Last Thursday, AmCham Czechia, along with Brno University of Technology and CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology, debated with Deputy Prime Minister for Digitization and Minister for Regional Development Ivan Bartoš how we can use this country's growing scientific and technological capability to address the single largest threat to our economies - climate change - and transform the economy at the same time.
The AmCham Board discussed 2024 priorities with US Ambassador Bijan Sabet and his political, economic and commercial team on January 22nd. Both sides agreed to address climate change and digitization, particularly cybersecurity, in the coming year.
“Brno has all the ingredients an economy needs to be innovative.” AmCham Vice-President Ondřej Krajíček of Y Soft posited to sum up our recent discussion with the author of The Country for the Future vision, Karel Havlíček, Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Parliament of the Czech Republic. “What we need now is the confidence to bet on our abilities and a higher commitment to cooperate with each other to achieve our goals.”
This week, we welcomed the chance to discuss the transatlantic relationship with US Ambassador Bijan Sabet and his team.
Last week, AmCham held a session in Brno on how research and development projects can be financed and what is the best practice.
Thank you to Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic doc. Ing. Karel Havlíček, Ph.D., MBA for discussing the innovation potential of Brno and Czechia as a whole.