Meeting with the Deputy Minister of Industry and TradePublikováno: 21.5.2012
President of the Czech-Indian Chamber of Commerce Jakub Vozdek and Vice President Lukas Temlik met the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, Mr. Milan Hovorka and his colleagues Miroslav Okrouhly, Josef Vrbensky and Vlastimil Lorenz at the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic.
The main discussion was focused on possibilities leading to greater coherence and better coordination of activities not only with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (such as participation in the preparation of India Show held on the occasion of the International Engineering Fair in Brno), but also with various government institutions (CzechTrade, CzechInvest, Czech Export Bank, Embassy) and also other chambers of commerce. The Czech-Indian Chamber of Commerce will seek to communicate closely with the above mentioned institutions, whose support is very important for its activities and should lead to stronger cooperation among individual institutions in order to achieve greater synergies. The basic objectives are to increase awareness of the business environment in the Czech Republic and India and strengthen the existing cooperation between the two countries characterized by rapidly increasing trade turnover in recent years.
One of the tools to achieve this goal, in addition to the usual "business" services offered by the Chamber of Commerce, is organization of various seminars, lectures and conferences with political representatives in cooperation with government institutions to provide interested parties with practical information helpful to their activities on the Czech / Indian market. Information about all these events, such as a round table with representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, CzechTrade, CzechInvest and Czech Export Bank or organization of the conference on the IT sector will be available in a timely manner.