Organization of the conference in Gdansk has just become easier!

Gdansk Convention Bureau – let’s get to know each other

The Gdansk Convention Bureau is responsible for the development and promotion of business tourism in Gdansk and the region. We have been active since 2002, operating as part of the Gdansk Tourism Organisation. We have received an official recommendation from the Poland Convention Bureau and have more than 150 members. The Bureau is a member of international organisations such as the ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association), Cruise Baltic and ECM (European Cities Marketing). Our team is made up of specialists with more than 10 years of experience organising large-scale events and conferences. This experience is what helped us develop the Gdansk Conference System – a state-of-the-art platform for organising conferences and congresses in Gdansk.

Bartłomiej Barski

Manager Pionu Operacyjnego
& Convention Bureau
bartlomiej.barski@visitgdansk.com

Małgorzata Kopij

Starszy Specjalista
ds. organizacji & Convention Bureau
malgorzata.kopij@visitgdansk.com

Anna Marzec

Starszy Specjalista
ds. organizacji & Convention Bureau
anna.marzec@visitgdansk.com

Michał Brandt

Starszy Specjalista ds. Promocji
i Marketingu Biznesowego
michal.brandt@visitgdansk.com

Support we provide

1Polish Congress
Ambassadors Program

The program serves to promote Poland as a place to organize international congresses and conferences. To date, over 220 people have received the title of Congress Ambassador, and a group of outstanding personalities from the Polish world of economics and culture has participated in the works of the chapter.

About the program
Chapter of the program

Contact us
2 MICE
support program

 

Request for proposal
3 Platform for organising
and managing events
Need a comprehensive solution for your event? Use the Gdansk Conference System – a state-of-the-art platform for organising conferences and congresses in Gdansk. A professional event page, online registration, constant contact with participants during the event via a mobile application – those are only some of the features available!
Find out more
4 Promotional
activities
  • welcome desk at Gdansk Lecha Walesa Airport,
  • free marketing materials with information about Gdansk and the Pomeranian voivodeship,
  • tourist information point at the event location
  • Tourist Card with a ticket for public transport,
  • organization of site inspection and study tours,
  • support in venue recommendations and price negotiations.
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Sustainable Gdansk


Tourism in Gdansk goes green!

Following the best trends from all around the world, Gdansk takes great care for providing a sustainable and eco-friendly environment under every aspect. Our aim is simple - the more eco-friendly we are the better for all of us. That is why the city of Gdansk created a 10 principles rule for dealing with plastic, or to get rid of it, to be more specific! We try to reuse everything possible. .

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Being sustainable means forward thinking!


In Gdansk we understand the value of sustainable development. As the city grows dynamically after years of communist neglect, no one is forgetting that Gdansk should be and is a European metropolis. That means that our city is eco-friendly and its development impacts surrounding in a least possible way. 
 
Gdansk stays a green city with lots of park and recreation areas. Our task is made easier thanks to the access to beautiful, sandy and clean beaches along the Baltic coast. It’s also worth mentioning that Gdansk and Poland are doing much to make Baltic clean and to a great avail. Last year many species returned: seals, many birds and even porpoises (Baltic dolphins)! 

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Statistics

There is a reason why Gdansk is visited by over 3 million guests every year, including 1 million from abroad. The city with over 1000 years of tradition offers numerous attractions and places where some of the most important events of the 20th century took place. Thanks to its unique location it gives the possibility of active rest on sandy beaches and in the surrounding forests.

Our guests come to Gdansk primarily to relax (59%), visit their friends or family (28%), learn about the history and culture of the city by visiting the most important attractions (22%), or on business matters to participate in one of the numerous conferences or trade fairs (20%).

You cannot get bored in Gdansk. It is no wonder that most guests spend from 2 to 7 days here (78% of those arriving), and two-thirds return to the city several times (72% of guests in Gdansk for the third or subsequent time). As much as 79% recommend coming to Gdansk to their friends and family.

The meeting industry at a glance

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