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Anna
Masłoń-Oracz
PhD candidate
Collegium of Socio-Economics, Warsaw School of Economics
Vice-President of the Polish European Community Studies Association

Anna Masłoń-Oracz - doctoral student at Warsaw School of Economics in the field of economics (PHD thesis: Cluster development and increase the competitiveness of the regions in terms of smart specialization); CEO Maroney Group, Vicepresident PECSA (member of ECSA-World), Completed postgraduate studies in Human Resources Management (University of Warsaw) and Project Management Certificate (PRINCE2), Master’s degree in the field of International Relations (University of Warsaw). Specialist in the fields of business consulting and EU assistance funds. Coordinator of and participant in several EU projects worth over 240 million PLN. Specialist in the development of business plans, market analyses, reports and surveys. Trainer with ten years of experience in the implementation and operation of courses on the EU, entrepreneurship and soft skills. Author of numerous articles in the press and books, including: EU for Youth; EU 2020 from the Small and Medium Enterprises Perspective Guidelines for writing a EU application (Gazeta Wyborcza portal),Raising funds for renewable energy (Gazeta Prawna), Environment protection and shaping ecological attitudes within the framework of available EU programmes and An opportunity for innovation (Fundusze Europejskie), How to write winning projects (Nowoczesna Firma), The impact of EU funds on the the situation of SMEs in Poland (The Warsaw Voice).
Research interests include the development of cluster policy (recently involved in the formation of clusters (eg chemical cluster, the cluster of renewable energy, metaklaster within the Visegrad Group countries), international relations in sub-Saharan Africa, Africa as an emerging market.

Conference Topics

DAY II - Session II - Auditorium I - Smart regions and cities supporting cluster development and industrial competitiveness or Key enabling technologies and regional development strategies