The entire industry in one place

12. Moto Idea Conference

DoubleTree by Hilton Łódź


2 days of meetings

A powerful injection of inspiration and the opportunity to establish new business relationships

12th edition

A powerful injection of inspiration and the opportunity to establish new business relationships

20 presentations

Expert materials presented by the most interesting personalities from the automotive industry

250 participants involved

An opportunity to establish contacts and exchange views with industry practitioners


The Moto Idea conference is one of the most important meetings of representatives of the automotive sector in Poland. For over a decade of its existence, it has become a recognizable platform integrating producers and suppliers, and a mandatory event in the calendar of every manager related to the automotive industry.

From the very beginning, Moto Idea has been distinguished by a high substantive level of lectures combined with the formula of an informal meeting. As every year, a rich program full of speeches and discussions awaits the participants. The participants of the two-day event will have an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences, share best practices and establish new business relationships.

Conference organizer

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See what the 11th edition of the Conference looked like

"A few steps have been taken that
bring us closer to the increase in the
volume of electric cars on Polish roads."
Paweł Borys, president, Polish Development Fund
"In 2025, the Polish labor market will
be short of 1.5 million people "
Agnieszka Zielińska, director, Polish HR Forum
dr Mario Herger, Technology trend researcher "Last driver's license holder ... has
already been born"
"40% of companies consider online
recruitment of teams or employees in locations
other than the company's offices"
Artur Migoń, vice president of the board, Antal

The theme of the 11th edition

  • Global mobility transformation, the biggest change in the automotive market in decades. Challenges and Opportunities for Poland.COVID feedback, i.e. highlighting the dysfunction of the modern automotive industry. Postpandemic recovery in the automotive sector.
  • Defective parts cost the industry billions of euros. Do we set quality standards for other sec
  • Does the “attractive employer and satisfied employee” have a chance to replace the well-established pattern of “the employer’s market and the employee’s market”?
  • Will robots replace humans? Can automation meet the challenges of the automotive industry and robots are a remedy for staff shortages?