The fifth Congress of Polish Entrepreneurs is set to meet in London later this month where the hot topic for conversation will be the ‘entrepreneurs revolution.’ Yes Brexit is important, but businesses and students alike need to get ready for the huge changes that are coming in the workplace over the next ten years where entrepreneurs will very much come to the fore.
The workplace of 2030 is expected to have changed so radically that between 30% and 45% of all jobs currently on the labour market will have ceased to exist. Basically, the future belongs to entrepreneurs – not to employees.
The fifth Congress of Polish Entrepreneurs in the UK will be a chance to celebrate the successes of the determined men and women who have chosen Britain as a base for their businesses, which have flourished over the years despite the recent uncertainty caused by Brexit. It will also be an opportunity to learn from one another, from inspiring case studies, from mistakes made by others that should be avoided, from insights exchanged over a glass of wine. And networking – as with all PBLINK events – the Congress has been designed to maximise the interface between individual business owners with a focus on business development.
Workshops, panels and face-to-face discussions will be balanced to ensure that the day will be extremely practical and useful to any busy entrepreneur who takes the day out of their hectic schedule to learn and to network.
The fifth UK Congress of Polish Entrepreneurs will take place on 29 November 2018 at the Trampery Old Street in London. Any business interested in attending the congress should visit www.pblink.co.uk/congress2018 to register before 29th November 2018 as over 150 businesses are expected to attend and spaces are limited.