Dagmar Grossmann, CEO of Grossmann Jet Service in Prague and founder of CEPA Central Europe Private Aviation, will be talking up the importance of aviation - East meets West - at next week’s XXI Economic Forum in Poland. CEPA, which has become an official partner of the XXI Economic Forum, will be represented by its Chairman, Jiri Matousek. The Economic Forum, acknowledged as the “Davos of Central and Eastern Europe,” is a three day conference taking place during 7-9 September 2011 in the Polish spa resort Krynica Zdroj. 2,000 business leaders and influencers from 60 countries will attend the event. Dagmar will be joined by industry panellists Ross Mitchell, Director Sales Central and Eastern Europe for Bombardier Business Aircraft and aircraft values specialist Oliver Stone, Managing Director, Colibri Aircraft, the UK based aircraft sales and brokerage.
Together they will highlight the challenges in aviation today and in the future, the importance of the corporate aircraft as a business tool and Dagmar Grossmann will address the obstacles she has encountered in building up a sustainable business, including considerable human resources issues. She will also look at what lessons can be learned and adapted from counterparts in the west that seem to have far fewer problems setting up new bases throughout Europe. She will also discuss the need to encourage more aviation businesses in the CEE region and how to realise the terrific opportunities opening up there. The panel session featuring Dagmar and her colleagues will be held on September 9 from 14:55 in the Rzeszow room of the Dom Forum.
The Krynica Economic Forum, held annually since 1991, is a prestigious recognized event in Central and Eastern Europe. Its mission is to create a favourable climate for the development of political and economic cooperation between the EU and neighbouring countries. Krynica is an important point on the political map of the world where on such large-scale East meets West. Among participants are: experts and leaders of political, social, economic and cultural life of Europe, Asia and America.