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The success of a dynamically developing business depends on the promotion of the goods and services which the company offers. For this purpose participation in business events is essential; conferences, in particular, are especially important for corporate image and a company’s work with its partners. This is true both of business and of science. A well-organized conference will have the following components:
The right choice of venue for holding the event; Convenient accommodation in hotels; Well thought-out logistics and precise organization of transport services; Formal opening and closing ceremonies, coffee breaks, and banquets; An original entertainments programme, including pre- and post-conference trips; Faultless serving staff; provision of all necessary equipment for the event.
Professional Conference Organizer (PCO) in Gdansk
Batalionów Chłopskich 35,
For us organization of business and scientific conferences is a priority activity. We will be happy to put our unlimited capabilities and experience at your service in organizing a conference for you in Gdansk.
Gdansk is one of the oldest and most attractive cities in Poland, but it is also the site of some of the most important events in the history of Central Europe in the 20th century. The city is considered to have been founded in 997, when St Adalbert of Prague baptized the inhabitants of Gdansk. Like many European cities, Gdansk has had several names in the course of its history. In 1792 it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia and was subsequently until 1919 part of the German Empire, with a predominantly German population, which explains why the German name Danzig was widely used until the end of WWII.
Gdansk is an amazingly beautiful city, in spite of its turbulent history. It was ruled by the knights of the Teutonic Order in the 16th century, was conquered by Prussia, and then, when the first shots of WWII rang out in the neighbouring Polish garrison of Westerplatte, fell to and was occupied by the Nazis. Like many other Polish cities, it lay in ruins after the war, but was painstakingly restored over a more than 20 year period, winning back its former glory.
Always hospitable, Gdansk attracts visitors with its atmosphere steeped in 1000 years of history, its rich architecture, numerous museums, and cultural events such as international festivals of organ music, fairs, parades, street theatre, as well as with its sandy beaches on the Baltic coast and a great variety of shore excursions. Gdansk has a modern port which is ideal for receiving cruise passengers. Visitors to the city will find comfortable hotels, magnificently equipped conference halls, and everything that the MICE industry could dream of.
The city’s richest architecture is to be found in the old quarter, called the Main Town, where the so-called Royal Way makes for a fascinating excursion. The route begins with the enormous stone gateway at the entrance to the city; it continues along Ulica Dluga (Long Street) and finishes at Dlugi Targ (Long Market). All along this path you will find magnificent buildings with beautifully painted facades. This was the route taken by the Polish kings when they visited the city. The most striking façade in Gdansk belongs to the Golden House, one of the city’s most magnificent buildings. Nearby stands the Town Hall, where you can visit the Museum of the History of Gdansk, and Artus’ Court, in front of which is a Renaissance-style Fountain of Neptune, the symbol of Gdansk.
All the above is only a small part of the unique sights which lie in store for your delight you come here – whether you are an inquisitive cruise passenger, a pampered member of an incentive group, taking part in a serious conference or high-spirited corporate event, or on a VIP or private tour
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Batalionów Chłopskich 35,