From 2008, at the invitation of the event’s organizers-The Warsaw Voice, The New York Times – the Polish capital has been a meeting place for Polish and international political leaders, senior government officials and top figures in the worlds of finance and business, as well as institutions crucial for market development. Conducted in English and Polish, the meeting’s presentations, lectures and discussions offer unique access to facts, analysis and opinion, providing an excellent foundation for participants own strategic business decisions in the region.
The WEH Program Council is tasked with ensuring that the lectures, presentations and debates are of a high standard.
The council is co-chaired by Günter Verheugen, a former European Union commissioner for enlargement, and Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, a former Polish prime minister and current chairman of a special group of advisors known as the Polish prime minister’s Economic Council. The WEH Program Council’s members include Jerzy Buzek, a former Polish prime minister and former president of the European Parliament, Danuta Hübner, a former EU commissioner, and Wiesław Rozłucki, the founder and first president of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.