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Connection magazine

The Connection magazine is tangible proof of AmCham’s diverse activities in Slovakia. It informs about both past and upcoming events, ongoing policy and advocacy activities, and lists all its current members. Moreover, it is a medium where AmCham members can present expert information on the issue’s selected topic, their latest news or advertise their products and services.
The Connection magazine is distributed to over 330 AmCham members as a visible reflection of their membership dues as well as free of charge to government authorities, international organizations and embassies located in Slovakia, Bratislava’s largest hotels, sister chambers of commerce in Europe and the headquarters of the American Chamber of Commerce in Washington D.C. The magazine is also freely available at all AmCham events.

Over the past several years our magazine has been awarded three medals in the category of “Non-Profit, State-Funded or Public Administration Organizations” in annual “Corporate Medium of the Year” competitions.

Connection is a bimonthly and its total print is 1300 copies. Every issue is devoted to one topical area. Frequently covered topics include Finance, HR, IT & Telecoms, Education, Competitiveness, SMEs, and Corporate Responsibility. Articles are prepared by experts on the particular topics, thus providing insight and engaging views.

You can now read each issue of Connection on your smartphone, tablet or desktop. Just download the Connection app here: 

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Check out the latest issue:


 
 
 

25 Years of Doing Business in Slovakia

  • 2017 AmCham Membership Survey
  • Twenty-five Years of Gebrüder Weiss in Slovakia
  • A smoke-free future for Slovakia
  • What does the labor market need in 2018?
  • Where are you heading, Slovakia?
  • Evolution of the DNA of Slovak concierge clients
  • Government Affairs in Slovakia – where we came from and where we are headed
  • How Slovaks realized they could…
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