Brno's success as a hub for information technology has created a new set of policy changes for business, university, and political leaders: how to manage the flow of talent through the region's schools to meet the demand for more quantity and more specially qualified graduates.
On April 10, Amcham held a discussion on Prague Residential Crisis, with Petr Hána, Senior Manager, Real Estate and Construction, Deloitte, Jaromír Hainc, Director of City Detail Section, Prague Institute of Planning and Development, Petr Michálek, General Manager, Skanska Reality, Ian Bryan, Managing Director, Ian Bryan Architects, and Lenka Nová, Senior Associate, Squire Patton Boggs.
AmCham members received the 2019 Czech Workforce Report to help them with their business planning. The report contains info on population trends, internal migration, employment, wages, and education.
AmCham hosted another roundtable with Prague City Hall representatives on transportation and affordable housing in Prague. Today we met with the ´mayor´s men´, representatives of Pirate party Viktor Mahrik and Vít Šimral.
Brno is the city of Mendel, whose studies of peas led to modern genetics, and Godel, whose math underlies the computer industry. Avast and Y Soft Corporation started their global growth from there.
AmCham Health Care council met with another member of parliamentary health care committee (ČSSD) Jiří Běhounek this week to continue discussion on the state of Czech health care system and improvement of the quality of disease registries through quality system of digitalization, and an emphasis on the quality criteria in procurement.