EEC 2019

Spodek Arena Main Stage

  • 09:30
    11:00
    THE FUTURE OF RETAIL, THE MARKET & CONSUMERS

    Digital marketing

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    Digital marketing

    • Most recent trends in marketing. Single- and multi-directional message. The role of social media
    • Digital marketing. Know your customer, personalisation of tools, mobility
    • From campaign to conversation. The role of PR tools – blurring the differences with marketing
    • The art of influencing. Followers, influencers, celebrities
    • Marketing in a time of fake news. Trust as capital
    • Often or intensively? Marketer and customer facing the excess of content
  • 11:30
    13:00
    THE FUTURE OF MONEY

    Fintech sector – bright and dark sides

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    Fintech sector – bright and dark sides

    • New tools, new opportunities – development of the fintech market in Europe
    • Demand for innovative services. Traditional products in new packaging?
    • Specific features of new entities as opposed to traditional financial sector companies
    • The aspect of responsibility. Risks, hazards, remedial measures
    • Cooperation between fintechs and corporations. Towards a new model of the financial market
  • 13:30
    14:15
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Awards… and what then? My story: How not to rest on your laurels?

  • 14:15
    15:00
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Corporations and young businesses. Who and why are we looking for? Opportunities and practice

Tetris Stage

  • 09:30
    09:55
    YOUR WORK

    Innovative technologies in education. How to use them to teach modern competence in an engaging way

  • 09:55
    10:15
    YOUR WORK

    Working the smart way: how the space can support your start-up?

  • 10:15
    10:30
    YOUR WORK

    Startup innovations in gaming industry

  • 10:30
    11:00
    YOUR WORK

    Scientists can do it too. How and when do clerks turn into businesspeople?

  • 11:30
    11:45
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Incubators and accelerators: a means, not an end. On a catalogue of benefits. False goals (of the minority) of start-ups: fake activity, vogue and image

  • 11:45
    12:05
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Israel as an Innovation Hub

  • 12:05
    12:20
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Global Britain - how to conquer the world through Great Britain

  • 12:20
    13:00
    YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH

    Institutions, business angels, VC and young businesses. Between mentoring and ties. Benefits or, maybe, even limitations? From my practice

  • 13:30
    15:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT

    The dynamic development of ‘green’ strategies

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    The dynamic development of ‘green’ strategies

    • The sustainable economy. The attitudes of businesses towards the environment
    • Informed consumers. The attitudes of businesses towards citizens’ choices
    • Technologies and innovations. The attitudes of businesses towards new regulations and purchases. ‘Green’ ideas
    • Young businesses – the state – local governments – corporations. How to make a profit on sustainable development? Examples
    • Poland, the EU and the globe. Promising directions: In what areas can an increased demand for new ideas be expected in the next decade?

Domino Stage

  • 09:30
    11:00
    YOUR MONEY

    Challenges of the Polish VC market – a debate on the results presented in ‘The Golden Book of Venture Capital in Poland 2019’ report

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    Challenges of the Polish VC market – a debate on the results presented in ‘The Golden Book of Venture Capital in Poland 2019’ report

    • Part I. ”The Golden Book of Venture Capital in Poland 2019" – presentation of the newest Startup Poland report
    • Part II. The boom of Polish VC market – quantity vs quality
    • Part III. Polish Venture Capital going global – A+ rounds / coinvestments
  • 11:30
    12:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Keynote speech: Structural Lag: The Future of Work at Risk

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    Keynote speech: Structural Lag: The Future of Work at Risk

    • Klaus Schwab’s prescient work, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, focuses on advances in communication and connectivity rather than technology. Barriers to communication and connectivity can be traced to what Matilda Riley calls structural lag— Outmoded social institutions failing to provide opportunity for its members who represent a growing population with expanding influence and economic power. It occurs when popular philosophy falls behind technological and economic advances. I argue that we are leading in the 21st Century with a 20th Century mind-set. Artificial Intelligence garners much of the print when it comes to contemplating the future workforce but the ability or inability of organizations to adapt to the needs of the now and future worker will be the real story. In this session we will explore the future of work with respect to: 1) The redefinition of relationship to authority 2) The need of new metrics for productivity 3) The barriers to knowledge transfer
  • 12:00
    13:00
    THE FUTURE OF WORK

    Dreams about repairing the world, lack of security, lack of career path. Are start-ups the employer of the future?

  • 13:30
    14:00
    YOUR MONEY

    Crowdfunding, or put your trust in start-ups. An idea, methods, risk and success

  • 14:00
    14:15
    YOUR MONEY

    Pricing, i.e. business valuation. How to conduct negotiations with investors?

  • 14:15
    14:30
    YOUR MONEY

    A difficult operation… Due diligence in start-ups

  • 14:30
    15:00
    YOUR WORK

    Keynote speech: How can Spatial Computing and Sensory Augmentation Transform the Future of Work?

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    Keynote speech: How can Spatial Computing and Sensory Augmentation Transform the Future of Work?

    • What impact is the merging of virtual and physical worlds having on the workplace? How can we develop and use mixed reality technologies to generate new ways of thinking and forms of creativity? How can artificial senses be used to widen our perception of reality? How can technology help us with the prerequisites for creative work such as maintaining good mental health? How can we mitigate against the ideology of productivity to help avoid the Hikikomori problem? How can automation become an asset instead of a threat? These themes and issues will be explored via a number of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) projects including WEKIT ECS which is newly formed spin off company from the recently completed project '[WEKIT] Wearable Experience for Knowledge Intensive Training’ http://wekit.eu. WEKIT won a 2.8 million Euro Horizon 2020 grant to generate ‘Wearable Experience’ (WE) an entirely new form of media.

Bingo Stage

  • 09:30
    11:00
    THE FUTURE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

    Attention, artificial intelligence

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    Attention, artificial intelligence

    • Robots and artificial intelligence. A brave new world or a trap?
    • Rise of the Machines. SF or a real hazard in the future
    • AI – an inclusive concept and a source of misunderstanding. From a robot to artificial life
    • Humans (not) replaceable? Advantages and uniqueness of natural intelligence
    • Robotisation of the army and conflicts. Playing with fire?
    • An independent technology, responsibilities, ethics. Identification of problems
    • Artificial intelligence versus legal systems. Are we ready? How to get safeguards?
  • 11:30
    13:00
    YOUR MONEY

    Capital on Stage – Investors Reverse Pitch

  • 13:30
    15:00
    YOUR MONEY

    Workshop: Innovative Public Procurement in practice, or how the NCRD breaks down the barriers

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    Workshop: Innovative Public Procurement in practice, or how the NCRD breaks down the barriers

    • Will technologies change the public procurement system?
    • How to make contracting authorities more smart and induce them to move away from the traditional Specifications of Essential Terms of a Contract?
    • How to tap into the potential of Polish SMEs and start-ups in order to create ‘tailor-made’ solutions?

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