CEPIC press release
The extraordinary success of Berlin 2014 set the bar high for the next Congresses, making it difficult for the CEPIC Committee to decide how and where to place the forthcoming event to make it as unforgettable as Berlin was.
Europe however has a lot to offer and CEPIC’s long tradition of inviting the members of our industry to visit memorable places made us to decide that Warsaw, the city of many faces, is the ideal place for us to meet and start new networking journeys. Artfully combining the past and the present, Warsaw has everything a modern European capital has to offer: a dynamic and stable business environment, historic and modern meeting facilities, vibrant cultural life and green spaces which cover a quarter of the city.
The hometown of Fryderyk Chopin and Maria Skłodowska-Curie with its historical buildings and post-modern skyscrapers, Warsaw offers the city’s architectural jewel, the Old Town, which has been meticulously reconstructed. Located just a few minutes’ walk from the five-star hotel Sofitel Victoria where our Congress will take place, our delegates will love strolling there to discover many restaurants, cafes and the roots of the city’s cultural life.
Alfonso Gutierrez, CEPIC President, says:
“Welcome to Warsaw, historically positioned at the crossroads between the Western and Eastern Europe, this city grew to inspire changes and promote better understanding between different cultures. The CEPIC Committee worked really hard to prepare the next Congress in a city and place that will fulfil the most demanding expectations of all delegates.”