- Three quarters of Czechs who use banking services use a smartphone
- Banks are doing little to promote what they offer, so clients are switching to competitors for similar services
- Czechs are open to making payments with their smart phones; more than one third would do so
Tourism in the Czech Republic continues to soar at a record-breaking pace, and in 2018 the country welcomed more than half a million additional tourists compared to the previous year, expats.cz write.
The Czech Republic is known for a solid infrastructure, a highly educated and skilled workforce, and relatively low living costs and wages. This week, we took a close look at the Czech startup scene and created a list of 10 promising startups to watch in 2019. All of the companies we’re listing below were founded within the past 2-3 years and all of them have a interesting as well as promising business model, eu-startups.com writes.
Current Master Plan of Prague outlines the growth of the city only to its borders. We need to include the outskirts in order to let Prague grow sustainably. On February 8, Adam Scheinherr, Prague’s Deputy Mayor for Transportation, and City Councillor Lenka Burgerová (both Praha Sobě) were our guests at another round of AmCham talks with City Hall representatives on key issues.
Dentons launches interactive tool on Transparency Registers laws in all EU markets with the support of the Nextlaw Referral Network
Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has collaborated with the Nextlaw Referral Network to expand its interactive EU Transparency Register laws tool to cover all 28 countries in the European Union.
Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy
- 1) The home of value-added manufacturing
- 2) Prague-Brno-Ostrava Creative Triangle
- 3) Health Care as an export industry
- 4) Government as a competitive advantage
In Policy Pipeline policy developments in the Czech Republic and abroad are monitored to bring better understanding of current topics and trends.