We invite to the IMPACT 2019

We invite you to participate in the most important international IT & C and digital economy event in the CEE region, IMPACT’19 conference, which will be held in Cracow on 21-22 May 2019, where Romania will have the status of a Special Partner.

We will take advantage of the increased promotional opportunities from this position, including participation in the main phase of the event on panels devoted to industry; organization of the event during IMPACT’19, dedicated to Romania (Digital Business Summit with Romania); organization of bilateral talks with world-class guests of the IMPACT’19 event; a significant visual presence on all virtual platforms (Linkedin, FB, Twitter etc.) and in the media of the organzier; a networking space dedicated to Romania. In addition, we are counting on a significant participation of government, academic and business environments from Romania.

Krakow, 21-22 may


Panel lists for the Digital Business Summit with Romania (22 may):

15.00-16.00 Panel I
“Digital entrepreneurship: how innovative policies help the brightest ideas meet the smartest money? Views from RO & PL

Key goal: Foster digital entrepreneurship as a way to move the economy from a cost-based competitiveness to a quality-based competitiveness-it is high time for the CEE not to be only known for its cheap workforce, but also to become an innovation powerhouse.

– Mr. Sorin-Valeriu NAȘ, Secretary of State, Romanian Ministry for Business Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship;
– Mr. Pawel Boris, President of Polish Development Fund-PFR;
– Mr. Marcin Motel, Sales Director, Poland – UiPath, global software company;

16.15-17.15 Panel II
“Competences of the future -connecting education, labour market and performance; social and psychological challenges of transition toward digital economy.”

Description: We should start our discussion on the competencies of the future not with the competencies themselves, but with how learning should change in adapting to new realities. Since we have established that small companies an start-ups are and will continue to be the backbone of a growing economy, we should focus on how they keep up with the digital economy.

– Mrs. Mariana Crasovan, Dean, Faculty of Psychology, West University of Timisoara;
– Mr. Dan Ioan Tufiș, Director of the Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence “Mihai Drăgănescu” – Romanian Academy;
– Mr. Andrzej Adamski, Rector’s Proxy for Innovations Jagiellonian University;
– Mr. Wojciech Przybylski, President of Krakow Technology Park;