On April 24-26, the 15th European Economic Congress took place in Katowice.
This year’s edition was attended by 11,000 participants, and around 7,000 followed the ongoing debates and online panels.
The participants of the Congress discussed the competitiveness and resilience of the European economy and the transformation of the energy sector, in which the issue of independence from imported fuels and raw materials has recently gained great importance. The program of the 15th European Economic Congress also included key trends and tendencies that change the economy, shaping its prospects in the changing geopolitical and macroeconomic environment.
We are pleased to inform that ATUT was a partner of this event for the third time.