The 3SI Business Forum is back! This time we'll meet in Riga, Latvia on June 20-21.

Once again, we'll gather the leaders of the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) region for exciting and much-needed discussions on how sustainable development, purpose-driven innovation, and new collaboration models can contribute to future economy and secure connectivity of the 3SI region.

A look into this year's agenda

Over two days, the Forum will gather 500+ stakeholders and leading minds from the 3SI region and beyond to address the burning topics and issues related to the 3SI region's current state and economic development.

Here's what you can expect from this year's Business Forum agenda:

  • Presidents’ Panel: The Three Seas Initiative – The renewed urgency and opportunity of connecting Europe

  • Investment Panel: The Three Seas region – Primed for future-proof investments

  • Energy Panel: Building a balanced and resilient energy sector in the Three Seas region

  • Transport & Logistics Panel: Multimodal mobility & logistics as a cornerstone of connectivity and sustainable development

  • Digitalisation Panel: Crucial digital transformations for advancing infrastructure connectivity and security in the Three Seas region

  • Mission Approach Panel: Mission-oriented innovation — Shaping the future of economics and businesses

Registered attendees of this year's Business Forum will also have the opportunity to build new connections and lay foundations for high-profile collaborations by arranging 1:1 meetings.

Practical information for attendees

Both 3SI Business Forum days will be hosted at the Hanzas Perons (16a Hanzas St., Riga, Latvia), a former Riga cargo railway warehouse in the New Hanza area that has been reborn as a popular venue hall. The location is close to the city center and is easily accessible on foot or by public transport.

The first day of the Forum, June 20, will begin with an afternoon registration (13:30-15:30, GMT+3) followed by opening remarks from H.E. Krišjānis Kariņš, Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia. The Forum's opening will be followed by two discussions – The Presidents' Panel and Investment Panel with keynote speakers Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice President of the European Commission for An Economy that Works for People, Mathias Cormann, OECD Secretary-General, and others. We'll conclude day 1 with a networking event in the venue.

Day 2, June 21, will begin with opening remarks by 3SI representatives, followed by four panel discussions with such speakers as Alastair Evans, Director of Government Relations and Corporate Affairs of Rolls Royce SMR, and Karan Bhatia, Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google. We'll conclude the 3SI Business Forum with a farewell event and delicious Latvian Midsummer treats.

All Forum events will be live-streamed online.

More detailed information on the Forum agenda and this year's speaker lineup will be announced soon.

In case you're interested in attending the 3SI Business Forum, please contact

About the Three Seas Initiative:

Based on a shared interest to improve connectivity between twelve EU countries located between the Baltic, Adriatic, and Black Seas, the Three Seas Initiative unites the countries both on presidential and business development levels. The Initiative's objectives are supported through regular events, including 3SI Summit and Business Forum. The events provide a unique platform for stakeholders to hold future-oriented discussions on political and commercial levels – much needed in today's increasingly volatile geopolitical and economic environment.