26.02.2020, Company: TaylorWessing e|n|w|c advokáti v.o.s.
Taylor Wessing Czech Republic is pleased to announce that Karin Pomaizlová, a partner in the law firm, has once again made the World Trademark Review 1000 ranking for providing outstanding legal service in the area of trademark law and named a “TOP TM PROFESSIONAL”. Taylor Wessing Czech Republic, as a law firm, also won another major award in the WTR ranking. This year it climbed to the silver category, a shift since 2018 when awarded a bronze medal. The WTR rankings were announced this February. They result from a thorough qualitative assessment focused on identifying companies and people in the Czech Republic considered to be excellent in the trademark area. When evaluating companies, criteria such as depth of expertise, presentations on the market and the level of work performed, as well as positive feedback from clients, are taken into account.Read more
24.02.2020, Company: Plzeňský Prazdroj, a.s.
Petr Kofroň, the previous manager of the Velké Pavlovice brewery, has changed its location within Plzeňský Prazdroj. Since the beginning of February he took over as head of the brewery in Pilsen.Read more
21.02.2020, Company: Eversheds Sutherland
Eversheds Sutherland advised Přerov-based group PSP Engineering on its sale of PSP Technické služby, a.s. to investment group Unicapital Energy.Read more
14.02.2020, Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
New report examines how technology advances can drive large scale, sustainable change across industries and deliver the Sustainable Development GoalsRead more
14.02.2020, Company: Letiště Praha, a. s.
Prague Airport continues to implement projects designed to facilitate the airport’s modernization and capacity increases, such as the reconstruction of the baggage sorting area in Terminal 1, which will partially affect the passenger check-in process this year. From Sunday, 1 March 2020 until the end of August 2020, passengers on flights of 22 selected carriers will be checked in at Terminal 2 instead of Terminal 1. For a period of time, the check-in process will not follow the division of the terminals to flights within and outside the Schengen Area. However, flights will still be boarded and handled at Terminal 1, just as now. Prague Airport has launched an extensive information campaign which will continue to run throughout the summer season to ease passenger orientation around the airport during the temporary change.Read more
AmCham's series of workforce reports are constructed to help businesses plan investment. The reports are structured to track local trends and compare them to other countries in the EU. This helps companies understand the comparative value delivered by the Czech Republic's top asset: its workforce.
COMMENTARY FROM ARTHUR BRAUN | The Court of Justice of the European Union recently published a decision in proceedings on a preliminary issue, stating that EU member states must require employers to record all employee working hours (C-55/18). This case involved a suit filed by a Spanish union organization in the banking industry, not exactly the traditional players in unions fighting against exploitation of the working classes. This decision did not receive wide publicity in the Czech Republic, but in Germany and elsewhere in Europe it did.
Michal Chour has been involved in AmCham's tourism advocacy for over a decade. He recognizes that this industry, like so many others, now needs to transition from a volume business to a value-added one. His goal as AmCham president is to help align interests so the sum for the country is greater than all the parts.
People in Europe, the USA and Australia could be sleepwalking into long-term saving and spending problems. , the eighth in an annual series, confirms that 61% of people living in 13 European countries worry about having enough money in retirement. Responses are similar in the USA and Australia.
Success in the hotel business is governed by the RevPar rate: the amount of revenue the hotel generates per available room per month. To succeed, you need to fill as many of your rooms as possible at the maximum possible rate. The challenge is this: if you fill all of your rooms all of the time, the rooms begin to show signs of wear. And if you want to raise rates as much as possible, you have to have quality rooms with the latest technology and equipment. To keep the rooms fresh and modern, you have to refurbish them regularly. How do you maintain revenue and occupancy while still keeping your rooms and conference facilities above market standard?
Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family, to share memories, and express gratitude to those who have helped us along the way.