I will always be fond of Bamber Day. It was during one of the Bamber Day events that I met the future protagonists of my photo exhibition, who were folklore enthusiasts and with whom I have remained in touch to this day. This year's Bamber Day will be part of a bigger Poznań Traditions Festival scheduled for 5-7 August.

Poznan Bamber women in folk costumes could be met on the streets of Bamberg. It was an excellent opportunity to present the tradition and history of Poznan Bambers who, for three centuries, have been an integral part of the history and culture of the capital of Greater Poland and have been an important element of the local cultural heritage.

The IT community in Poznań is actively growing and offering more and more substantive events for IT professionals. This time, for the first time in our city, the ITCorner Members' Congress - an organisation bringing together technology companies from all over Poland - was held. The theme of this year's edition was Company Resilient to Turbulence, and the speakers were representatives of the City of Poznań and members of the organisation. The City of Poznań was also a partner of the event.

The capital of Wielkopolska was awarded the title of the Business-Friendly City of the Year in the category of local authorities support. - This distinction shows that our city is constantly developing, and investors operating in it can count on our support - says Jacek Jaśkowiak, the Mayor of the City of Poznań.

"Drogal" - as its creators refer to it - was painted on Wartostrada near the St. Roch Bridge. It depicts a huge ruler that measures the characteristic elements of each of the 42 districts of the capital of Greater Poland. The mural was inaugurated on Saturday, June 25th, the second day of the Fyrtle Festival. Drogal is an example of how a city can be smart without using technology.

This year's edition of Animator promises to feature more than 300 animated films in its competitions and various other sections. The festival will offer meetings with artists, animation workshops for kids, and a visit to Spain. The dates of this celebration of Polish and world animation, to be held in Poznań for the 15th time, is fast approaching.

It is hard to even imagine spending the holiday season in Poznań without the #NaFalach series of free outdoor concerts. The previous editions, which have been held since 2019 but skipped 2020 due to covid, featured numerous events that showed that, far from being a cultural dead season, summer in Poznań offers hosts of possibilities to delve into the world of music in your off time and to do it outdoors. This year's July concerts by Luxtorpeda, Sorry Boys, LemON and Happysad will be no exception.

As it does every summer, the time has come to enjoy the Letnie Brzmienia (Summer Sounds) event held in Stary Browar (Old Brewery) Park and its outdoor concerts by Poland's top artists of recent years. The upcoming July line-up features Tymek, Brodka, Natalia Przybysz, Mery Spolsky and Sanah. And this is not all - the list of stars scheduled to appear in Poznań this year goes on and on.

The new office, new clients, new projects, new job offers... More changes are coming in the ALTEN branch in Poznań! The dynamic development of the company, through the support of clients from key sectors of the economy and assistance in the implementation of innovative technologies, is an opportunity for the region that is worth taking advantage of.