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The Economic Development Space

WAHT IS the Economic Development Space

The Economic Development Space is located on the first floor of the ZODIAK Pavilion. The Office of Economic Development is responsible for its management. The Space is intended for dialogue and exchange of views. It serves as an incubator of knowledge, it can be described as an urban “living lab”. It enables establishing cooperation between various environments, including science, business and the capital’s local government. It is a venue for events to support urban economic, social and scientific innovations, meetings with investors, as well as workshops, debates, lectures and conferences aimed at promoting Warsaw’s economic potential.


As part of the Economic Development Space, outdoor exhibitions concerning the city’s economic development are being prepared in front of the ZODIAK Pavilion.


Events organized in the Economic Development Space focus on topics related to, among others:

  • promotion of Warsaw’s potential,
  • investments in the capital,
  • economic and scientific innovation,
  • sustainable development,
  • quality of life,
  • development of startups,
  • supporting talent,
  • the job market,
  • social issues,
  • circular economy,
  • the sharing economy.



Entities interested in free of charge lease of an area in the Economic Development Space to organize an event may benefit from:

  • a multifunctional room for up to 75 people, equipped with a video wall, a projector with a screen and a mobile display,
  • an intimate meeting room for up to 8 people.

E-mail: or  phone: 22 443 30 77

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Events hosted by the Economic Development Space

#ZODIAK_inspires – a series of eight open meetings devoted to shaping a modern city in the context of sustainable development. In addition to residents, they were attended by: designers, developers, architects, investors, and representatives of startups and business environment institutions.

The debate was organised by a THINKTANK in cooperation with the Centre for International Relations, referring to the 50th World Economic Forum, which took place in Davos.

A conference and debate on the green Warsaw centre and the planned introduction of a clean transport zone in the capital.

An outdoor exhibition presenting 17 UN sustainable development goals and activities related to Warsaw’s implementation of the urban climate policy. Other exhibitions took place in the space in front of the Zodiak. “In the Warsaw studio” discussed the potential of local craft workshops, and “From behind a desk onto a hammock” showed examples of well-designed office spaces.