Program Data Economy Congress

4-5 April 2023

Day I
8:30 - 9:00
Registration of Guests
9:00 – 9:20
Ceremonial opening of the conference
9:20 – 9:50
Keynote speech 2x
9:50 – 10:40
Future of Data Economy
10:40 – 12:40
Cross-sectoral cooperation of companies and public institutions
12:40 – 13:20
Networking break
13:20 – 14:35
Data-driven organization
14:35 – 15:55
Data for climate
Committee of CDOs i CIOs meeting
Day II
9:00 – 9:30
Guest registration
9:30 – 9:40
The opening of the second day of the conference
9:40 – 10:00
Keynote speech
10:00 – 11:30
Contemporary data economy - the necessity of building trust
11:30 – 12:00
Networking break
12:00 – 14:10
AI, ML and advanced analytics solutions for business
Modeling consumer propensity and using external data sources
14:10 – 15:35
Data security and cybersecurity – data responsibility

Detailed Program Data Economy Congress

Day I
Day II
8:30 - 9:00
Registration of Guests
9:00 - 9:20
Ceremonial opening of the conference
  • Mariusz Cholewa, Co-Chairman of the Founding Board / President of the Management Board, BIK / CEO, ACCIS
  • Szymon Wałach, Co-Chairman of the Founding Board / Vice President of the Management Board InPost
9:20 - 9:35
Keynote speech
9:35 - 9:50
How to effectively build data ecosystems?
Keynote speech
  • Data Economy Expert, Data Strategist
9:50 - 10:40
The Future of Data Economy
  • Data as a strategic resource in business - how to use them efficiently?
  • What will the economy look like in the future?
  • The influence of new technologies on the data economy
  • The use and the potential of the data generated in the IoT
Invited speakers:
  • Dominika Bettman, General Manager, Microsoft Polska
  • Mariusz Cholewa, Co-Chairman of the Data Economy Congress Program Council, President of the Board, Biuro Informacji Kredytowej
  • Artur Groszek, IT Executive Director, PKN ORLEN SA*
  • Przemysław Koch, Board Member, CTO/COO, VeloBank
  • Jarosław Królewski, CEO & Founder, Synerise*
  • Marta Wrochna-Łastowska, Board Member/CFO, Grupa Żabka
10:40 - 12:40
The host of the block - the Polish Credit Bureau
The examples of cooperation between the companies and institutions representing various sectors of the economy, which cooperate in data exchange, data analysis, and use of data. The ideas and projects are broadening the areas of possible cooperation and opening new databases, e.g., collecting data from state institutions, central administration bodies, and local government bodies.
10:40 - 11:05
The bases for the efficient model of cross-sectoral data exchange
Case study / firechat
  • Sławomir Grzelczak, Vice President of the Board, Biuro Informacji Kredytowej
11:05 - 11:45
How to open the access to public data?
  • Opportunities and possibilities to use the largest databases in the country
  • Government identity confirmation apps
  • Public Data Sharing Policy. What are the potential risks?
  • Transparency and accountability: what are the transparency and accountability rules for access to public data and what are the control and oversight mechanisms
  • Open access to data: what are the benefits of open access to public data, what are the barriers to this goal and what are the ways to overcome them
Invited speakers:
  • Janusz Cieszyński, Secretary of State, Government Plenipotentiary for Cyber Security, KPRM
  • Adrian Kurowski, General Director of Visa in Poland
  • Jakub Mazur, Deputy Mayor of Wrocław
  • Włodzimierz Owczarczyk, Deputy director, Social Insurance Institution (ZUS), Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych
  • Jaromir Pelczarski, CIO, Alior Bank
  • Paweł Szymczak, CEO, NASK S.A. *
11:45 - 12:00
Common solution for a bank and a technology provider in terms of personalization and cloud embedding
Case study
  • Błażej Szczecki, Vice President of the Management Board, Technology and Operations Division, PEKAO SA*
12:00 - 12:15
High availability of data in business continuity analysis
Case study
  • Representative of Veritas
  • A representative of the French banking sector
12:15 - 12:40
Building a vision of analytical transformation in the organization
  • How do you start planning for a change in the approach to data in traditional sectors?
  • Practical perspective on digital transformation - exchange of experiences CDO's
  • How to choose the right strategy for data lake, data warehouse, data hubs... Data houses?
  • The role of no code and low code in the development of the organization
Invited speakers:
  • Renata Bratkowska, Chief Data Officer, Grupa NEUCA
  • Arkadiusz Ruciński, Chief Digital Officer, CCC*
  • Maciej Czajkowski, Director of Transformation and Strategy, Frisco*
  • Łukasz Grala, Mentor, Futurolog, CEO, TIDK
12:40 - 13:20
Networking break
13:20 - 14:35
Organizational management is in accordance with the theory of data-driven, which constitutes making decisions based on advanced analysis and interpretation of available data. Some experience will be shown concerning using broadly-understood data in the internal processes of companies and institutions, both concerning organizational issues, optimization of actions, and improvement of results.
13:20 - 13:35
Impact of advanced analytics and appropriate data center infrastructure on global business processes (tbc)
  • Sylwia Pyśkiewicz, CEO, Equinix*
13:35 - 13:50
How can data support the economy? How can economies use available data to build their vision of the new economics?
Case study (TBC)
  • Jarosław Królewski, CEO & Founder, Synerise*
  • retail sector representative
13:50 - 14:10
Microsoft Azure cloud data platforms
  • Robert Woźniak, CEO, Elitmind
  • Tomasz Dreslerski, Enterprise Commercial Lead, Board Member, Microsoft Polska
14:10 - 14:25
Data aggregation and analysis in the business process
  • Marcin Dzienniak, CTO, Członek Zarządu, OCHK
  • Representative of the financial sector
14:25 - 14:40
How to conduct digital transformation and build a data system in an organization? (TBC)
Case study
  • Tomasz Burzyński, Chief Data Officer, InPost
14:40 - 15:55
Data economy vs. the challenges connected with the change of climate. Actions as a part of ESG strategy implementation. The influence and the possibility of using new technologies in projects aiming at sustainable development and limiting, or preferably, stopping gradual climate changes. Opportunities brought by the analysis and use of data, as well as ML and AI.
14:40 - 14:50
14:50 - 15:00
ESG Management Solution – how to collect ESG data
  • S-factor: social impact data and analysis
  • Mariusz Chudy, Partner, PwC
15:00 - 15:20
Data in the energy sector
Debate 3+1
  • What should practical guidelines for energy companies in the area of data management and implementation of cloud computing solutions look like?
  • How to apply a model of cloud computing architecture and big data management in the energy sector?
  • Revision of the origin of OT and IT systems used in enterprise technology ecosystems
  • How to catalog data sources? How to store them? How to analyze?
  • Principles of secure processing
  • Financing technological investments in the energy sector
Invited speakers:
  • Grzegorz Bojar, CIO, Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.
  • Leszek Chwalik, Vice-President of the Management Board, TAURON Obsługa Klienta
  • Krzysztof Guzewski, Department of Office IT Environment Management, PGE Systemy S.A*
  • Henryk Mucha, Chairman of the Board, PGNIG Obrót Detaliczny
15:20 - 15:55
Harnessing the power of data to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and ESG strategies
  • Creating more sustainable products and services – a cross-sectoral look at ESG
    • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing energy, material and water consumption - analytical conclusions
  • Eco-customer: customer needs and expectations - matching based on data
  • Using data to monitor and improve energy efficiency
  • Business data analysis and investments in accordance with the EU Taxonomy
  • Climate change research and determination of climate change impacts - carbon footprint
Invited speakers:
  • Nuno Cardoso, CIO, Biedronka*
  • Mariusz Chudy, Partner, PwC
  • Agata Czachórska, Country Sustainability Manager, IKEA Group*
  • Anna Papka, Public Policy Manager - Sustainability CEE, Amazon*
  • Aleksandra Sroka-Krzyżak, Head of Strategy and Chief of Staff, Allegro
  • Daria Sulgostowska, Head of Corporate Communication and ESG, G2A*
  • Aleksandra Trojanowska, Managing Director, Algorable
9:00 - 9:30
Registration of Guests
9:30 - 9:40
Opening of the 2nd day of the conference
9:40 - 10:00
Keynote Speech
  • Artur Kurasiński, Creator, entrepreneur and investor, CEO,
10:00 - 11:30
The host of the block - Visa
Responsibility for data processing for the economy. The meaning of responsibility taken on by the entities processing data, both for the security of the data collections entrusted to them and for the data use that benefits everybody. The issue of the national and EU legal frameworks concerning data economy - the current legal status and planned amendments and changes in the law.
10:00 - 10:10
Visa's use of transaction information to verify and secure transactions
Case study
  • Adrian Kurowski, General Manager Poland, Visa
10:10 - 11:00
Contemporary data economy - the necessity of building trust
  • Are we, as a country, prepared to use the opportunities connected with constructing the economy based on data?
  • What are the critical challenges for companies and public administration in this respect?
  • What examples of solutions based on data add value to the economy and society?
  • The mechanics of open data and their value for particular industries (e.g., for open banking)
  • How can open data support the Smart City concept and facilitate improvements in local governments in the spirit of social participation?
  • What role can the integration of data collections belonging to various providers and databases play? Is it possible to build a cohesive data ecosystem in Poland?
  • How can the private sector support processes of opening and use of data?
  • How to build support for entities processing data, and how to educate in this respect?
Invited speakers:
  • Anna Gos, Data Openness Plenipotentiary, Chancellery of the Prime Minister
  • Karol Jaroszewski, Head of Data Science Lab, Central Eastern Europe, Visa
  • Kamil Konikiewicz, Head of Data Science, Allegro*
  • Anna Wierzbicka, Director of the Department of Environmental Management in the Department of Ecology and Climate, City of Łódź Office
  • prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Szarata, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Cracow University of Technology
  • Adrian Kurowski, General Manager Poland, Visa
11:00 - 11:15
EU Regulations concerning open finance and finance data space
  • dr Krzysztof Korus, Partner, DLK Legal, Member, The European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF)
11:15 - 11:30
  • Representative of HRK
11:30 - 12:00
Networking break
12:00 - 14:05
Inspiring examples of practical solutions/ technology based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning used in various scopes of the economy. The presented case studies are to stimulate you and inspire you to think about the use of the solutions also in other sectors.
12:00 - 12:15
Examples of innovations based on ML analysis of the device usage profile
Case study
  • Michał Łukasiewicz, Member of the Management Board, Digital Fingerprints, Lider Strumienia Antyfraudowego
12:15 - 12:35
How to use data to increase business efficiency? Lake house i data mash
Case study and Q&A session
  • Łukasz Grala, Mentor, Futurolog, CEO, TIDK
12:35 - 12:55
What impact does Chat GPT have on the commercial market?
Debate 2+1
  • At what conversion stage are we?
  • The perspective of customers using Chat GPT as a tool
  • Data certification - the human factor in the commercial use of Open AI
12:55 - 13:10
Using analytics to accelerate and automate traditional processes related to the real estate market
Case study
  • Mateusz Chachulski, Member of the Management Board, Cenatorium
13:10 - 13:40
Digital identity and data analytics as a key to building better customer experience
Debate (3+1)
  • Use data and analytics to create and customize products
  • Examples of good practices and solutions used in the media sector regarding digital identity and data analytics
  • Prospects and forecasts for the development of the media market in the context of digital identity and data analytics
Invited speakers:
  • Edyta Sadowska, CEO, General Director, CANAL+ Polska
  • Marcin Choiński, Data & AI Department Director, TVN Warner Bros. Discovery
  • Representative of the media sector
13:40 - 13:55
Data for science - how can business share data with research centers? Benefits of cooperation (TBC)
Case study
13:55 - 14:10
Every Digital Transformation needs ONA (Organization Network Analysis)
  • Sławomir Soszyński, Vice-President of the Management Board, ING Bank Śląski*
14:10 - 15:35
Cybersecurity of data used in the company: in the organization's internal processes, during the exchange of sensitive data with a customer, or during cooperation with various entities on the market. Opportunities and threats resulting from the development of the "open data economy" concept. The responsibility for storing data and making them available.
14:10 - 14:25
Anonymization and pseudonymization of data in the internal processes of data processing
Case study
  • Krzysztof Dyki, President of the Management Board, ComCERT SA
14:25 - 14:40
Case study concerning the subject of cybersecurity in banking structures
14:40 - 14:55
Data protection and security against crashes, ransomware and human errors
Case study
  • Representative of Veritas
14:55 - 15:35
Data responsibility - customer's perspective
  • A look from the perspective of the end customer (who stores the data, who uses it, how to secure your data, building customer awareness)
  • Customer experience - providing better experiences with data
  • Accessibility and availability of data offered by applications
  • Insight into the data provided by the customer. Where do we leave our digital footprint and who can use it?
  • Phishing and other online threats
Invited speakers:
  • Kuba Filipowski, Co-Founder, Netguru*
  • Maciej Jakubowski, CTO, Empik Group*
  • Artur Drobiecki, Head of Sales, Limitless Technologies
  • Robert Kroplewski, Plenipotentiary of the Minister of Digitization for the Information Society, KPRM*
  • Dariusz Gąsior, Chief Information Officer, Action*
* The agenda of the event is underway, we are open to any suggestions, suggestions and comments
** The Organizer reserves the right to changes in the agenda and the change of venue and date of the event