Globalizm? Bilateralizm? Patriotyzm gospodarczy? Wyzwania dla społeczeństw i biznesu

SOPOT | September 27-29, 2017
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Polish Confederation Lewiatan is the most influential business organization representing the interests of employers in Poland and the European Union. Lewiatan strives for competitive business conditions and the success of Polish companies, the pursuit of sustainable economic growth, better law, fair competition, increased employment and the strengthening of social capital. The Confederation brings together industry and regional employers’ associations and several dozen individual members, representing more than 4100 companies employing more than 1 million people in total.

As the only Polish employers’organization, Lewiatan has its own office in Brussels and belongs to BusinessEurope, the largest European organization representing business and employers’ interests towards the European Commission, the European Parliament and other EU institutions. The Polish Confederation Lewiatan is a member of the Council for Social Dialogue and effectively strives for better law for Polish entrepreneurs and prepares its own macroeconomic reports.

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BusinessEurope is the leading advocate for pro-growth public policy at European level, standing up for companies across the continent and actively campaigning on the issues that most influence their competitiveness. BusinessEurope speaks for all-sized enterprises in 34 European countries, whose national business federations are its direct members. The organisation is also a European social partner, recognised as the continent’s leading business voice.
The current president of BusinessEurope is Ms Emma Marcegaglia, Chairman and CEO of Marcegaglia Holding S.p.A. and of Marcegaglia Investments Srl. The director general is Mr Markus J. Beyrer, who leads the team of advocacy professionals at the BusinessEurope offices in Brussels.More information about BusinessEurope:
Sopot is a modern resort with traditions. It has gained its magical climate from the very beginning of its existence not only from its unique location on the seacoast as well art nouveau spas and villas but also from an atmosphere of entertainment and elegance that was brought by the famous guests. Sopot managed to maintain its pre-war melancholy while fostering dynamic growth to make it a city with numerous attractions. All of this is thanks to an rich cultural program and new opportunities created by bold investments.

Sopot is not just beautiful beaches and the sea with the longest pier in Europe, but also one of Poland’s most popular promenades, Bohaterów Monte Cassino commonly known as Monciak, picturesque moraine hills and finally numerous parks and trees enveloping the whole town in greenery. Sopot offers over 200 clubs, pubs, discotheques, restaurants, including ones that are famous and legendary.

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