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Brunon Bartkiewicz

Brunon Bartkiewicz

Company: ING Bank Śląski

Position: President of the Management Board

Brunon Bartkiewicz has held positions within ING since the 1990’s.

In 1995 he was appointed CEO of Bank Śląski

In 2000 he became General Manager and Management Board member at ING Direct NV.

He returned to ING Bank Śląski (Poland) as CEO in 2004 until 2010. He then became member of the General Management Team at ING Direct.

He was appointed Chief Innovation Officer at ING Group in 2014.

In 2016 he returned as CEO of ING Bank Śląski.

Participates in the sessions:

  • Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

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    Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

    • The idea of sustainable development in practice. Achievements and directions
    • The role of the state and law in supporting sustainable development. National and EU regulations
    • What does ‘sustainable economy’ mean? Business versus the environment
    • Green corporate strategies. Producer responsibility in practice
    • Informed consumers. New models of market behaviour in the era of ecodevelopment
    • How to create goods and services based on natural renewable resources?
    • How, if at all, should non-renewable resources be used? Self-restraint and alternatives
    • Technologies and innovations for sustainable development

    Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

  • The circular economy (CE) – theory and practice

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    The circular economy (CE) – theory and practice

    • In a process loop. Waste management systems in the light of new challenges
    • Idea of the circular economy in the management of water resources, packaging and energy
    • The role of leaders. Pioneers and pilot programmes. Good practice
    • A creative approach to production. New materials and post-production waste management models
    • Costs and profits. The economic dimension of the circular economy
    • Knowledge, co-operation and interdisciplinarity, i.e. innovations in recycling. Sustainable design

    The circular economy (CE) – theory and practice

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