3.06.2020, Company: Dentons Europe CS LLP, organizační složka
Dentons has advised international energy group Sev.en Energy on its strategic acquisition of US-based metallurgical coal producer Blackhawk Mining, LLC. C. The transaction comes on the heels of Sev.en Energy’s acquisition of a 17% ownership interest in Corsa Coal in May 2020, further reinforcing its access to the metallurgical coal mining industry in the US market.Read more
3.06.2020, Company: ACCENTURE CENTRAL EUROPE B.V., organizační složka
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to alter consumer behaviors permanently and cause lasting structural changes to the consumer goods and retail industries, according to findings of an Accenture (NYSE: ACN) survey of more than 3,000 consumers in 15 countries across five continents.
2.06.2020, Company: Letiště Praha, a. s.
Based on the decision of the German Federal Police, in order to ensure the best protection of passengers and staff during security checks at airports, it is possible to carry ONLY ONE PIECE OF CABIN BAGGAGE UPON DEPARTURES FROM GERMANY, i.e. either a cabin bag or a small personal bag. Please make sure you do not have these prohibited items either on your person or in your carry-on baggage.Read more
2.06.2020, Company: CBRE s.r.o.
The CBRE Art of Space Awards, continuing in the tradition of the five successful years of the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year awards, has announced the winners. The ten-member panel of judges headed by the renowned architect Eva Jiřičná chose them from almost 250 applications in the 6 main categories across the entire spectrum of commercial properties. The evaluation criteria were current trends reflected in practical utilisation, design, new technologies and environmental-friendliness. The awards went to projects from various fields across the entire Czech Republic. CBRE is already planning the next year of the awards, and it will be interesting to see how the current coronavirus pandemic will affect the trends that commercial real estate will see, not only from the perspective of the architects, owners and tenants in an economic context, but also of the regular users with regard to their health and safety. The awards were organised by the Czech branch of CBRE, the world leader in the area of commercial real estate services.Read more
2.06.2020, Company: T-Mobile Czech Republic a.s.
As of July 1, 2020, Petr Jonák (39) becomes a part of the Magenta team, having been appointed to the newly established position of Corporate and External Affairs Officer. At his position, he will report directly to Juraj Bóna, the Chief Country Officer Czech Republic working closely with the top management of the Company and other strategic bodies and departments.Read more
International law firm Taylor Wessing has advised The Rohatyn Group on its investment in Optimapharm d.d. ("Optimapharm"), a contract research organisation headquartered in Croatia, with 14 offices across Europe, including a heavy presence in CEE. The investment establishes a partnership with the company’s founders Gordana Gregurić Čičak and Igor Čičak.
The AmCham Board of Directors assessed the duration and depth of the pandemic on May 6. Each board member discussed the current situation in their industry, and predicted both short and long-term impact of the virus on their sector and the Czech economy.
The board will update their assessment regularly. They are now planning web discussions focused on sectors and key economic factors. Reports on this discussions will also be distributed among members.
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Our view is that the strict containment measures adopted by the Czech Republic are necessary not only to contain the spread of disease in order to prevent a breakdown in the healthcare system and consequent greater loss of life, but also to avoid the longterm economic damage a significant outbreak could cause. Therefore, we propose the government pursue immediate economic measures that will mitigate the damage of virus and its containment and then prepare regulatory changes that can make recovery swifter and more sustainable.
1) Pass some form of the Ministry of Social Affairs proposal by March 20.
2) Consider introducing renewable time limits and a salary cap for government contributions.
3) Consider moving from a kurzarbeit-style program to direct company payments if the containment period lasts more than a month.