18th Forum of Pomeranian Enterprises

Representatives of Pomeranian enterprises, science and local governments met in Gdynia, in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park on May 11 this year. Several hundred people came to the meeting. The Enterprise Forum was broadcast, so it could be watched by people from all over the world. The forum has been organized for years by the Pomeranian Development Agency. The hall in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia was full.

The aim of the event is to provide entrepreneurs with up-to-date knowledge and information that they will be able to use in their daily activities. We hope that the conference – both online and with the participation of the audience – will help entrepreneurs in taking up challenges, give an impulse for further development, informed the Pomeranian Development Agency.

Forum of Enterprises is the result of 18 years of experience. The conference, apart from the substantive content, also creates a space for exchanging experiences during networking. The attractiveness of the event is confirmed by the fact that it attracts several hundred people each year.

The chaos deepens. In all of this, entrepreneurs have to make decisions. I don’t envy entrepreneurs. They’re having a really hard time.
The Forum’s ambition is to help entrepreneurs find their way in this chaos, said President Łukasz Żelewski.
Wiesław Byczkowski – Deputy Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship pointed to the causes of the current difficult situation: inflation, war in Ukraine. The Spektrum project – a Pomeranian system of consulting services implemented by the Pomeranian Voivodeship Self-Government – is helpful in the development of Pomeranian enterprises. So far, 468 Pomeranian companies have benefited from consulting grants. Our expert base includes 400 companies, both domestic and foreign, from various fields, ranging from law, through taxes, marketing, management, and export.

The causes and effects of economic problems in Poland and in the world were discussed by experts: prof. Jerzy Hausner, Dr. Hanna Machińska, Łukasz Mordasiewicz, Krystyna Kurczab-Redlich and Krystian Nehrebecki.

Economy and culture – are these two worlds on the way? – this is what Mikołaj Ziółkowski, the creator of the Open’er Festival, talked about with Mateusz Zmyślony.

How to make decisions in difficult moments? – said the Olympian, handball player Karol Bielecki.
The program of the 18th Enterprise Forum also included consultations and networking. The Pomeranian Development Agency has allocated time, for example, for specialist consulting services as part of the SPEKTRUM project and consultations on European funds – European Funds Information Point for entrepreneurs, Pomeranian Development Agency.

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