TATRA SUMMIT 2022 Summary
With more than 200 public figures, global leaders, and private sector representatives, GLOBSEC’s 2022 Tatra Summit convened at a crucial time to examine how to best overcome the new economic reality. From October 7-9 2022, representatives of various fields came together to address the impact of the looming recession on the region, Europe’s energy autonomy and security, and innovation in the CEE region, amongst many others.
Although specific recommendations were manifold, the conference came to strong and unified conclusions on the importance of collaboration during the ongoing energy crisis and beyond, the need for the European Union to further develop sustainable energy, and the condemnation of Russia’s continued invasion of Ukraine.
The 2022 Tatra Summit served once again as the leading platform for representatives in CEE to discuss and debate necessary actions to properly navigate the turning point in Europe’s economy against the threat of a recession. While the war in Ukraine was of great importance to all attendees, it was not the only discussed topic. European unity in times of geopolitical hardship, renewable energy, supply chain disruptions, and women’s inclusion in a modern and innovative CEE economy, and more were too discussed.
If you missed some of the panels, take a look at this year’s summary with key takeaways from sessions and fireside chats.