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Pomerania will focus efforts on developing its brand


Increasing industrial investment, cooperation between business and science and focus on EU-financed food industry – such instruments for developing the competitiveness of Pomerania  were the subject of debate between participants of the Region – Economy ­– European Union conference, which took place on May 15th in Sopot.


Guests were welcomed by Piotr Kamiński, Vicepresident of Employers of Poland. Partcipants included: Teresa Kamińska, Chairowmen of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone; Mieczysław Struk, Marshall of the Pomeranian Voivodeship; Małgorzata Ostrowska (SLD);  Dariusz Adamowicz (PSL); Jan Kozłowski (PO); prof. Krystyna Strzała (SLD); Zbigniew Borkowski (Infracorr); Zdzisław Bahyrycz (Crist SA Shipyard); Maciej Grabski (Olivia Business Centre); Jan Zacharewicz (Biuro Doradztwa Ekonomicznego i Prawnego); Iwona Żygowska, Chairwoman of Gdańskich Municipal Investments; Ryszard Świlski, Member of the Board of the Pomeranian Voivodeship and Dariusz Dąbek, Deputy Chairman of the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.


The conference concluded with a Regional Flavors' Festival, where participants could taste traditional Pomerania cuisine served by the Choczew Tourism Association.


The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone was a parter of the event.