EEC 2019

Spodek Arena Main Stage

  • 09:30
    11:00
    STEP INTO THE FUTURE

    Business, work and technologies – the future is now

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    Business, work and technologies – the future is now

    • Technologies that change the world
    • New labour and new competence
    • Business 4.0. A different approach to management
    • Investment in the future
  • 11:30
    13:00
    THE FUTURE OF RETAIL, THE MARKET & CONSUMERS

    The Future of the Market – new consumers

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    The Future of the Market – new consumers

    • Trends and consumer preferences affecting our reality
    • Procurement processes and generational differences. New models of behaviour
    • Online or bricks-and-mortar purchases, or perhaps an omnichannel?
    • The youngest consumers shopping – online or stationary?
    • Personalisation, uniqueness, brand – what counts for young customers?
    • Reactions to various forms to enterprises. Trust, loyalty, privacy
  • 13:30
    14:30
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Transformation of traditional economy in the digital era

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    Transformation of traditional economy in the digital era

    Transformation of traditional economy in the digital era

  • 14:30
    15:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Keynote speech: The Future of the Digital Economy

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    Keynote speech: The Future of the Digital Economy

    • Supreet Manchanda, Managing General Partner at Raiven Capital takes us through a journey of the emerging digital economy focusing on how we got to where we are today and why its relevance in the coming years matters. Nations that prepare and develop ways to engage and invest in the digital economy will become winners. Supreet will share the risks and rewards of being early in this game through a review of how countries have won and lost the innovation game from the industrial age to the information age. Revolutionary technologies such as 5G, AI and Blockchain have created their own trends - some is hype and some is real. Supreet shares his perspective as a Silicon Valley venture capitalist on what Raiven Capital is investing in. Using real examples of companies, he will discuss the upcoming milestones where key stakeholders (eg. VC, Startups, Policy makers, Governments and established institutions) need to play a role in shaping the future prosperity of regions and nations.
  • 15:30
    17:00
    THE FUTURE OF PROPTECH & SMART CITY

    Digital cities. Horizon 2050: There are nine billion people on Earth, out of whom 70 per cent live in conurbations. Will "smart cities" meet the expectations of residents?

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    Digital cities. Horizon 2050: There are nine billion people on Earth, out of whom 70 per cent live in conurbations. Will "smart cities" meet the expectations of residents?

    • Quality of life – a measure of affluence. How do cities ‘fight’ for their inhabitants with the quality of infrastructure?
    • The Internet of Things and artificial intelligence… – what technologies will change the cities of the future?
    • Will the economics of sharing and electromobility redefine transport in cities?
  • 20:00 Gala

    Evening gala combined with an awards ceremony for the best start ups Networking event + concert

Tetris Stage

  • 11:30
    13:00
    THE FUTURE OF INDUSTRY & ENERGY

    Coming out of the shadow. Start ups in the traditional sectors of the economy

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    Coming out of the shadow. Start ups in the traditional sectors of the economy

    • Industry, energy and transport. Fresh ideas and prospects of their absorption
    • Towards Industry 4.0. Suppliers and recipients of solutions. Robotisation, automation and digitalisation
    • Managers, scientists, politicians and citizens. Who has an influence on the changes?
    • Is environmentalism a stumbling block to growth? How to make a profit on it?
    • Progress in industry and energy. We against the backdrop of the world, i.e. the Polish variant.
  • 13:30
    13:50
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Keynote speech: AI at our fingertips

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    Keynote speech: AI at our fingertips

    • Mr. Levay suffered a devastating meningitis infection as a young adult which led to amputations on both his legs and arms. Upon realizing the limitations of prosthetic devices when first receiving one he turned his focus to the control strategies of these devices. Through a Fulbright scholarship he completed his master’s degree at the Johns Hopkins University, where his research centered around machine learning-based controls for upper limb prostheses. During his talk he will show the capabilities of such systems through his own prosthetic arm, while highlighting its limitations and exploring the next steps for such human-machine interfaces.
  • 13:50
    15:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Machines, robots, cobots

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    Machines, robots, cobots

    • Far from leaders, but … Achievements of robotics in Poland
    • Barriers to robotisation – Mental, competence, financial, organizational. How to overcome them?
    • Impact of robotisation on the labour market, remuneration, safety
    • Trade automation. Customers’ expectations, relations, the human factor
    • Automation in advanced business services
  • 15:30
    15:50
    YOUR MONEY

    How not to fall into the trap of overinvestment? On effective restraints

  • 15:50
    16:10
    YOUR MONEY

    The European Union and the state. Polish money for development – effective and well-trodden paths in detail

  • 16:10
    16:30
    YOUR MONEY

    Money & smart money - you need both!

  • 16:30
    16:40
    YOUR MONEY

    Transfers: let others think for you

  • 16:40
    17:00
    YOUR MONEY

    How to make the public sector your client

Domino Stage

  • 11:30
    12:40
    THE FUTURE OF RETAIL, THE MARKET & CONSUMERS

    E-sport in the economy

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    E-sport in the economy

    • E-sport and the computer games industry versus the economy
    • Major e-sport events: the costs of organising them, revenues, and labour
    • Players and fans, that is… consumers. E-sport events as a communication forum
    • The gaming market and its environment. The dynamics of the Polish market against the backdrop of the global market
    • The gaming industry tomorrow. Main trends, new business models and revenue streams
  • 12:40
    13:00
    THE FUTURE OF RETAIL, THE MARKET & CONSUMERS

    My Way. Inspirations

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    My Way. Inspirations

    • The idea of the project "My Way. Inspirations "is a presentation of people with passion, with above-average motivation, who introduced unusual and bold concepts thanks to perseverance and consistency; who despite the skeptics realized surprising scenarios and ideas for many.
  • 13:30
    13:50
    YOUR SALES

    Fine feathers make fine birds. Image building, PR and branding in innovative business

  • 13:50
    14:05
    YOUR SALES

    Customer Experience and social media. Conclusions for start-ups

  • 14:05
    14:20
    YOUR SALES

    The specialisation of social media: young people move away from Facebook. But where do they go?

  • 14:20
    14:40
    YOUR SALES

    Techniques of building emotional bonds with clients. Social media. Consumer insight as a source of inspiration

  • 14:40
    15:00
    YOUR SALES

    My Way. Inspirations

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    My Way. Inspirations

    • The idea of the project "My Way. Inspirations "is a presentation of people with passion, with above-average motivation, who introduced unusual and bold concepts thanks to perseverance and consistency; who despite the skeptics realized surprising scenarios and ideas for many.
  • 15:30
    15:50
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Yesterday, today and the day after tomorrow. Acting deliberately, i.e. the staging/scaling of development. How to take the plunge?

  • 15:50
    16:25
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Beyond Poland. How to get down to internationalisation and at what stage of start-up development should it take place? Who can help?

  • 16:25
    16:40
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    External specialists. When and where can they help? Can start-ups afford them?

  • 16:40
    17:00
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    An idea is the foundation, but how to turn that idea into a branded product?

Bingo Stage

  • 11:30
    12:00
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 4 HEALTH & BIOTECHNOLOGY.

  • 12:00
    12:30
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 2 ENVIRONMENT

  • 12:30
    13:00
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 3 TRADITON & MODERNITY.

  • 13:30
    14:00
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 1 NEW INDUSTRY

  • 14:00
    14:30
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 5 BUSINESS PROCESSES.

  • 14:30
    15:00
    START-UP CHALLENGE

    KAT. 6 CLIENT & LIFESTYLE.

Pavilion G

  • 13:30
    15:00
    THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE

    Images of new medical technologies – opportunities and challenges

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    Images of new medical technologies – opportunities and challenges

    • Research on new medicinal and non-medicinal technologies – selected trends
    • Place for innovative medicine in the Strategy for Responsible Development
    • Pharmaceutical industry – is it a driver for innovative economy in Poland?
    • Biotechnology development. How do we use the potential?
    • Digitisation of the medical sector. Are we prepared for the revolution?
    • Institutional support and the role of the state in implementing new medical technologies to clinical practice and commercialisation
    • Stories of Polish medical start-ups
  • 15:30
    17:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Blockchain in the economy

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    Blockchain in the economy

    • Not only crypto-currencies. Blockchain as a new decentralised environment
    • Will the new technology change the world of finance and trade?
    • Revolution in public administration, potential use in health service
    • Distributed power generation. Prosumers in the blockchain model
    • Information in the supply chain. Benefits for consumers
    • Records, access to data, security, tax system

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