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Deloitte Legal Study: Legal Services Market is Undergoing a Major Change. Clients Demand Comprehensive Services Going Beyond Strictly Legal Advice

29.06.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Czech Republic - Research & Studies
52 % of businesses intend to obtain legal services from firms offering a broad range of professional services going beyond legal advice.

CBRE s.r.o.

The IT sector and proferssional services are raising demand for office space in Prague over the long term

24.6.2016 | Company: CBRE s.r.o.
Sectors: Real Estate
A study by CBRE that analyses the demand for office space by business sector suggests that the greatest interest in Prague office space is dominated by companies operating in the IT sector, whose headquarters can be found throughout the city. Companies working in the financial sector prefer Butovice, Pankrác and Budějovická, while pharmaceutical companies dominate in Anděl and legal services are based in the centre of Prague.

3M Česko

3M Recognized as the "Top Dream Company" for Millennials

16.6.2016 | Company: 3M Česko
Tops National Society of High School Scholars’ Annual Career Survey.

Capgemini Czech Republic s.r.o.

Report by Capgemini Consulting and i24c: Europe Failing to Realize the Full Environmental and Commercial Benefits of its Low-Carbon Technology R&D Leadership

16.6.2016 | Company: Capgemini Czech Republic s.r.o.
Sectors: Finance
New research finds that Europe could lose its position as a global leader without a more robust industrial innovation strategy for achieving the ambitious emissions reduction goals of the Paris Agreement.


He who plays is hardly naughty: What attitude do Czechs have towards computer and video games?

15.6.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Finance
From connecting colourful balloons to the Champions’ League, from Tetris to the Cold War. At the moment, there is hardly any theme that has not yet been adapted to a computer game (do you know the one where one player, acting as a father, tries to babysit a child, while the other player, acting as the baby, tries to kill himself with a number of loose objects and kitchen equipment as fast as possible?). But who all plays games in our country, and how are we doing in comparison to the USA, the videogame Mecca? Stop playing Solitaire for a while and have a look at another analysis of the Czechia in Data!

Komerční banka, a.s.

Slump in gas prices sent inflation towards zero level

9.6.2016 | Company: Komerční banka, a.s.
Sectors: Finance
After inflation bounced to 0.6% in April, it returned to levels close to zero as it reported yoy growth of only 0.1%. The return to lower levels is due to the significant decrease of gas prices and a correction of April’s growth in alcoholic beverages and clothing. Central bankers are certainly not particularly happy about May’s developments even though their last forecasts expected these low figures. EUR/CZK should not be affected as it is was glued to the FX commitment level by real rather than speculative flows.


The Number of Insurance Fraud Cases Is on the Rise

8.6.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Finance
Are Czechs More Adept Swindlers or Do the Insurance Companies Have Better Tools at Their Disposal?

CBRE s.r.o.

CBRE: The average turnover of shopping centers increased by 12.5%

30.5.2016 | Company: CBRE s.r.o.
Sectors: Real Estate
According to the latest survey Shopping Centre Index conducted by CBRE, the world leader in commercial real estate services, The average turnover recorded by the Index increased by 12.5% y-o-y, reflecting the positive sentiment on the market driven by economic outcomes, such as the declining unemployment rate and increased wages, which resulted in a raised willingness of customers to spend more. The CBRE Shopping Centre Index recorded footfall increase by 3.7% y-o-y.


Millennials and their employers: Can this relationship be saved?

26.5.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Finance, Human Resources
Businesses must adjust how they nurture loyalty among Millennials or risk losing a large percentage of their workforces, according to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s (Deloitte) fifth annual Millennial Survey. Forty-four percent of Millennials say, if given the choice, they expect to leave their current employers in the next two years. That figure increases to 66 percent when the time frame is extended to 2020. The findings were revealed through a survey of nearly 7,700 Millennials from 29 countries during the end of previous year.


Czechs want a car that exactly fits their style, and they select their car based on price and make. They have virtually no interest in online sales.

25.05.2016 | Company: EY
Sectors: Finance, Manufacturing
Czechs choose their cars based mainly on price. They want the option of comparing multiple offers and they negotiate on price (83%). New car owners place the highest priority on their favorite make. One third say make is the most important factor in selecting a new car (29%). Some 82% of customers consider the traditional dealership to be the ideal place to purchase a car; only 2% of respondents prefer buying online. And we have nothing against new technologies; many of us are thinking about buying an electric car (55%) or welcome the possibility of automatic communication between vehicle and repair shop (58%).

Československá obchodní banka, a.s.

Companies are bothered by extensive paperwork

18.5.2016 | Company: Československá obchodní banka, a.s.
Sectors: Finance
... Besides the paperwork companies are upset about the frequent legislative changes and a level of taxes. These are the main conclusions of a survey by ČSOB, which has been conducted as a part of its Company expectations index. "We have found out that some companies have to deal with filling out up to two thousand forms annually". ...

PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.

Global Economic Crime Survey 2016 - Czech report

17.5.2016 | Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
Sectors: Finance
The 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey was carried out by PwC. It is the largest survey of its kind with 6,337 survey participants from 115 countries, including 79 companies in the Czech Republic. The survey is intended not only to describe the current state of economic crime but also to identify trends and perception of future risks.

Oracle Czech s.r.o.

Oracle’s Modern Finance: Driving Transformation from Within study reveals closer alignment between CFO and CIO is crucial to successful finance transformation

17.5.2016 | Company: Oracle Czech s.r.o.
Sectors: Information Technology
73% of finance leaders agree closer CIO / CFO alignment has become more important to achieving their finance transformation. Most are more concerned about the impact of change from outside their organization than from within. Over half say their existing finance system is unlikely to cope effectively with near future demands.


SMART Construction - Spring 2016

11.5.2016 | Company: Deloitte
In addition to the usual output service, the new issue of the magazine on construction, development and investments provides you with the results of a general public research relating to sustainable development, construction and investments in real estate in Prague, an interview with the leading real estate agent, Serge Borenstein, information on the development on the residential market, a review of the Czech Construction Forum, and legal and tax news, including the amendment to the Construction Act.


The Local Purchases/Sales Report

28.4.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Finance
Pursuant to the results of Deloitte’s survey of 237 company representatives conducted in March 2016, all respondents met the deadline for filing the Local Purchases/Sales Report as of 25 February. Nevertheless, its preparation imposed a substantial administrative burden on companies. A fifth of respondents (21%) spent more than three business days preparing the Local Purchases/Sales report; 39% of surveyed companies spent one to three business days, a third (32%) less than a day and 8% of respondents less than an hour.


The Czech Republic in 25 years: manufacturing and IT will drive the economy, the Czech crown will be a thing of the past, a woman will lead the nation

27.04.2016 | Company: EY
According to 97% of Czechs, the political system in the Czech Republic will be the same in 25 years as it is today. However, a third of people think the CR will no longer be part of the European Union. According to three quarters of Czechs, a woman will have fought her way to leading the country in 25 years. The economy’s strongest sectors will be automotive, engineering and IT. ► Half of people believe we will be using the euro; one tenth predict digital currency ► Czechs see the greatest political and economic risks in worsening East-West relations ► According to 51% of Czechs, China will be the world’s largest economy in 2041


Prospects for the Automotive Industry in Central Europe

27.4.2016 | Company: Deloitte
The automotive industry in Central Europe is growing despite risk factors within the region. Today, approximately 1 in 3 cars produced in the EU are manufactured in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. These were the results found in Deloitte’s Automotive Study, which includes the current views and projections of 80 executives from the automotive industry in six Central European countries.

PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.

Czech CEO Survey 2016

27.4.2016 | Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
Sectors: Finance
The Czech CEO survey 2016 showed an extraordinary rate of optimism by Czech business leaders as compared to their world CEO colleagues who are far more pessimistic.

Medtronic Czechia s.r.o.

Real-World Study Shows 72 Percent of Atrial Fibrillation Would Have Gone Undiagnosed in Stroke Patients if Cardiac Monitoring Had Been Limited to 30 Days

27.4.2016 | Company: Medtronic Czechia s.r.o.
Sectors: Health Care & Pharmaceuticals
Findings Demonstrate Detection of Atrial Fibrillation in Cryptogenic Stroke Patients with Medtronic Insertable Cardiac Monitor.


Prospects for the Automotive Industry in Central Europe

21.4.2016 | Company: Deloitte
Sectors: Finance
The automotive industry in Central Europe is growing despite risk factors within the region. Today, approximately 1 in 3 cars produced in the EU are manufactured in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. These were the results found in Deloitte’s Automotive Study, which includes the current views and projections of 80 executives from the automotive industry in six Central European countries.

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