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The NPCC and the Business Club in Poznan invite you to an interactive event on Artificial Intelligence and its impact on the future workplace and the way businesses operate.
With this event we would like to close the year of 2023 Poznan events and also bring an open Christmas atmosphere to the discussion. In particular, we would like to initiate this topic together with representatives of students from the international IT and Creative Management curriculum at Collegium Da Vinci in Poznan, which trains a number of students in this specialisation. We are confident that the topic will spark a number of important discussions around digital transformation, which are sure to continue over the coming year. The formula of the event is like a 'round table debate' with contributions from the NPCC/Business Club representatives and the students. So, people who are about to enter the job market and those who are already in business.
With this meeting, we would like to once again contribute to the challenging discussion on the changing world by connecting together business, science and government.
Friday, December 15th at 14.45.
Collegium Da Vinci Kutrzeby 10, 61-719 Poznań
Room N307 (new building, 3rd floor).
Next to the reception desk there will be a person waiting to guide you.
At 14:00 there will be an opportunity to have lunch in the university canteen.
14.45 - Welcome by Kasper Vencken and Kees van Rijn - NPCC Regional Board Members
14.50 - Introduction to the topic: Sylwia Mikołajczak Partner RDH Urban
15.00 - Stepping into impactful journey with AI by students of Creative Management and Information Technology: Margarita, Mehmet, Maria, Raushan, Aizhan, Bermet, Anastazja, Herbert, Francis.
15.20 – Łukasz Dachowski, attorney-at-law, tax advisor VON ZANTHIER & DACHOWSKI
A look at the topic from the perspective of the legal sector
Łukasz, a law graduate from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, and European University Viadrina, Germany, started in professional law in 2005. Initially in a global advisory firm, he now leads a German Polish law firm specializing in legal and tax advice for international businesses. His areas of expertise include investment, commercial, and tax law, particularly in renewable energy, business services, production, and real estate. Passionate about AI's impact on society and work, as Managing Partner, he innovates internal and external workflows, efficiency & quality. Off work, he enjoys horse riding and sailing.
15.40 - Dominika Bonar, Collegium Da Vinci - Dean’s Office Representative
A look at the topic from the perspective of the educational/ students relations sector
Dominika works at Collegium Da Vinci as a senior student affairs specialist, Erasmus+ project coordinator, and Executive MBA student supervisor. She enjoys listening to students because the daily conversations with them cause her to think outside the box.
Her main goals for the near future are to stay open-minded to new opportunities, practice gratitude, and be persistent despite obstacles. She believes that tomorrow is given to us for a reason and that every opportunity for growth is worthwhile.
16.00 - Summary and introduction to the discussion: Huub Droogh Partner RDH Urban
16.05 - Debate/ discussion moderated by students of Creative Management and Information Technology
16.50 - Concluding the debate, the end of meeting