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25 Aug
Summer Committee Mixer - Quiz Prague Walk, August 25, 2016

Start point: AmCham offices, Dušní 10, Prague 1, 09:00

30 Aug
14 Sep
Real Estate Committee, September 14, 2016

AmCham offices, Dušní 10, Prague 1, 09:30

14 Sep
CSR Committee, September 14, 2016

AmCham offices, Dušní 10, Prague 1, 14:30

15 Sep
Business & Finance committee, September 15, 2016

AmCham offices, Dušní 10, Prague 1, 09:00

20 Sep
IT Committee, September 20, 2016

AmCham offices, Dušní 10, Prague 1, 10:30


July 15, 2016

Reserve your Corporate table at 2016 Thanksgiving Ball

2016 Thanksgiving Ball will be held on November 26th, 2016 at Zofín Palace in Prague.

  • Gala Dinner (4 main courses), Dance, Wine & Cocktails, Refreshement during the whole Evening, Dan Bárta & Illustratosphere, DJ Schafff at Rytírsky sal, Silent Auction at Small Hall (Items donated by AmCham members) – linked with AmCham philantrophic program One World Many Voices – SA Donors2015
  • Networking/Social Event for more than 500 guests with spouses, see more details about Thanksgiving Ball 2015. & Photogallery

Please don´t miss this opportunity to invite your business partners and clients to your corporate table (10 seats). 25 Corporates tables are already reserved. To get more information about Ball and promotional benefits for buyers of Corporate tables, please, contact Petra Basovníková at, +420 733 389 373.

June 28, 2016

Speaker Series: Luncheon with Pavel Bělobrádek - Deputy Prime Minister for the Science, Research and Innovation on June 21

Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Belobrádek was invited to speak about his longterm plans for Science, Research and Innovation and KDU-CSL operation in the government. On June 21 he met with about 30 Amcham members at Hotel Paris. Next meetings with the speaker series are planned from October 2016.

June 27, 2016

Celebrate democracy this 4th of July by taking the necessary steps to vote in the 2016 U.S. elections!

In order to vote in the November 2016 elections, all overseas U.S. citizens need to have completed a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) in 2016.  Whether you are a first-time voter or have already received ballots and voted absentee in past elections, you must complete an FPCA each year to participate in elections as an overseas absentee voter.

You can always get voting assistance from the embassy/consulate via email or by appointment in person. If you have never voted while overseas before, the process is easy ­-- just follow these steps: CLICK HERE


June 29, 2016

Conference Sources of Czech Competitiveness on June 28 at the Senate

On June 28 representatives of AmCham members Michal Nebeský of Citibank, Michal Klimeš of Silicon Graphics, Ondrej Krajícek of Y Soft, Tomáš Kolár of Linet and Radim Passer of PasserInvest Group gave presentations about specific areas of competitiveness in the Czech Republic. Summary in the media you may find here. Presentations may be find below:

Michal Nebeský

Michal Klimeš

Ondrej Krajícek

Tomáš Kolár

Radim Passer

June 10, 2016

How can implementation of MEAT quality criteria increase the efficiency of hospitals on June 7 - workshop materials

On June 7, about 50 representatives of hospitals and medical devices companies met to attend the presentations and workshop about implementation of MEAT quality criterias according to Public Procurement Law in force from October 1, 2016 by Gunnar Goblirsch - Stockholm County Council, Sweden, Yves Verboven - MedTech Europe, Joana Candeias - Ministry of Health Care, Portugal and Vlastimil Fiedler - Ministry of Regional Development, Czech Republic. The presentations are available below: Gunnar Goblirsch

Monetary model of Gunnar Goblirsch

Linear model of Gunnar Goblirsch

Non-linear model of Gunnar Goblirsch

Yves Verboven

Joana Candeias

Vlastimil Fiedler

Example for the workshop with MEAT criterias

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June 06, 2016

AmCham Policy Report: Issue 6 - June 6:The Future of Prague: Making Stuff Here, Selling It There

Cities attract people of different talents and skills. Its streets and buildings form competitive cauldrons where these differences are refined into specialization. Specializations combine into industries that produce a sum greater than the individual parts. Those sums are then sold elsewhere to create wealth. Cities, then, are the deep sea vent of economies: the place where elements collide to create new forms of life. That makes them vital for any national strategy of growth. In fact, such a strategy should piece together how the cities within a country’s borders can complement each other as they compete. Prague, today, has a challenge. Read a full version of the report in Czech and English here.

May 20, 2016

Minutes from Labor Code&Social Affairs Committee on May 18

AmCham Labor Code&Social Affairs Committee met on May 18 to discuss current news in legislation, past&upcoming plans and activities. The minutes of the meeting you can find attached (available under username and password). For the next meeting of LCSAC or the associated events please check our activities schedule.

May 17, 2016

AmCham Policy Report: Issue 5 - May 17: US Presidential Elections: Trumped and grumpy

It became clear early that the 2016 Presidential election was to be a contest pitting Donald Trump against the Republican Party and the Democratic establishment led by Hillary Clinton against another outsider promising to renew the ideals of progressive government. Trump has won. In ways hard to imagine just a few months ago, the celebrity mogul has shredded the longtime belief that money, loyalty and a litmus test of conservative values determined who the Republicans would choose as their candidate. Trump eschewed the party’s vast fundraising network, spent less than his opponents, refused to pledge himself to the party if he lost (or won), and (aside from his position on immigration) took positions that were on the weak edge of the party’s ideology. Read the English version here.

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June 30, 2016

Minutes from Marketing & Communications Committee held on June 30, 2016

Members of the MarComm Committee met for the last time before the summer break to discuss and plan upcoming activities.
For autumn following series of discussions are planned:

  • Web as a business tool
  • Agencies vs. Customer

Upcoming activities:

Download full length minutes HERE.

June 24, 2016

Minutes from HR Committee meeting held on June 24, 2016

Members of HR Committee met for the last time before the summer break to discuss and plan autumn activities. The part of the committee was dedicated to a talk on The Future of Talk delivered by Jiří Fabián of PurposeFly.


  • next HR Committee meeting will be held on 30 September and will include a facilitated discussion on Remote Work
  • other topics for later talks will be Performance evaluation (tbc yet), Industrial Revolution 4.0
  • in November (ideally 2nd or 3rd November) a discussion on Aspects of Company Culture will be held, further details to be confirmed
  • a talk on The Future of Work - download the presentation here

Full length minutes can be downloaded HERE.

June 09, 2016

AGENDA for the next IT committee meeting - June 21

Read full length of AGENDA for the meeting June 21, 9.00am at AmCham. Join us for the Educational brief on:

Cyber Security delivered by Martin Pulpan of net.pointers – part 1&2

  1. Attacks from the Internet, Malicious Software
  2. Deception and Fraud, Advance Persistent Threats

Part #3 - Password complexity, Social engineering, Part #4 - IoT, IT Outsourcing - to be planned for September. Register online for the meeting or by email at

June 08, 2016

Cooperation of Universities & Corporations. Can CSR help to Labor market? - June 8

Spolupráce firem a vysokých škol. Muze CSR spasit pracovní trh?

Representatives of Universities – VSE, UK, University Palackého,  students & representatives of member companies and other CSR experts discussed 3rd role of Universities - questions such as:

  • Cooperation of Corporations/Businesses with Universities – best practices from Universities & Corporations
  • How companies can help – different approaches?
  • How to teach CSR at the Universities, who should teach Social Responsibility?

Our roundtable discussion was moderated by Andrea Studihradová of Ceska sporitelna. Representatives of Universities and drivers of 3rd role of Universities were: Zuzana Dvorakova /VSE Praha, Marie Dohnalova /FHS UK Praha, Dita Palascakova /NF Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci.

See  PHOTOS from our Roundtable and discussed subtopics (In Czech) below.


June 07, 2016

AGENDA for the next Business & Finance committee meeting - June 16

Read full length of AGENDA for the meeting June 16, 9.00am at AmCham.

Educational brief on Specifics of the Czech Family Firms - prepared byStanislav Servus of Dvorak Hager & Partners:

  • What the Czech family firms are currently looking for?
  • What they can learn from international firms?
  • Why the Czech family firms could be interesting for international firms?

Register online for the meeting or by email at

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October 09, 2015

Czech exporters in the USA: Examples from business environment on October 20

American Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to conference Czech exporters in USA: Examples from business environment on October 20, 2015 from 4 pm, organized by E15 with British Embassy Prague as a partner. Issues to be addressed: Success stories of Czech exporters, who have made a breakthrough in the US market and what they expect from TTIP? Will TTIP facilitate their business in the US? Venue: British Embassy, Thunovska 14, Prague 1. Invitation in Czech you can find here. Official language: Czech. Registration at

September 09, 2015

Doing Business in the USA

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic invites AmCham´s members at an interactive Seminar with representatives of the State of North Carolina/USA named “Doing Business in the USA”.

July 07, 2015

Internship for disadvantaged and socially excluded youth

The American Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Embassy, and Open Society Fund in Prague wish to continue our cooperation in a project focused on internships for disadvantaged and socially excluded youth. We wish to expand upon the successes of the pilot program we launched in 2013, and are seeking AmCham Member companies interested in partnering with us to improve diversity hiring and demonstrate corporate social responsibility.  Read more


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