On May 14-16, politicians, business leaders and experts flocked to Katowice for the annual European Economic Congress. With around 150 sessions, over 900 speakers and some 10,000 guests, it is the biggest business event in Central Europe.
Capital-funded public sector companies should be, along with private firms, an innovation driver, Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Monday in Katowice, southern Poland.
The 10th European Economic Congress, the largest economic event in Central Europe, began in the southern Polish city of Katowice on Monday with the panel discussion "Our New Europe".
The Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSSE), in southern Poland, has attracted eight new investments worth EUR 93 mln (PLN 390 mln), thus maintaining its 2017 high growth pace, the zone's officials have announced.