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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC CONGRESS (EEC) IN KATOWICE

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC CONGRESS (EEC) IN KATOWICE

European Economic Congress is a forum for open debate on the future of the European and Polish economies.

This year’s 14th edition gathered over 5000 participants, 300 journalists and 700 speakers. The leading theme of the event was the war in Ukraine and its impact on Europe.

During the congress we had the opportunity to participate in interesting discussions and debates on effective ways to help Ukraine, socio-economic development of Poland and Europe, as well as on advanced technologies, such as digital civil alert systems.

Since the beginning of the war, Digitex has been involved in helping Ukraine. The company has donated products and equipment that are a need for the military, fire department and emergency management. Among the many donations made to the charity are the DSE series emergency sirens that warn the people of Ukraine of impending danger.

During the EEC forum we had the pleasure of sharing our experience in supporting our Ukraine and presenting the activities of our company.

This year’s speakers at the European Economic Congress 2022

source: https://www.eecpoland.eu/2022/en/

We would like to thank all the participants and speakers of EEC with whom we had the pleasure to meet and talk about the future of Poland and Europe for a productive discussion.


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