- Economic transformation of the region
- Development and functioning of a market economy – the importance of democratization, legislation and representation of employers
- The role of social dialogue in creating conditions for business development
- The activity of Central and Eastern European countries on the European and global market
- How, in 30 years, newcomers have transformed into important partners in order to achieve mutual success
- Thirty years of building economic ties in the region: successes, questions, failures
- Free movement of capital, goods and persons – is it at risk?
- Economic expansion into foreign markets - what makes it easier and who makes it difficult?
- The beginnings of business, and the twists and turns of functioning and development
- Entrepreneurs and companies in the face of future challenges
- Recommendations for successors and ways of improving competitiveness
Professional activity of women – education and professional adaptation
Female leadership – breaking stereotypes and equalizing opportunities
Women in business – strategies of action
Women’s professional success - case study
- Digitization in public spaces – challenges and benefits
Changes in the nature of work
Innovations saving lives and health
Silver economy – how innovations will support the aging societies of Europe
- What kind of cities do residents want – innovations in city life and public services
- Construction and Smart City – a challenge for the future or a current necessity?
- Intelligent technical infrastructure of the city – where are we heading?
- Driving around the city of the future – traffic management systems, electromobility, new means of transportation - urban sharing economy, electromobility, new means of communication
Coal industry: the roads to a low-emission economy
Renewable energy technologies in Poland: common business aspirations and prosumers
- The struggle for clean air: prospects for joint action by all stakeholders
Vectors: About the award
Awards presented by Employers of Poland – formerly known as the Confederation of Polish Employers (KPP) – since 2002. Awarded to exceptional personalities from the world of economy, politics, culture and media. Statuettes are presented at the annual Employers’ Ball.
Vectors are awarded to trailblazers and those who set examples to follow in numerous areas of the economy, to those who create innovative solutions of particular value to Polish economy and society. Vectors are also presented in recognition of extraordinary contributions to the Polish economy and for creating a friendly climate for entrepreneurship.
Super Vectors are awarded for extraordinary achievements, the consequences of which reach far into the future. Laureates of Super Vectors distinguish themselves with hard work, creative thinking, outstanding contributions to the common good, ability to rise above conflicts and openness to the views of others.