AmCham in Brief

The American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic is a non-profit, nongovernment organization governed independently by a board of directors elected from and by its membership. We are a member of the US Chamber of Commerce. We connect around 1500 top executives and company owners representing nearly 300 companies. Our member network spans industries, sizes and nationalities.

Our objective is to improve business environment in the Czech Republic. We can achieve it through networks of our members, business associations, public administration and NGOs we cooperate with. Our members can take an advantage of provided business opportunities, management improvements and advocacy.

  • We organize around 100 networking activities annually, including Leadership Cocktails, Seminars, Workshops and Discussions, General Manager Breakfasts and Evenings, Movie Clubs, a Golf Tournament and our Thanksgiving Ball.
  • We promote the country with our Czech Republic Overview, and by briefing potential investors. The overview is distributed by Czech government offices around the world and through our network.
  • We promote our members through Best Office publication and on our website The allows our members to promote themselves to thousands of potential partners.
  • We advocate legislative and regulatory reform. The Competitiveness Report assesses government policy in six areas using both statistics and opinion surveys. Our members and staff were integrally involved in the complete reform of the bankruptcy act, the new commercial registry process, reform of public procurement, the introduction of social security caps, the original package of investment incentives, more liberal rules for financial collateral, the entry of the Czech Republic into the US visa waiver program.
  • We are working with universities and companies to expand research opportunities.
  • We serve as a platform for exchanging best practices in managing an organization.
  • We continue to expand our CSR project One World, Many Voices, which supports projects that increase community participation and education.

The Chamber is registered in the Commercial Register administered by the Municipal Court in Prague, section A, entry No. 7665. Id.-No.: 481 18 320.

To get more information about AmCham in the Czech Republic, please, send an email to

AmCham: the Community of Next

Objectives of Our Community

  • We aim to make the Czech Republic the best place to do business in Europe by constantly improving the networks between businesses, the knowledge of managing a business, and policy governing business.
  • We pursue the next initiative that benefits both the wider business community and Czech society.
  • We strive to create the next business opportunity, whether it is a transaction, an investment, or a new government policy.
  • We cooperate with governments on the next reform that makes economic policy more transparent, fair, and prosperous for the country.
  • We share the expertise and experiences of our community to raise the standards of operational excellence.

Values of Our Community

  • We are transparent.
  • Truth and trust are our core values.
  • We are ambitious. We believe today should be as good as is possible, and tomorrow even better.
  • We take initiative. If we identify what needs to get better, we do not wait for others to take the lead.
  • We are creative. We search for beneficial new trends of managing the economy, managing the country, or building a better society.
  • We are disciplined. Our ideas become reality.
  • We are broad-minded. We understand that there are many solutions to any issue, and we listen to others to find the solution that works best for the sustainable and balanced development of our society.
  • We have respect for others.
  • We excel in every task and in each detail.

AmCham: The Plus Club

Strong communities are built by the efforts of those people who can balance self-interest with public good. The AmCham Plus Club was created to acknowledge such people and the good deeds they have done for all of us. Members of the Pus Club receive a lapel button that they are asked to wear to remind each of us that the health of our society does not begin in the prime minister´s office but in the actions of every one of us each day.

The Plus Club is growing each year as new members are being appointed regularly during AmCham General Assembly held in June based on their long lasting contribution and participation at various AmCham activities and projects.

List of current members: 

    Surname Name
1   Adams Ronald
2   Barliev Vesselin
3   Bartůněk Aleš
4   Bednář Stanislav
5   Benešová Eva
6   Best Erik
7   Bezdíček Jan
8   Boulton-Smith William
9   Brázda Jan
10   Brix Martin
11   Budway-Strobach Věra
12   Červenclová Daniela
13   Chour Michal
14   Clough Brady
15   Colantoni Andrea
16   Dittrich Martin
17   Dobeš Richard
18   Doležal Jaroslav
19   Dostálek František
20   Eisen Norman
21   Fabián Michael
22   Frkal Tomáš
23   Guilds Christopher
24   Hašková Coolidge Eliška
25   Haškovec Ladislav
26   Havrlíková Zdeňka
27   Hejmová Karin
28   Hesselink Bert
29   Hruška David
30   Jabůrková Milena
31   Ježková Ivana
32   Jílek Dušan
33   Jimenez Emil
34   Kačmář Dalibor
35   Kalousek Jan
36   Kanyza Martin
37   Klimeš Michal
38   Klimtová Dagmar
39   Kneiflová Martina
40   Kortán Tomáš
41   Kosturák Matej
42   Krajíček Ondřej
43   Ladmanová Monika
44   Linhart Jan
45   Mach Václav
46   Mališková Marie
47   Malysa Michal
48   Marečková Monika
49   Mařík Vladimír
50   Matoušek Václav
51   Mejtský Miroslav
52   Mullen Michael
53   Muntean Cristina
54   Murray Darcie
55   Nebeský Michal
56   Nevický Petr
57   Nová Lenka
58   Novotná Jitka
59   Novotný Václav
60   Papirnik Vladimira
61   Pardubský Zbyněk
62   Pavlíček Jiří
63   Peterka Ondřej
64   Plch David
65   Rytířová Lucie
66   Schovánková Soňa
67   Servus Stanislav
68   Slavíček Michal
69   Smejkal Ladislav
70   Sokol Peter
71   Soucek Magdalena
72   Soukupová Hanka
73   Spěváček Michal
74   Šrámek Ondřej
75   Staňková Irena
76   Suri Sanjiv
77   Šváb Filip
78   Ťok Dan
79   Trojan Jeanne
80   Valdinger Jan
81   Vilímek Zdeněk
82   Vrba David
83   Watkins Brent
84   Weber Biljana
85   Weinhold Daniel
86   Zahradník Michal
87   Zelová Jana
88   Žlebková Lenka

The time and talents of AmCham members are what make the organization thrive. Without the voluntary efforts of dozens of members throughout the year, our organization would not be able to advocate new reforms, organize insightful seminars, and make the connections that bring greater prosperity to the country.

Each year, since 2011, at the Thanksgiving Ball, we recognize members’ acts of social responsibility by awarding the annual Wings Award for a member who has made significant contributions to AmCham activities and the business community as a whole in the course of the previous membership year.

From 2013 we also give a Wings Award to a community leader whose activities have improved the condition of community life in the Czech Republic and have had a positive impact on the public. This is a non-political award, regardless AmCham membership.

Any AmCham member can nominate by sending filled nomination forms to AmCham offices (via email or regular mail). Nomination period usually run from the beginning of September until the mid of October. The final approval of the nominees is made by the AmCham Board of Directors.

Nomination forms:



  • AmCham Wings for a member goes to Bert Hesselink of CBRE for his long-term chairmanship of AmCham Real Estate Committee and for driving its agenda forward.



  • AmCham Wings for Community Leader goes to David Šmejkal of Poradna při finanční tísni, o.p.s.

The Financial Crisis Advisory Centre (Poradna při finanční tísni) is a Public Benefit Organization and a unique example of cooperation of the largest Czech financial institutions/banks on a non-profit platform. By providing a free-of-charge counselling to concrete individuals in personal financial/social crisis and/or difficult life situations, the Centre gives the concept of “corporate social responsibility” a very concrete content.

Under the leadership of David Šmejkal, the Centre provides a high- quality and effective advisory to citizens in financial crisis, in imminent or existing insolvency or subject to execution, and help in submitting applications to be discharged from debts. Thanks’ to David´s efforts, the Centre has already 8 branches in Praha, Ostrava, Ústí n. Labem, Šumperk, Hradec Králové, Litvinov, Česká Lípa, Plzeň and Prostějov. The general aim of David Šmejkal´s advisory services is to make people aware of responsibility over personal finances, teach the wide public how to avoid risks associated with indebtedness and promote responsible borrowing.  His team does so through professionally structured seminars, workshops, lectures which they adjust to each specific audience and its experience: schools, companies, social service providers, senior homes, unemployed.



  • AmCham Wings for Community Leader goes to Petr Sýkora of Dobrý anděl foundatifon.

Dobrý anděl foundation helps families facing financial distress as a result of illness. In 2011, Petr Sýkora and Jan + Černý set up Dobrý anděl foundation and committed for the first 5 years to pay 25 million CZK. Anybody can become Dobrý anděl (Good Angel) by contributing regularly any small amount of money. Financial contributions from all Good Angels are re-distributed each month down to the very last “penny” to all the families who need it and are registered in this foundation. The operating expenses of the endowment fund are financed out of the private funds of the founders.


  • AmCham Wings for a member goes to Zdeněk Vilímek.



  • AmCham Wings for Community Leader goes to Jan Lorman of Život 90.

Jan Lorman´s background is in directing theatre and radio broadcasts. In 1990 he set up an organization called Život 90 with a mission to improve the quality of life and general well-being of senior citizens. Život 90 is Jan´s great passion and his work for this organization has been a life-long commitment with significant and far-reaching impact on the community as a whole.

Život 90 cooperates with governmental and municipal institutions in creating programs aimed at social, educational and cultural activities. It provides numerous humanitarian services to enable the elderly to more actively enjoy their lives as members of society.

Mr Lorman´s team has been operating a special telephone line for senior citizens who are in distress or in need of help. Hundreds of thousands of pensioners have confided in the Život 90 helpline over the years of the organization´s existence and have benefited from its valuable advice and guidance.


  • AmCham Wings for a member goes to Jan Valdinger of Change Partnership for his long-term contribution and cooperation on AmCham projects.



  • AmCham Wings for a member goes to Milena Jabůrková of IBM

Milena is the type of individual who, when there is a problem, does not point fingers at others, but points it at herself and gets to work finding and implementing a solution. She challenges conventional thinking, she views “no” as the first step to getting to “yes”, and considers the government a piece to the puzzle, not a separate and alien power.

Her work in Amcham focuses on making the country a hub of international business. This year, her efforts were integral to devising a better policy for immigration and labor. In the next year as the country continues to find its competitive footing, we are counting on her to help us fill the vacuum in positive economic policy that the continuing political crisis has created.



  • AmCham Wings for a member goes to Daniel Weinhold of Weinhold Legal and Dan Ťok of Skanska in that time

Daniel and were recognized for their outstanding efforts to make the public procurement process more transparent and efficient.

Dan chaired the Platform for Transparent Public Procurement and served as its general spokesman. His ability to lead discussions to concrete conclusions, and to coax consensus from the various political parties, government agencies, and civic associations that are members of the platform was essential to achieving the legislative reform and creating an atmosphere of cordiality and confidence that should enable the Platform to undertake further reforms.

Daniel chaired the expert working group on the reform of the public procurement act. His task was difficult: he had to reach agreement on the principles of the reform, work with the government on drafting the reform, and then carefully vet both the government’s proposal and other amendments to ensure that the principles were achieved both in the text and in practice, and that the legislation would have no damaging side effects. His precise work often put him, at times, into the crosshairs of both politicians and other enthusiastic reformers, who did not like it when their big ideas were confronted with the challenge of working in practice. Without hours and hours of his work, along with hours and hours of his patient explanation, we would not have the solid, workable reform that is currently in the hands of the Senate.





One World, Many Voices is an AmCham philanthropic program to support long term development of the Czech Republic.

Since 2012, the program has been contributing to development of community involvement in the Czech society.

Objectives of the program include:

  1. increase community involvement of children
  2. increase communication skills in English language
  3. foster application of theoretical knowledge in practice by own project realization

From this new grant competition AmCham has supported 11 school projects throughout the Czech Republic in 2012/2013, 9 schools in 2013/2014 and 8 schools in 2014/2015.


In 2015, AmCham Board proposed to dedicate funds (CZK 200,000) raised during the auction in 2014 for projects which:

  • use digital technology to increase public access and participation in local communities and
  • support high school and university students’ using technology to solve community problems.


Due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemics, in 2020, AmCham and Y Soft Corporation used the funds raised in 2019 to donate face masks for doctors.


  1. Help us identify and develop projects for Silent Auction donations – please suggest project by sending an email at
  2. Send us short description of the project, School/NGO/Town involved in the project, why you recommend this project/why this project should be selected. Send us contacts/email contact/phone to school.

Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions - contact Gabriela Rybova at

The program Facebook pages:


How to participate?   |    How to Donate?   |    Donated Projecs


How to participate?

Who can compete for donations?

Classes or similar school groups from public basic schools and public high schools in the Czech Republic can submit their project proposals.

How much can a school get?

A maximum cap on single projects is not set.

What kind of projects can be submitted?

Submitted projects have to be beneficial for wider community (not only the class), it has to involve the school, local community (public) and a local government organization. Cooperation among kids, teachers, public and municipal government representatives is desired. Projects should have a long-term positive effect and sustainability.

Submitted projects should be prepared by children to a large extent, written in English (up to 3 pages A4 format) and should include:

  • Purpose and clearly defined objectives of the project
  • Who will be involved and what their roles will be (class, school, local community, public, local government or its office
  • Time schedule of realization
  • How long the project will last after its realization, project sustainability
  • Breakdown of expected budget, including amount of requested donation

Projects should be delivered either to AmCham office via regular mail or via e-mail to Gabriela Rybova at

Grants are awarded to individual projects (donation contract to a school). The project has to be realized within 12 months from receiving the money.

The final report in English language and short video has to be submitted to AmCham.
Specific details are published with opening of the grant competition every year at, Facebook page and LinkedIn.


How to donate?

Each year money for the One World, Many Voices program is raised mainly during the annual Thanksgiving Ball.

At the Ball the Silent Auction supported by many sponsors and donors is held. Any member company can donate an item for Silent Auction that is going to be auctioned.

Important source of finance for the One World, Many Voices project are donations from corporate tables. Companies that order a corporate table can voluntarily pay extra CZK 10.000 margin that is donated to this project.

For more information contact Gabriela Rybova at


Donated projects

Winners of the grants in Fall 2014 (with links to their videos about completed project):

  • Cirkevní gymnázium Plzeň - project Underpilsen
  • ZŠ a MS Deblin - project University of the Second and Third Age
  • ZŠ Chrudim, Dr. J. Malíka - project Change Your School, Change Your Life
  • ZŠ Antonína Sochora Duchcov - project Two worlds together
  • Masarykova SŠ Letovice - project Let´s get to know our town
  • ZŠ a MŠ Traplice - project Grandparents memories
  • SOŠ vinařská a SOU zahradnické - project Bridging the gap between the young and the old
  • ZŠ Dr. E. Beneše, Praha 9 Čakovice - project Spirit of Čakovice


Winners of the grants in 2013/2014:

  • Základní škola a Mateřská škola Stará Ves, okres Bruntál - Art activities for Janovice Castle
  • VSŠ a VOŠ v Moravské Třebové - Museum of Military High School in Moravská Třebová
  • ZŠ Chrudim, Dr. J. Malíka  -  Feeling proud while looking out of the school window
  • Základní škola Plumlov, okr. Prostějov - The nature trail of Plumlov
  • Základní škola T. G. Masaryka Šardice, okres Hodonín - Let´s sing and talk together
  • Základní škola Bosonožská 9, Brno - Workout and fitness palyground for teenagers
  • ZŠ Davle - Project Park Davle
  • ZŠ a MŠ Brno, Kotlářská, Brno - Let´s meet!
  • Základní a mateřská škola Kunštát, 32 Brno, Kunštát - Our Victory

Winners of the grants in 2012/2013:

  • ZŠ a MŠ Deblín -  School as a community centre of the village
  • ZŠ Paseka - You can see us but cannot hear us - school theatre group in Paseka
  • SŠ, ZŠ, MŠ, Hanácká, Šumperk - The Garden of friendship and understanding
  • ZŠ a MŠ T.G.Masaryka Hlavečník, Pardubice - Let's Read
  • Základní škola Hranice, okres Cheb - Meeting Park
  • ZŠ a MŠ Josefův důl - Learn in nature
  • ZŠ a MŠ Kunín, okr. Nový Jičín - The Garden of Knowledge
  • Základní škola T.G. Msaryka Mnichovice, Praha –východ - One Step, Many Advantages
  • ZŠ Lukov - One World, Many Traditions
  • ZŠ Ostrava Poruba, A.Hrdličky - English silent singing
  • Gymnázium, Kadaň, 5.května - Mini GLOBE Games

List of donated schools from 2003 until 2011:


  • Benešova ZŠ
  • 16.ZŠ, Americká třída 30
  • Bolevecká ZŠ
  • 31. ZŠ
  • 1.ZŠ, Západní 18
  • 17.ZŠ, Malická
  • 21.ZŠ
  • 22. ZŠ, Na Dlouhých 49
  • 34. ZŠ, Gerská 32


  • ZŠ Emila Zátopka Zlín, Štefánkova 2701
  • ZŠ Zlín,Křiby 4788
  • ZŠ Zlín,Komenského 78, Zlín – Malenovice
  • ZŠ Dřevnická, Zlín
  • ZŠ M. Alše


  • ZŠ Ostrava, Matiční 5
  • ZŠ O. -Zábřeh. Chrjukinova
  • ZŠ O.-Poruba, A. Hrdličky 1638
  • ZŠ O.-Poruba, Porubská 831
  • ZŠ O.-Hrabůvka, Mitušova 16

Ústí nad Labem:

  • ZŠ Stříbrnická
  • ZŠ A. České
  • ZŠ E. Krásnohorské

ZŠ ESB, Brno
ZŠ Klatovy
ZŠ Emy Destinové, Praha 6


Michal Chour
General Manager

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We are facing the greatest challenge to the economy of the Czech Republic since its founding in 1992. We know the virus will force major changes to the sources of our prosperity, but we do not know exactly what will be transformed, and whether those changes will last. I would like the AmCham board to serve as central point for gathering information, analyzing it, and advocating solutions based on evidence that will accelerate our path to prosperity.

As a board member, I will represent the hospitality industry and would focus on promoting Prague and Czech Republic as a viable destination for holding congresses and conventions and a high-profile destination for demanding travelers.




Michal Nebeský
Citi Country Officer Czech Republic

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Having served on the AmCham board and as its President, I have direct experience on how business associations can serve as a voice of economic reason and how important that voice is in a world increasingly nervous about the future.


I would like to continue to make attracting value-added investments my priority, as well as engaging with political decision-makers and social influencers about the country‘s direction.


Václav Novotný
Regional Executive Director

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After 12 years as Managing Director at MSD, I am currently Regional Managing Director CEE at Biogen Idec Czech Republic. The American Chamber of Commerce has a unique position in the Czech business environment. As a Vice-President I´m honoured to serve for the continuous success of AmCham and I am ready to dedicate my experience and energy to further enhance AmCham’s position as trusted and respected partner to both business community and state authorities.

I focus on AmCham priorities, especially Competitiveness, Healthcare and Transparency.


Milan Šlapák
President CZ&SK, Exec. Director GE Aviation

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As a company, we believe the next wave of this country's growth depends on larger and more effective investment into research and development. I want to use our recent experience to help shape policies to increase the proportion of private research investment to public research investment, and to share best practices among high tech manufacturers so that the country's manufacturing capabilities are among the best in Europe.


Sanjiv Suri
President & CEO

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I try to devote my energy to three areas :

1. Create a vision for Czech Competitiveness/ Collaborative-ness 2030/2040 and a related action plan to attract and retain the best talents from the region.
2. As also President of Prague Convention Bureau to create the synergy for the ecosystem that promotes applied research and high value added services by bringing together R&D, investors as well as businesses into incubators and accelerators.
3. Explore further the responsibility of business to society through more responsible and informed leadership.

My energies is especially devoted to small and medium enterprises, which do not have resources commanded by large corporations.

Board Member

Erik Best

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One of the main characters in Albert Camus’s The Plague says, “It’s an idea which may make some people laugh, but the only means of righting a plague is common decency.” We haven’t been living through a plague, to be sure, but some of the same rules, emotions and laws of nature apply as though we were. Regardless of whether a second wave comes or life gets back to something we soon come to call normal, we’ll need some common decency to get through it in one piece. For nearly 30 years AmCham has been providing a good dose of this, and I am proud to continue to help administer it as a member of the board of directors.


Board Member

Rainer Bogner
Lead Country Manager

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My goal on the board is to assure Prague’s future as a hub of major corporate headquarters and business service hubs, and to engage the government and other key stakeholders on how to shape a secure energy future.

Board Member

Rebecca Grattan
Chief People Officer

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As the Chief People Officer in Avast, I feel I have much to contribute to the Czech Republic as an HR Professional, as a senior female executive and working for Avast as the first CEE entrant into the FTSE 100. My background within global businesses within the government, NGO and private sectors means that I am well placed to support the chamber in its efforts to support economic growth in the Czech Republic.

Board Member

Radek Halíček
Managing Partner

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As a Board member, I like to build upon more than two decades of work of previous managing partners of KPMG in contributing to AmCham active role in enhancing the local business environment. AmCham has a strong record of achievement and KPMG is proud to have been an active member. Our contributions have included, in particular, the very active involvement of my predecessors, Jan Žůrek, František Dostálek and Charles Randolph in the area of tax policy, sustainable development, and good government. As a lawyer by background, I intend in particular to focus on the legal and tax reforms of the new government and their impact on the business environment. 

I would also like to continue to strongly support development of transparency and ethics in the Czech business and public environment.  Government and the public sector in general remains far from efficient and operates below its potential. I am convinced that AmCham as an independent, reputable and respected representative of the business community can play a key role in promoting best practice in this area.

Board Member

Michal Klimeš
Manager HPC Sales, Partners

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Working for many years in area supporting research, development and engineering I would like to influence and use position of AmCham to influence development of “innovative economy” – economy with advanced and high quality production. I also believe in even distribution of economy and research activity evenly in all country and want to promote development of regions.


Board Member

Josef Kotrba
Chairman of the Czech office

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Since the early days in my professional career I tended to take part in public debates – as a (part time) journalist, as advisor, as participant in various task forces in governmental and NGO sector. Today, AmCham is probably the best place for an intelligent public debate. The atmosphere of openness, level of engagement and quality of contributions in AmCham debates significantly exceeds the current standards. Given the most recent political and security development in Central and Eastern Europe and in the Czech Republic in particular, AmCham can and should play a role in preserving the Czech Republic as a member of Western security and political structures.


Board Member

Ondřej Krajíček
Chief Technology Strategist

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AmCham represents the best business traditions from the Czech Republic and USA, fused with new business models, strategic investments and technology drivers. All this is enabled by shared values of fair competition, business ethics, open collaboration and free exchange of ideas. As a board member, I will represent AmCham and Y Soft values to the best of my abilities. I would dedicate my experience, energy and network to build Czech Republic-USA business relationships, bring experience and execution in my priority areas and support digital transformation of Czech Republic.

Being a CTO with business role and global market experience, I see smart technology as one of the promising ways to tackle current and long running challenges, ranging from Covid-19 pandemics to reversing climate change and providing clean energy and water supply. Ensuring well-being of the Czech and global society as a result.

Priority areas for the upcoming two years at the AmCham board include digitization and eGovernment. 

Board Member

Michel Perret
General Manager CCR Europe

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Manufacturing in the Czech Republic faces a major transition. As compensation spikes upward, production lines will need to become more efficient and more productive. Our facilities will have to become more attractive to employees and more economical. I want to work with other manufacturers to drive those process improvements and promote government policies that will make this transition successful.


Michel's AmCham Priority:

• Country Manufacturing strategy

•  CNB Monetary policy.

• Cooperation with other countries Chambers of Commerce

Board Member

Jaroslava Rezlerová
Country Manager

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Workforce is the major challenge and the major opportunity for the Czech Republic. Our education system needs to adjust to the reality that automation will completely change the type of jobs in the market. I would like AmCham to help the government put the country ahead of the curve of technological change.

Jaroslava joined Manpower in 2001 as Country Manager Czech Republic. Under her leadership, the company’s turnover increased from 100 million to 3,6 billion CZK. Manpower Czech Republic currently serves 1.200 clients, placing 24.000 new employees yearly. In 2006 she became member of the Global Leadership Team ManpowerGroup Inc and in October 2007, she was made responsible for development of Manpower Slovakia.

Prior to joining Manpower, Jaroslava worked as commercial director of the French Chamber of Commerce from its foundation in 1997. She was the vice president of the chamber’s board of directors from 2002 to 2006.

She is the founding member and the president of the Association of providers of personnel services – APPS, which unites the leading personnel and employment agencies in the Czech Republic. The Association significantly contributes to the changes of labour law aiming to increase the openness and flexibility of the sector.

Board Member

Magdalena Soucek
Country Managing Partner

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AmCham always has pursued policies and investments that will help the Czech Republic increase GDP per capita by 60% by 2025. The pandemic not only puts that goal in doubt, but may change some fundamental aspects of the global and Czech economy.

During my time on the board and as president, I have been involved in many initiatives that have helped shape our business environment. I would very much like to continue being a part of this effort with a focus on how we can restore and accelerate our path to prosperity.

Board Member

Michal Stachník
General Manager

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AmCham aims to continuously improve competitiveness of the Czech Republic. However, dynamic evolution of the business environment and technologies drive major changes. My focus in the board will be on attracting strategic research investments, assisting Czech tech start-ups to succeed on the US market, and ensuring we digitize our society securely.

I believe that AmCham is the right platform to support improvements in education and security – two key drivers of business growth.


Weston Stacey

Executive Director

Jitka Tůmová

Deputy Director, Committees & Councils
Phone: +420 732 970 579

Nelly Tomčíková

Economic Development Advocacy Manager
Phone: +420 602 790 012

Gabriela Rybová

CMP website, Membership, Projects
Phone: +420 731 405 401

Katarína Bendíková

Economic Development / CCC web Coordinator
Phone: +420 776 268 375

Monika Houldsworth


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