Impact’17 – towards Economy 4.0
Between May 31st and June 1st Krakow, Poland, will become the European capital of innovation, where hundreds of companies and organizations, including: World Economic Forum, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, MasterCard, RoboSavvy, TMobile, Ministries of Digitalization, University of Chicago, Samsung, SAP, 500 Startups, AstraZeneca, Microsoft, Siemens AG, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Uber, TechCrunch, PayU, Harvard Medical School or the Ministry of Development will meet. Over the course of two days, visionaries and creators of the most advanced technologies, CEOs of global corporations operating in the field of new-tech, startups creators, scientists and governmental administrators will debate the opportunities and threats of the economy 4.0. Discussions will be held in 12 thematic tracks such as industry 4.0, mobility, fintech & e-commerce, biotechnology & digital health, energy & resources, foodtech & agritech, creative industries, digital state, techcity, investments and entrepreneurship.
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A driving force of Impact’17 is creation of 9 different networking opportunities offering new ways for attendees to meet, learn about exciting new innovations, exchange experiences, make new business contacts, and expand their future collaboration network. The event’s participants will be able to take part in presentations of best startups from Central and Eastern Europe, individual meetings with mentors and investors, roundtables, closed meetings with people who have a key impact on creating standards and business practices in new digital realities. Only for startups there were provided more than 1000 meetings with corporations.
The aim of the Impact’17 is to create an interactive platform combining technological visions and actions of people of many backgrounds to make the digital economy a reality. The impact’17 participants will strive to create a sustainable integrated community around economy 4.0 and digitization, that will influence government standards and advise on innovative solutions.