• VŠFS - Prague university

    presentation of VSFS - first private economic university in Prague, Czech republic, prague education, prague VSFS, prague VŠFS

    published: 22 Jun 2011
  • Prague Ecofin: EU Finance Ministers & bankers, meet

    On April 3rd and 4th an informal meeting of the EU Ministers of Economy and Finance, and the Governors of the European central banks will take place in Prague. The meeting will be chaired by Czech Minister of Finance Miroslav Kalousek and also attended by Commissioners Joaquín Almunia and Charlie McCreevy, President of the European Central Bank Jean-Claude Trichet and President of the European Investment Bank Phillipe Maystadt. Minister Kalousek also invited a number of other prominent guests, e.g. Jacques de Larosière, who is in charge of the High-Level Group on Financial Supervision and the former Italian Minister of Finance and present President of the think-tank Notre Europe, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa. The Ministers of Finance will first negotiate issues concerning the implementatio...

    published: 03 Apr 2009
  • Un homme finance son mariage à Prague...

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • CIBER International Summer Programs - Business Honors Finance in Prague

    published: 20 Jul 2011
  • Study Finance & Accounting at Prague College

    Prague College School of Business offers a wide range of British-accredited degrees including BA (Hons) Business Finance and Accounting Confidence-building through projects and real-life business contexts. A highly practical approach to teaching brings you into direct contact with many companies and business leaders. Outstanding lecturers and professional guest lecturers bring their experience and influence directly into the classroom. A solid theoretical and highly practical approach to teaching provides the best of both academic know-how and real-life experience. Applicants with previous university education in business, finance or accounting may apply for entry directly into the second or third year. Find out more about studying this programme: https://www.praguecollege.cz/study...

    published: 03 Jul 2017
  • Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

    Prague property prices in 2016 continued to soar: http://www.czechpoint101.com/prague-property-prices-2016-q3-continue-soar/. In this video Pavel Pařízek, director of CZECH POINT 101, discusses what has happened in 2016 with regards to Czech real estate and what he expects to happen in 2017. What effect will the Czech National Bank's tightening of mortgage requirements have? Why are the number of new projects being approved affect forecasts for 2017? Pavel discusses these and other matters affecting the property market. Here is a transcript of the entire interview: Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview So, what do you expect in 2017, what will the market look like? Well, we had really beautiful year in 2016 with regards to value of the prope...

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Interviewing with McKinsey: Case study interview

    Learn what to expect during the case study interview. Hear what some recent hires did - and did not - do to prepare.

    published: 25 Jul 2014
  • The Progressive Income Tax: A Tale of Three Brothers

    "The Progressive Income Tax" is one of those economic terms that gets bandied about, but few actually know what it means or how it works. This tale of three similar brothers with three different incomes (but one shared expense) helps explain the tax system under which we live. Adapted from an article by noted investor and economist, Kip Hagopian, and narrated by actress Carolyn Hennesy of "General Hospital" and "True Blood" fame, this animated story will change the way you think about how you pay your taxes.  You can support PragerU by clicking https://www.classy.org/checkout/donation?eid=60079 Free videos are great, but to continue producing high-quality content, contributions -- even small ones -- are greater. Do you shop on Amazon? Now you can feel even better about it! Click http://s...

    published: 03 Nov 2014
  • CZECH REPUBLIC: IMF/WORLD BANK SUMMIT & PROTESTS WRAP

    Natural Sound About 5-thousand anti-globalisation activists have marched on the International Monetary Fund (I-M-F) and World Bank summit in Prague, throwing fire bombs and rocks at riot police who responded with tear gas, water cannons and concussion grenades. Chanting "Stop the economic terror now," the activists erected barricades in the streets and set them ablaze, filling the skies with black smoke as they clamoured to abolish the two giant lending institutions they call a menace to humanity. Police say 30 people were injured, including 20 police officers and 10 protesters, while an undetermined number of people have been arrested. One big fight began down the hill from the communist-era convention centre where the finance leaders were meeting on Tuesday. Police in rio...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Czech Republic: Thousands march against President Zeman and FinMin Babis in Prague

    Around 7,000 people took to the streets of Prague in protest against the Czech president Milos Zeman and the end of the influence of the current finance Minister Andrej Babis, demanding democracy and freedom. The protesters marched from Wenceslas Square to Prague castle, the office of president, holding banners reading "He is not my president" and chanting "Zeman, leave." They demanded the president's dismissal of billionaire Babis, who has been accused of tax avoidance, and for the resignation of Zeman. Babis has promised to step down from his position and has already nominated his replacement as finance minister, the former Microsoft executive Ivan Pilny, a fellow member of the ANO party. Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka accepted Pilny’s nomination on Wednesday, however, President...

    published: 18 May 2017
  • TOGETHER Prague | New Job Opportunities for Young People in Digital Economy?

    Prague Digital Declaration Together for young people, social solidarity and equality in the digital age We are building a European Digital Union for growth, a better future, new quality jobs and new forms of solidarity. A sustainable digital economy should: • Support and inspire people to develop digital businesses, e-services and e-commerce that provide ‘digital solutions’ for people and society in Europe and globally. • Create quality jobs for all, with a special emphasis on young people and women, and invest in quality jobs in digital public services. • Invest and develop platforms in digital skills and literacy, creativity, innovation and a good working environment. • Support young entrepreneurs to help them deal with risk, get access to funding and scale-up European SMEs. • Develop ...

    published: 08 Mar 2017
  • Prague

    published: 06 Oct 2015
  • Prague eurotope.net personal - large

    Prague

    published: 31 Aug 2006
  • Vivre a Prague, s'expatrier a Prague, s'implanter a Prague, investir a Prague - République tchèque

    Programme de l'emission en cours : PRAGUE - Emission animée par Sandrine CHAUVET - Journaliste Francemonde21.tv Invités plateau : Jean-Pierre ASVAZADOURIAN - Ambassadeur de France en République Tchèque Adrien BRICOUT - Associé - La Cave d'Adrien Jerome DUMETZ - Consultant - BERLITZ et professeur d’Université, spécialiste de management intercuturel Arnaud BRICOUT - Pt - Impulse Corporate Finance et Care s.r.o Thomas BOUTON - Créateur et Dirigeant - Kazak communication et ''very Good Saucissons'' Interventions vidéos : Sophie Pendaries - Française installée à Prague Diana Bangoura - Directrice - Alliance Française de Pardubice Hugo Ben Simhon - Assistant presse, communication - Ambassade de France Dorothée Leydier - Française installée à Prague Jaroslav Hubata-Vacek - Directeur - CCI Franco...

    published: 15 Feb 2016
  • 27th Annual Congress of European Accounting Association in Prague

    27th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association was held on April 1-3, 2004 in Prague, Czech Republic and oranized by the Faculty of Finance and Accounting of University of Economics Prague.

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • SAP Forum Prague 2016

    On 1st June 2016 SAP Forum Prague 2016 took place. The conference shows how finance, media and manufacturing are going to change in the future. It guides you through the digital transformation of today’s world at a strategic level with a focus on specific areas of business and it is also an ideal opportunity for networking and informal sharing of experience. You could have experienced presentation from experts in their areas such as Pavel Kysilka, Former Governor of the Czech National Bank and Managing Director of Česká spořitelna, Petr Šimůnek Chief Editor of Forbes Magazine, Petr Dvořák, Managing Director of Česká televize or Jan Drbohlav, Senior Manager for Process and System Integration in ŠKODA Auto and Chris Shaw, Director for Sales & Marketing IT for EMEA & ASIA in Intel. And at the...

    published: 30 Jun 2016
VŠFS - Prague university

VŠFS - Prague university

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presentation of VSFS - first private economic university in Prague, Czech republic, prague education, prague VSFS, prague VŠFS
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Prague Ecofin: EU Finance Ministers & bankers, meet

Prague Ecofin: EU Finance Ministers & bankers, meet

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On April 3rd and 4th an informal meeting of the EU Ministers of Economy and Finance, and the Governors of the European central banks will take place in Prague. The meeting will be chaired by Czech Minister of Finance Miroslav Kalousek and also attended by Commissioners Joaquín Almunia and Charlie McCreevy, President of the European Central Bank Jean-Claude Trichet and President of the European Investment Bank Phillipe Maystadt. Minister Kalousek also invited a number of other prominent guests, e.g. Jacques de Larosière, who is in charge of the High-Level Group on Financial Supervision and the former Italian Minister of Finance and present President of the think-tank Notre Europe, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa. The Ministers of Finance will first negotiate issues concerning the implementation of the Stability and Growth Pact, notably proposals for the decision on the existence of an excessive budget deficit in certain Member States and recommendations for its correction. The Ministers will then, together with the Governors, assess the current development on the financial markets as well as the overall economic situation and discuss the results of the G20 summit, taking place the day before the Prague meeting. Another topic on the agenda is current issues concerning the International Monetary Fund. The debate will be the first stage of preparing the EU contribution for the Spring Meeting of the IMF and the World Bank on 25-26 April in Washington.
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Un homme finance son mariage à Prague...

Un homme finance son mariage à Prague...

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CIBER International Summer Programs - Business Honors Finance in Prague

CIBER International Summer Programs - Business Honors Finance in Prague

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Study Finance & Accounting at Prague College

Study Finance & Accounting at Prague College

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2017
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Prague College School of Business offers a wide range of British-accredited degrees including BA (Hons) Business Finance and Accounting Confidence-building through projects and real-life business contexts. A highly practical approach to teaching brings you into direct contact with many companies and business leaders. Outstanding lecturers and professional guest lecturers bring their experience and influence directly into the classroom. A solid theoretical and highly practical approach to teaching provides the best of both academic know-how and real-life experience. Applicants with previous university education in business, finance or accounting may apply for entry directly into the second or third year. Find out more about studying this programme: https://www.praguecollege.cz/study-here/programmes/ba-hons-business-finance-accounting
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Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

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Prague property prices in 2016 continued to soar: http://www.czechpoint101.com/prague-property-prices-2016-q3-continue-soar/. In this video Pavel Pařízek, director of CZECH POINT 101, discusses what has happened in 2016 with regards to Czech real estate and what he expects to happen in 2017. What effect will the Czech National Bank's tightening of mortgage requirements have? Why are the number of new projects being approved affect forecasts for 2017? Pavel discusses these and other matters affecting the property market. Here is a transcript of the entire interview: Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview So, what do you expect in 2017, what will the market look like? Well, we had really beautiful year in 2016 with regards to value of the properties. We have seen the properties increasing about 8-13% and we also think that it would be coming up next year as well little bit, but it would be influenced by many factors. So, what are the factors? Mainly I think it would be the mortgage situation in Czech Republic. What does it mean? Basically, up to know or month ago, you could take even 100% LTV mortgage. But since 1 November it is only possible to take 95% LTV mortgage and since April 2017 you would be eligible only for max of 90% LTV mortgage. That is the restriction from the Czech National Bank, so the market is not overheated. Ok, and I have heard that there is some change in transferred TAX. Yes, the transferred tax used to be paid primarily by the seller but again since this year the buyer needs to pay the transferred tax which is additional 4% that needs to be covered from his own sources. And will it be possible to finance it through bank? Some banks do offer it that you can take this 4% but still it could be up to 90% LTV mortgage. Which would mean that you would be only eligible for 86% LTV mortgage and then additional 4% it would be covered by the bank. And this would leave you with having 14% from your own sources that you would need to invest anyway. And do you know about any other factors that you expect that will influence the market in 2017? The big unknown is the Czech National Bank because we know that the Czech National Bank is buying Euros so the currency exchange rate Czech crown into Euro is above 27 Crowns but they announced that they should waive the restrictions in the half of 2017. If they do so, it may also influence the demand and the supply in the Czech Republic and how many foreigners would go and invest into properties which then may also influence the increasing or decreasing value of the properties. Ok, we will see. And what about the properties that are still available on the market. Is there sufficient supply or not? Well, there is currently very strong demand for properties and the Czech developers they are not managing to build the new development projects so fast so it is happening that the people are buying even older flats and the sellers that have really hard time two years ago to sell their properties for a decent price, right now are selling it for increase about 8-10%. So, this is one factor that would push the price a bit higher that we do not have so many available flats for sale. Ok, so when you sum it up. It means that market will be steady or will rise or drop down...? Well, we expect market definitely to go up. If I would be holding at a bottom then I would see at least about 4% but as we see it may go even around 6-7% next year. Thank you for your thought.
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Interviewing with McKinsey: Case study interview

Interviewing with McKinsey: Case study interview

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Learn what to expect during the case study interview. Hear what some recent hires did - and did not - do to prepare.
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The Progressive Income Tax: A Tale of Three Brothers

The Progressive Income Tax: A Tale of Three Brothers

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2014
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"The Progressive Income Tax" is one of those economic terms that gets bandied about, but few actually know what it means or how it works. This tale of three similar brothers with three different incomes (but one shared expense) helps explain the tax system under which we live. Adapted from an article by noted investor and economist, Kip Hagopian, and narrated by actress Carolyn Hennesy of "General Hospital" and "True Blood" fame, this animated story will change the way you think about how you pay your taxes.  You can support PragerU by clicking https://www.classy.org/checkout/donation?eid=60079 Free videos are great, but to continue producing high-quality content, contributions -- even small ones -- are greater. Do you shop on Amazon? Now you can feel even better about it! Click http://smile.amazon.com/ch/27-1763901 and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Charity made simple. Visit us directly! https://www.prageru.com LIKE us! https://www.facebook.com/prageru Follow us! Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ If you are an educator and are interested in using material like this in your classroom, click https://www.prageru.com/educators
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CZECH REPUBLIC: IMF/WORLD BANK SUMMIT & PROTESTS WRAP

CZECH REPUBLIC: IMF/WORLD BANK SUMMIT & PROTESTS WRAP

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Natural Sound About 5-thousand anti-globalisation activists have marched on the International Monetary Fund (I-M-F) and World Bank summit in Prague, throwing fire bombs and rocks at riot police who responded with tear gas, water cannons and concussion grenades. Chanting "Stop the economic terror now," the activists erected barricades in the streets and set them ablaze, filling the skies with black smoke as they clamoured to abolish the two giant lending institutions they call a menace to humanity. Police say 30 people were injured, including 20 police officers and 10 protesters, while an undetermined number of people have been arrested. One big fight began down the hill from the communist-era convention centre where the finance leaders were meeting on Tuesday. Police in riot gear ordered the protesters to stop their unauthorised demonstration, but some pushed forward, throwing rocks they had made by breaking up a sidewalk. Police fought back. The activists, most of them Europeans, also staged a standoff at a bridge leading to the centre. Deviating from the strategy protesters employed in Seattle in December and Washington in April, the activists did not try to stop delegates from getting into the meetings. Instead, they had vowed to block delegates from leaving the conference centre. In a throwback to U-S anti-war demonstrations of the 1960s, some activists waved banners saying "make love not trade" as they paraded outside the annual meetings of the World Bank and I-M-F. McDonalds is always a favourite target of the anti-globalisation protesters and 15 of them broke into an outlet that had been closed ahead of the rally, damaging the door and furniture inside. South Africa's finance minister, Trevor Manuel, who is chairman of the summit, said it was "a pity that it has descended into violence" but added it was unclear what the activists were seeking as they fight economic globalisation. The Czech authorities had mobilized 11-thousand police to maintain control. Police said some 5-thousand people had turned out for the protest, which if correct meant that the police had more than a two-to-one numerical advantage over the activists. As the protesters got near the summit site, police put up signs in English and German saying the demonstration was not authorized so they should leave. It didn't work, and the street battle raged for hours. In the days leading up to the confrontation, Czech authorities at the border stopped almost 300 people with arrest records from previous anti-globalisation rallies. Among the goals of the protesters was the formation of a human chain around the convention centre, trapping delegates inside. They also threatened to block roads and shut down the city's underground train system. Authorities closed the subway station nearest the convention centre early on Tuesday as a security precaution. Many local shops have closed - with boards placed over their windows - as owners worried their property could be trashed by rampaging mobs. As the bank summit opened, World Bank President James Wolfensohn told delegates the protesters' message should be heard, although he didn't directly mention their tactics. Wolfensohn said he shared "their passion and their questioning." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b29928019bd7a0fff6e4298eac1d925e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Czech Republic: Thousands march against President Zeman and FinMin Babis in Prague

Czech Republic: Thousands march against President Zeman and FinMin Babis in Prague

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Around 7,000 people took to the streets of Prague in protest against the Czech president Milos Zeman and the end of the influence of the current finance Minister Andrej Babis, demanding democracy and freedom. The protesters marched from Wenceslas Square to Prague castle, the office of president, holding banners reading "He is not my president" and chanting "Zeman, leave." They demanded the president's dismissal of billionaire Babis, who has been accused of tax avoidance, and for the resignation of Zeman. Babis has promised to step down from his position and has already nominated his replacement as finance minister, the former Microsoft executive Ivan Pilny, a fellow member of the ANO party. Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka accepted Pilny’s nomination on Wednesday, however, President Zeman is yet to accept the dismissal of Babis. SOT, Mikulas Kroupa, director of NGO Post Bellum (Czech): "History teaches us what freedom is and how freedom engages with us. Because our grandfathers and grandmothers were dying for freedom and human rights and our parents know very well what dictator regime is." SOT, Matyas Borovsky, student (Czech): "These two gentlemen [Zeman and Babis] whose words cause nausea to big part of society, and for who the constitution is just a piece of paper, are very average politicians. They just are able to get into good positions, destroy, discredit, attack or not give fair opportunities to people around." SOT, Elva Frouz, priest (Czech): "We are here to show that we are not interested in stability coming from fear, manipulation and lies." Video ID: 20170518-003 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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TOGETHER Prague | New Job Opportunities for Young People in Digital Economy?

TOGETHER Prague | New Job Opportunities for Young People in Digital Economy?

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Prague Digital Declaration Together for young people, social solidarity and equality in the digital age We are building a European Digital Union for growth, a better future, new quality jobs and new forms of solidarity. A sustainable digital economy should: • Support and inspire people to develop digital businesses, e-services and e-commerce that provide ‘digital solutions’ for people and society in Europe and globally. • Create quality jobs for all, with a special emphasis on young people and women, and invest in quality jobs in digital public services. • Invest and develop platforms in digital skills and literacy, creativity, innovation and a good working environment. • Support young entrepreneurs to help them deal with risk, get access to funding and scale-up European SMEs. • Develop digital infrastructure and promote universal access to an open, borderless internet. • Ensure fair rules on remuneration for all in the digital economy: young people, journalists, creators and innovators, so that they can enjoy a fair living income. • Develop new inclusive technologies for a data-driven economy, while promoting privacy by design to ensure that open data flows and big-data applications will respect personal privacy. • Open up access to data including access to research and scientific outcomes. The ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ will create digital winners and digital losers. In the European digital labour market, we should: • Reduce the impact of the digital economy on social-protection systems and prevent inequalities. • Develop and organise new ways to guarantee workers’ rights and workers’ representation, decent working conditions, fair competition and social protection for all. • Ensure universal access to training and retraining in digital skills, in order to create the conditions for effective and equal participation in the digital single market for all citizens – young and old, rural and urban, well-off and poor. Support school curricula and teacher training in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), digital skills and coding. • Clarify the employment status of platform workers and guarantee that this does not create new forms of social dumping. Organise the portability of workers’ rights as they move around in the European digital labour market. • Create platforms for collective bargaining in the digital sector and extend collective agreements to individuals engaged in new forms of work. • Allow citizens to have the choice to ‘switch off’ – support those who do not wish to embrace the digital revolution. • Create fair competition, prevent tax dumping and distribute wealth by reviewing EU tax policy so that international companies contribute their fair share of national taxes and charges in countries where they operate and finance Europe’s economic and social model. To fight for digital equality for all and guarantee the protection of consumers’ rights on the digital market, we should: • Provide affordable and accessible connectivity for all at a local and regional level and across the whole of the EU, and fund it with a EU digital cohesion policy. • Promote digital citizenship including e-democracy and digital civic education at local, national and European level. • Incentivise all citizens, including those people living with disabilities, unemployed and migrant populations, to take advantage of the digital society. • More online e-government services should be made available to all. • Ensure that all users (irrespective of age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, country or economic status) are protected equally online, including protection against online harassment. • Ensure that social media providers and users respect fundamental values including the rule of law. • Guarantee the portability of legally acquired content when downloading abroad and roam-like-at-home when travelling. • Support the development of technologies (3D printing, robotics and artificial intelligence) that can benefit people. • Ensure that digital technology helps all citizens communicate and connect – so that all citizens are heard and listened to. Digital policies must bring Europe TOGETHER! ----- Find out more about our initiative @ http://www.socialistsanddemocrats.eu/europe-together
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Prague

Prague

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Prague eurotope.net personal - large

Prague eurotope.net personal - large

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Vivre a Prague, s'expatrier a Prague, s'implanter a Prague, investir a Prague - République tchèque

Vivre a Prague, s'expatrier a Prague, s'implanter a Prague, investir a Prague - République tchèque

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Programme de l'emission en cours : PRAGUE - Emission animée par Sandrine CHAUVET - Journaliste Francemonde21.tv Invités plateau : Jean-Pierre ASVAZADOURIAN - Ambassadeur de France en République Tchèque Adrien BRICOUT - Associé - La Cave d'Adrien Jerome DUMETZ - Consultant - BERLITZ et professeur d’Université, spécialiste de management intercuturel Arnaud BRICOUT - Pt - Impulse Corporate Finance et Care s.r.o Thomas BOUTON - Créateur et Dirigeant - Kazak communication et ''very Good Saucissons'' Interventions vidéos : Sophie Pendaries - Française installée à Prague Diana Bangoura - Directrice - Alliance Française de Pardubice Hugo Ben Simhon - Assistant presse, communication - Ambassade de France Dorothée Leydier - Française installée à Prague Jaroslav Hubata-Vacek - Directeur - CCI Franco-Tchèque 1ère Partie Quid Présence française sur place : Combien sont-ils ? À Prague précisément et en Rep Tchèque Quel est leur profil ? Quelle évolution notable ? 2ème Partie Prague au quotidien, atouts et qualité de vie : beauté architecturale 3ème Partie Le rythme de la vie en Rep.Tchèque 4ème Partie Détails sur le cout de la vie Les salaires 5ème Partie Quid du marché du travail ? du plein emploi et ses revers... Quid du droit du travail Les charges sociales 6ème Partie L'intégration et la mentalité tchèque 7ème Partie Les différences culturelles 8ème Partie Quid du code des affaires Les attentes de la clientèle tchèque Potentiel du marché Tchèque 9ème Partie Les secteurs du Tourisme, du Vin et de la Gastronomie Création d'une structure sur place : délai, cout, mise en oeuvre La Fiscalité Trouver un local Site Officiel : http://www.mondissimo.com/24h_chrono2016/indexvod.asp?Theme=Prague
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27th Annual Congress of European Accounting Association in Prague

27th Annual Congress of European Accounting Association in Prague

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27th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association was held on April 1-3, 2004 in Prague, Czech Republic and oranized by the Faculty of Finance and Accounting of University of Economics Prague.
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SAP Forum Prague 2016

SAP Forum Prague 2016

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On 1st June 2016 SAP Forum Prague 2016 took place. The conference shows how finance, media and manufacturing are going to change in the future. It guides you through the digital transformation of today’s world at a strategic level with a focus on specific areas of business and it is also an ideal opportunity for networking and informal sharing of experience. You could have experienced presentation from experts in their areas such as Pavel Kysilka, Former Governor of the Czech National Bank and Managing Director of Česká spořitelna, Petr Šimůnek Chief Editor of Forbes Magazine, Petr Dvořák, Managing Director of Česká televize or Jan Drbohlav, Senior Manager for Process and System Integration in ŠKODA Auto and Chris Shaw, Director for Sales & Marketing IT for EMEA & ASIA in Intel. And at the end there was a concert of the legendary Czech rock band, Olympic.
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