Are you interested in investment incentives in the Czech Republic?
At CzechInvest, we will guide you step by step!
What are investment incentives and how it can help me?
In the Czech Republic, investment incentives are used to support businesses that develop the given region with their investments and thus help to cultivate its environment. Incentives are provided by the state, approved by the government in cooperation with ministries and processed by CzechInvest. They are provided to recipients primarily in the form of tax relief or, in certain cases, in the form of subsidies.
How can I find out if I’m eligible to an investment incentive?
Start with the area in which you do business. Investment incentives are intended for investors in the areas of technology centres, business support services centres, the manufacturing industry and manufacturers of special medical products.
Are you in any of these categories? Click on the field below with the name of your sector and check the other conditions for obtaining an investment incentive.
Do you not know which category applies to you? Get in touch with us at the contact below and we’ll figure everything out together.
What do I have to do to obtain an investment incentive in the Czech Republic?
First, contact us. We will go over everything together and determine whether you can apply for an investment incentive. In the next step, we will tell you everything you need to fill out and submit. We will assist you with submitting the application.
Where should I submit the application?
Fill out the application and submit it to us at CzechInvest. We will then hand the application over to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Afterwards, it will undergo an approval round at other ministries (e.g. the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of the Environment, etc.) and will subsequently be submitted to the government for approval. If the application is approved, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will then grant an investment incentive.
According to what criteria are investment-incentive applications assessed?
All investment-incentive applications are assessed and approved by the government, which takes into account especially the benefits for the given region and the state. In practice, this means that all investment-incentive applicants must quantify their anticipated contributions to public budgets and their impact on the labour market in their applications. In addition to that, they must also describe the means by which they intend to incorporate research and development into their activities and to cooperate with research institutes and schools, and how they will utilise the potential of local suppliers and contribute to the development of the local infrastructure.
By which act are investment incentives governed?
Investment incentives are governed by Act No. 72/2000 Coll., on Investment Incentives, as amended, of 6 September 2019.
Are you interested in the possibility of relocating your company in connection with Brexit?
Then you’re at the right place. Through CzechInvest, the Czech Republic offers assistance to foreign investors – from placement of investments and arranging meetings with developers, mayors and ministries to help with the visa process. All you have to do is contact us free of charge.
Have you not found what you were looking for?
Reach out to us at any of the contacts below and we will resolve all of your issues together.
Business Support Service Centres
Production of strategic products for the protection of life and health
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