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AmCham in the media - May 2014

As we do every month, we would like to inform you about some of the most important AmCham media appearances.
  • Strategy for Slovak Economy: AmCham issued a position paper on the proposal for the Strategy for Slovak Economy published by the Ministry of Economy. Trend informed about the lack of discussion about such an important document and quoted the AmCham paper stating that it lacks a real action plan. You can read the article from May 1 here.    
  • Redefining Marketing Tools: AmCham’s business breakfast sponsored by NaviGRAF and getCLIENTS made it to the news. On May 5, E-Trend reported on the breakfast and the issues of marketing and “on-life marketing” presented by international guest speaker Rafi Albo, founder and CEO of Segmarketing, Israel. You can read the article here.
  • Mentor Network Program: Thanks to the CEOs participating in AmCham’s Mentor Network Program, Pravda mentioned this successful program in an article from May 7, reporting on opportunities for university students to improve their chances of getting employed. You can read the article here.  
  • AmCham and Tourism: The Tourism Committee meetings resulted in an interesting article in Trend on Kosice and the potential of this city that has to be still discovered by the Slovaks themselves. You can read the article from May 8 here.
  • AmCham Promoting Women in Business: AmCham’s event organized with the Representation of the European Commission and US Embassy on May 13 also resonated in the media. You can read some articles here and here.
  • TTIP and Slovak Automotive Industry: Following the most recent round of negotiations, TA3 reported on the potential benefits of TTIP on the Slovak car industry on May 26, with comments made by Jake Slegers. You can watch the report here.    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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