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2021 = new energy!
We are starting a new project for the city of Kielce. We will be working on a document entitled „Kielce City Development Strategy 2030+ towards Smart City”.
In an era of highly changeable economic, social trends and new technologies, creating a city development strategy based on innovative approach is particularly important from the perspective of its competitiveness both in the domestic and European markets.
We will organize also public consultations, to ensure that the residents of Kielce and the surrounding areas have the opportunity to participate in designing the strategy, as their main recipients.
The Innovation in Politics Awards recognise the most creative and daring political projects in Europe.
Among the winners of the competition in the „Economy” category was the project „Gdynia supports entrepreneurs during COVID-19”. This year, Poland received 120 applications, twice as many as last year. Nineteen projects reached the finals, which is a record number on a European scale. The competition has been held for four years. This year Poland wins the award for the third time.
The past year has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left its mark on every area of life. Nor has it been without impact on communications.
Restrictions on business in many industries, the introduction of remote working on an unprecedented scale, social isolation and, finally, the stress of the threat of disease and uncertainty in the current climate – all of this was something that PR professionals had to respond to. It was also impossible to ignore the social events taking place in Poland.
It was undeniably a time of many challenges. So what did 2020 bring for the public relations industry?