“In ten years, I would like to wake up in Katowice, a part of Upper Silesia metropolis, which competitiveness lies in diversity and effective management. Before we reach this level, we need to survive economic slowdown of the upcoming years. How? Various answers are possible. But one thing is sure – we have to be together”. With those words the mayor of Katowice, Piotr Uszok, appealed to entrepreneurs of Silesian Voivodship.
Organizers of Prospects in Poland, a cycle of business conferences, come back to Katowice and invite to “Silesia. Trusted localization in the age of economic uncertainty”.
Guests of the meeting will have a chance to participate in several debates concerning the present situation on the market and its influence on the agglomeration. Challenges for the Upper Silesia will be discussed by the economist prof. Witold Orłowski. Prof. Andrzej Blikle is going
On 10th of December, the Civil Registry Office was officially opened in the newly restored Goldstein Palace located at 12A Wolności Square. The Office was moved from Korfantego Avenue. The previous seat is planned to be demolished and the plot will be sold to a private investor within the framework of the Roundabout – Market Square redevelopment.