This Saturday the Polish Business Society student union at the London School of Economics is holding its yearly Polish Economic Forum. Sadly, I won’t be able to make it this year, but the line-up is even more impressive than in the previous editions.
Polish Economic Forum (PEF) is a central initiative of the LSE SU Polish Business Society. It is organised annually at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Polish Economic Forum is the largest conference on Polish economy organised outside of Poland. It brings together distinguished experts in the fields of politics, economics and business with ambitious students and professionals from around the world. It is an excellent opportunity to engage in a lively debate and discuss the most pressing issues facing contemporary Poland. Learn more at: www.polisheconomicforum.org.
This year, the attendees will have the opportunity of discussing how to make the Polish golden age happen. Among the invited speakers, there are the Ambassador of Poland, as well as a number of speakers from Poland and around the world.
This Polish Economic Forum is definitely an event worth attending, as well as the ball held by the end of the day. If you’re in London this Saturday, don’t miss out. LSE’s central location is definitely a huge advantage, and you can visit the school while you’re there. On the day, make sure you talk to some Polish students from top British universities attending.