government level, creating the foundations for establishing the European Network of Experts in Regional and Economic Diplomacy – ENERED.

Program

The conference program consists of various formats providing interactive discussion in three main thematic streams:

Self-government Zone

  • National and European instruments for financing foreign tasks of self-government,
  • Local government diplomacy as an innovative instrument of region management,
  • How much coordination and independence should there be in conducting international cooperation by self-governments? – relations with the central administration,
  • Effectiveness of international cooperation of local governments – selected thematic areas,
  • Models of cooperation between self-governments and central administration in the areas of economy and science. EU regional policy as a mechanism which supports the international cooperation of local self-governments,
  • Diplomacy of global cities as a challenge for foreign policy,
  • ontribution of local communities to achieving global development goals by 2030.

Economy Zone

  • Support in expansion and promotion on non-EU markets – e.g. USA, China,
  • Large-scale local economic cooperation,
  • Long-term EU regional development programs,
  • Cross-border regional cooperation programs,
  • Challenges for the regional economy caused by the Chinese formula 16+1,
  • Economic cooperation of local governments with Ukraine.

Knowledge Zone

  • Universities as an important partner of regional development and international cooperation,
  • How to retain or draw in the outstanding research units at the regional level?,
  • Promoting higher education institutions on Asian markets,
  • Case study – medical schools advertising,
  • Teaching and research as a basis for the development of international cooperation among universities.

The conference is expected to

enable the participants to start a debate on a comprehensive approach to the issues of
regional and economic diplomacy as well as to promote the territorial and scientific cooperation.

The Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit 2019 organized in Warsaw on September 9th and 10th is a conference of regional and national level decision makers as well as experts working in self-government organizations and institutions, further supported by the related analytical centers, universities and private sector entities.

One of the main program establishments of the REDS 2019 Summit are interdisciplinarity and internationalization, which justify extended organizational and program cooperation with partners from Poland and abroad.

The debate will be based on a holistic approach to the issues around regional, economic and science diplomacy. The promotion of entrepreneurship in the relations between regions and local communities will also be a crucial component. The effective coordination of actions undertaken to promote the national economy among international markets through local ecosystems conditions the successful expansion thus strengthening competitiveness and attractiveness of the economy.

The key partner in building solid and dynamic regional cooperation are higher education institutions as well as science and research units, which define the direction for their cooperation not only in the field of education, but also within the individual sectors of the economy.

Simultaneously, one of the crucial elements of the foreign policy is the economic diplomacy, articulated, among others, through the promotion of Polish economy and entrepreneurship as well as appealing to the foreign investors. Regional cooperation is therefore one of the most vital tools for achieving the objectives of economic diplomacy.

During the Summit, a platform associating Polish and foreign experts will be inaugurated. A series of meetings serving as the means of exchanging experiences and the launch of new cooperation will also take place.

Throughout the conference several distinct formats of activities are planned and include the following: plenary sessions, workshop sessions, working groups, presentations and workshops, agreements signing as well as the exhibition zone – a venue for the presentation of Polish and foreign partners.

To participate in the Summit, we cordially invite representatives of central and regional offices, all levels of local government units and associations of local governments; economic self-government institutions; representatives of local business; analytical and research centers as well as independent experts from Poland and the world.

Venue

Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre,
ul. Grzybowska 63,
00-844 Warszawa
phone: +48 22 356 5555
fax: +48 22 356 55 56
e-mail: info.warsaw@hilton.com
website: www.hiltonhotels.com

How to get there?

Accommodation

We encourage you to take advantage of the discount offer for hotel accommodation on 8-10 September for the delegates participating in the REDS 2019.

Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre

Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre

Grzybowska 63 street

Guests wishing to make a reservation using the REDS code word are asked to call the following phone number: +48 22 356 5554
or book their stay via the following direct link:
http://eventsathilton.com/show/5d3f1602ff558c53cd1a0913

This special room rate will be available until 28.08.2019 or until the group block is sold-out.

Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand

Hotel Mercure Warszawa Grand

Krucza 28 street

10% discount from the price of the day (the offer cannot be combined with other special prices offered by the hotel within this period). The discount is also included in the price of accommodation with connectors.

In order to make a reservation please contact the reservation department and state the code word “REDS”:
Tel. +48 22 583 21 12 lub +48 22 583 21 11
e-mail: h3384-re1@accor.com

Holiday Inn Warsaw City Centre

Holiday Inn Warsaw City Centre

Twarda 52 street

10% discount from the price of the day.
To obtain the preferred rate, please state the REDS or REDS 2019 code word.

Reservations could be made either by phone or e-mail.
Tel: +48 22 257 66 77
Fax: +48 22 257 66 66
e-mail: res.hiwarsaw@ihg.com    

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology

In the case of organizational matters please contact:
e-mail: summit@mpit.gov.pl

Contact details of the main organizer of the Summit:
Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
Pl. Trzech Krzyży 3/5
00-507 Warsaw, Poland
NIP: 701 079 79 20
REGON: 36 92 67 361
e-mail: kancelaria.mpit@mpit.gov.pl
website: https://www.gov.pl/web/przedsiebiorczosc-technologia

Conferences and events organized by the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
tel.: +48 22 262 98 69

Contact for the media:
Press Unit
Department of Communication

tel.: +48 22 262 91 64
tel.: +48 22 262 98 89
tel.: +48 783 920 423

e-mail: dziennikarze@mpit.gov.pl

Team

Izabela Wojtyczka
Regional and Economic Diplomacy Summit 2019 Coordinator

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: izabela.wojtyczka@mpit.gov.pl

Julia Grzybowska
Organizational Management and Coordination, Partners Coordinator

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: julia.grzybowska@mpit.gov.pl

Krzysztof Boguta
National and Foreign Partners Coordinator

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: krzysztof.boguta@mpit.gov.pl

Michał Klimowski
Media and Promotion Coordinator

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: michal.klimowski@mpit.gov.pl

Paweł Andrejczuk
Organizational Management and Coordination, Exhibitors Coordinator

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: pawel.andrejczuk@mpit.gov.pl

Zofia Idziak
Organizational Management and Coordination

Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
e-mail: zofia.idziak@mpit.gov.pl