In the middle of May, CzechInvest presented the business opportunities that the Czech Republic has to offer in London and Dublin. Among other things, the seminars titled Business Breakfast provided information on current trends in the Czech economy. The events were opened by representatives of the Czech embassies in London and Dublin, Aleš Opatrný and Petr Kynštetr, respectively.
CzechInvest’s representative in London, Lucie Botha, presented the Innovation Strategy of the Czech Republic 2019-2030. Other representatives of CzechInvest spoke about the investment climate in the Czech Republic and the prepared amendment of the Investment Incentives Act.
Speaking on behalf of the law firm Konečná & Zacha, Radka Konečná described how to structure future investments in the Czech Republic. The seminars were concluded by Mark Flanders, vice-president for finance at Wandera, who shared his experience with building a development team in Brno.
The seminars were held with support from the Czech embassies in London and Dublin and the Association for Foreign Investment.