Businessmen, politicians, economists from, among others, Germany, the Czech Republic, Finland, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary. Guests from Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Togo, Senegal, Rwanda and delegates of China and India. They all will meet in Katowice in two weeks during the biggest and most important economic event in this part of Europe.
The scope and characteristic of this year’s European Economic Congress were presented during a press conference on Monday. “For the first time in history of the European Economic Congress we will host such a wide and diversified group of representatives from Europe, Africa and Asia countries. The international aspect of the event was very important for us from the very beginning. However, this year the internationalization of EEC will be unprecedented” – said Wojciech Kuśpik, initiator of the Congress and chairman of the board of PTWP Group SA.
The event will be opened by several ministers of central European countries including: Martin Kuba, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic; Tomáš Malatinský, Minister of Economy of Slovakia; Janusz Piechociński, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of the Republic of Poland; Mihaly Varga, Minister of National Economy of Hungary and Varujan Vosganian, Minister of Economy of Romania.
The largest business event in Central Europe – European Economic Congress – will be held between 13th and 15th of May 2013 in eleven locations in Katowice.