Polish economy is booming, there is a political and economic stability and 38-million consumer market is one of the biggest in Europe. Our goal is to strengthen business links between Poland and Faroe Islands, a significant player in the seafood market.
Date: 13th March 2019
Time: 9:00-17:00 CET
Venue: Hilton Gdańsk, Targ Rybny 1, Gdańsk
Language: Polish - English (simultaneous translation)
Poland has a very stable macroeconomic situation and was the only country in the EU to avoid recession in 2009. The country's location makes it possible for Poland to be a link in a West-East and South-North business connections. Poland's membership in NATO and the EU strenghtens the country's stability and safety.
Faroe Islands is ranked among the highest in the world based on GDP per capita. Fish products represent over 90 percent of total export value, and around 20 percent of the GDP. Faroese seafood is exported to six continents of the world. Our Forum may increase trade exchange between Faroe Islands and Poland.
8:15 Registration and welcome coffee
9:00-9:15 Official opening of the Forum and welcome speech
9:15-10:00 I panel session: Poland-Faroe Islands - links, opportunities and threats in doing business
10:00 -10:45 II panel session: Fish industry - new technologies and sustainable aquaculture
10:45-11:10 Coffee break
11:10-11:55 III panel session Shipbuilding and manufacturing for maritime industry
11:55-12:40 IV panel session Supply of workforce from Poland to Faroe Islands
12:40-13:25 V panel session Let's visit Faroe Islands! - travel panel
13:25-14:20 Lunch break
14:20-17:00 B2B session
Antoni Tyszka, Poland-Faroe Islands Business Forum