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Alpiq Services CZ s.r.o. drives in Prague an important Service Center that hosts entire teams and many employees for various Alpiq divisions. Business processes such as information technology, human resources management, and finance are present already. The Service Center in Prague is considered a key competence for fast initiatives, dedicated growth or scalability of teams, and agile business reactions. It contributes to Alpiq's sustainable energy business with equivalent, costeffective professionals, dedicated to business excellence throughout Alpiq's activities.
After launching the German version of its e-shop last year, Freshlabels is planning to continue its incremental expansion into Western Europe. The pioneer in the area of sustainable fashion is working on broadening its business model through innovative projects and plans to further develop its advanced e-commerce platform. In order to achieve these goals, the company wants to obtain capital in the volume of EUR 1.5 million (approx. CZK 39 million) from private investors on the Crowdberry investment platform.
Michiel Kernkamp will take up the position of CEO Nestlé Czechia and Slovakia on 1 October 2020. He will be based in Prague, from where he will have direct responsibility not only for Czechia and Slovakia, but also for Hungary, Poland and the Baltic States as of 1 January 2021. Michiel is replacing Torben Emborg, the current CEO, who has managed Nestlé business in the Czech and Slovak markets since 2010.
Tourism is one of Prague’s key industries. Swiss developer and hotelier, Juerg Zwahlen, gave us an interview related to the current situation.
CBRE, the world leader in real estate services, has announced the appointment of Katarína Brydone as Head of Investment Properties of CBRE in the Czech Republic effective from 1st June 2020. Katarína Brydone succeeds Chris Sheils who spent four successful years in this position and has taken the decision to leave the business following Clare Sheils’ promotion to Managing Director of CBRE Czech Republic.
The term “dark patterns” was first used by psychologists in the year 2010 in connection with the boom in e-commerce. The term relates to the manner in which websites are designed. Dark patterns are website elements that have been programmed intentionally with the aim to deceive users and force them to do something that they do not wish to do.