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Janusz Michałek

Janusz Michałek

President of the Management Board

Katowice Special Economic Zone

Phd, Janusz Michałek, President of the Katowice Special Economic Zone, an expert in the field of strategic consulting, public investments, environmental management, restructuring of public infrastructure. Graduated from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, the Cracow University of Technology, the University of Silesia in Katowice, and also holds an MBA faculty from the Academy WSB in Dąbrowa Górnicza. He is a member i.a. of the National Development Council, chairman of the Silesian Competence Centre of Industry 4.0 (SCCI 4.0) Council, chairman of the SA&AM Cluster Program Council, chairman of the Energy Cluster Management Committee, vice-chairman of the Council for competences in the automotive sector (including electromobility).

Participates in the sessions:

  • opening session

    Investments after COVID-19 pandemic – will Poland again become a green island?

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    Investments after COVID-19 pandemic – will Poland again become a green island?

    The coronavirus has been paralysing global investments. The decrease in investors’ activity on the global market has been the most dramatic in history. Europe has been losing its charm while Poland is swimming against the tide, attracting a growing number of projects. Will the fourth industrial revolution not pass us by - Poland's competitive advantages. How do properties find themselves in the post-covid era? Which sectors have the potential of attracting the largest capital? What locations are attractive for investors? Should we be afraid of anti-globalism and economic protectionism?

    Investments after COVID-19 pandemic – will Poland again become a green island?

  • Investors

    Nearshoring – a trend that needs to be utilised

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    Nearshoring – a trend that needs to be utilised

    COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the weakness of the system. The stability of the supply chain has proven crucial for business. Will transferring production closer to end users stimulate the development of now logistics hubs in Central and Eastern Europe? How should Poland take advantage of this trend?

    Nearshoring – a trend that needs to be utilised

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