“Inclusiveness and diversity – a way to success”. This is the leitmotif of the 9th edition of Scandinavian Days. The agenda includes, i.a., networking the Scandinavian way, a visit to a company with Danish capital, and numerous cultural attractions. We particularly recommend the Scandinavian Picnic, to be organised for the first time in history.
The future is business
Scandinavian Days provide an opportunity for discussing new challenges, and to identify directions for the development of Szczecin in the context of cooperation between Poland and Scandinavia. The event agenda is bound to be filled with content-packed conversations about, for example, the job market from the perspective of both employers and young people who are on the verge of their career path. What are their expectations? What can experienced entrepreneurs offer them? And, finally ... how to succeed? We will look for the answers to these and other questions during this year’s Scandinavian Days.
Time for ... hygge
In addition to business meetings and discussions, the agenda features events addressed to all Szczecin residents, including the parade and the first ever Scandinavian Picnic. It is a perfect opportunity to have fun and relax “hygge” style, and to get to know the culture of Nordic countries in the atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding. The main attractions include a chill out zone, live cooking, food trucks, art and music workshops, yoga, and sports activities for children, prepared by Pogoń Szczecin club.
What, where, when?
This year’s Scandinavian Days will be held between 11 and 14 May. The content-related part addressed to business representatives and students will take place at Technopark Pomerania. The remaining agenda items include open-air events on city streets and Jasne Błonia commons, and in municipal institutions of culture.
For more information, go to ds.szczecin.eu