Virtual Events

Live, Work and Invest in Czech Republic

01 Jul
Virtual Events

The series of exploring Europe had made stopovers at Portugal, Spain, and Austria. Along the exciting journey, the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines traveled with various C-level executives, entrepreneurs, and academicians who actively participated in the events. Do not miss the chance as the series makes its stop at the Czech Republic on 1 July 2021 as it explores the unbounded opportunities and exciting insights.

Czech Republic ranks 32nd out of 141 countries in terms of competitiveness, making the country attractive for starting businesses. With the improvements in policies on attracting businesses, the country had managed to decrease its unemployment rate by 5%. There is an estimate of 1.025 million SMEs in Czech Republic which signifies diverse options for investment. Aside from its economic and industry background, Czech Republic ranks 27 on the human development index which assures a long and healthy lifestyle, being well educated, and has a decent standard of living.

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines in partnership with the Embassy of Czech Republic, is organizing the 3rd series of Live, Work, and Invest in Europe. In this webinar, we will provide you with the available opportunities waiting for you in Czechia as well as walk you through the process of investing, trading, working, or studying in the country.

This webinar specifically aims to:

  • Provide information that is relevant for businesses and individuals who are interested in the opportunities in the Czech Republic.
  • Update participants about the current trends in the different markets of Czechia.
  • Encourage substantial partnerships between Philippine and Czechian companies, entrepreneurs, and academicians.
  • Give confidence to people who are seeking trading and investing in the Czech Republic.


  • Europe-PH News

  • October 05, 2021

    Philippine economy to take 10 years to recover from COVID-19: NEDA chief

    MANILA - The Philippine economy will take more than a decade to re... Read More

  • October 01, 2021

    Duterte wants shorter quarantine for arriving travelers, says hotel accommodations not cheap

    IATF finalizing shorter quarantine for fully vaccinated people Read More

  • September 27, 2021

    NCR may remain under Alert Level 4 in October – DOH official

    MANILA, Philippines — Metro Manila may remain under Alert Level 4 ... Read More