Polish industrial association confers “Wektor” award on Deutsche Messe forits contribution to Poland’s economic growth
Hannover, Germany.On Saturday, 14 January in Warsaw, Deutsche Messe AG was awarded the “Wektor”, the Polish economy’s leading distinction.Deutsche Messe Managing Board member Oliver Frese accepted the prize from the “Employers of Poland” industrial association during a gala event atthe city’s ATM Studiobefore an audience of some 500 high-ranking representatives from government and business.
Andrzej Malinowski, Presidentof the Employers of Poland, spoke of the dynamic growth stimulus which CeBIT had brought for the Polish economy. Poland was the official Partner Country in 2013 for CeBIT– the globally leading event for the digitalization of business and society. In his acceptance speech,Oliver Frese praised the high caliber of the Partner Country, which, he said,“demonstrated its highly creative, innovative and youthful side in Hannover.”
Poland is also the designated Partner Country for HANNOVER MESSE 2017. Frese was highly optimistic, he said, that Poland would“avail itself of every opportunity offered by the Partner Country project again this year. Well over 100 companies will be represented from 24 to 28 April in Hannover to demonstrate Poland’s international high caliber in the field of industrial production and production integration,” he concluded.
An award alsowent to Professor Dieter Kempf who, in his capacity as President of the Bitkom digital association, intensively supported the CeBIT partnership with Poland back in 2013. Since 1 January 2017,Kempfhas served as the new President of the Federation of German Industries (BDI) and is also a member of the Deutsche Messe Supervisory Board.
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