Polish Economic Forum 2022

Thank you for attending the Polish Economic Forum 2022.

Polish Economic Forum 2022

We are thrilled to invite you to the 11. LSE SU Polish Economic Forum, which will be held in London from the 11th to the 12th of March.

As always, the largest conference about Poland beyond its borders will be an event where Polish students and young professionals have a unique opportunity to connect, while taking part in discussions held by the most distinguished speakers.

This year, we focus on Creating Impact. To us, Polish Economic Forum has always been a place where thoughts are turned into actions. Whether it’s through exchanging ideas about our economy, security, politics or holding our start-up competition ł.pitch, we always aim to positively influence both our nearest community and the world.

The theme of this year’s forum is commemorated through the motive of “Storks” (“Bociany”) by Józef Chełmoński. After winter, the time of changes and disruption, the returning birds foreshadow the upcoming change in seasons and the vitality encapsulated in the approaching spring – the time of productive labour, rebuilding and Creating Impact. The man’s face expresses hope for the upcoming months, as the folk belief dictates that storks herald happiness. Will it truly be the time he wishes it to be? Join us this March and find out. Join us and start Creating Your Impact.

Polish Business Society

The Polish Business Society at the LSE is one of the oldest and most accomplished Polish student societies in the UK. We aim to consolidate the Polish community at our university, help our members develop professionally, use our expertise to bring positive impact, and contribute to a positive image of Poland and Polish companies abroad.

We organise meetings, discussions, and participate in events taking place throughout London and the United Kingdom, as well as in Poland. Our actions are based on three core values: impact, community, collaboration.


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