Saturday, October 24, 2009

“Klice k Uspechu MSP”

In the year 2008, The SME sector received CZK 5.6 billion for its various programs of which CZK 2.1 billion provided from the state budget (source: CMIT).
The intention of JCI Praha has been to join these efforts in an original way: show examples of proven strategies for the crisis, enabling better decisions based on more information, communicate efficiently, encourage networking and being able to navigate through hard times.
Also to encourage Czech and European state authorities to provide SMEs with more support via direct funds, law modifications and overall better understanding of SMEs needs. Other outcome of the conference shall be to change perception of the business reality – an ability to get new skills, essentially to fruit from given business conditions and exit strengthen from the crisis.

Mini Khatri, Director of Commission

Friday, October 16, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

An active summer for JCI Praha

On June 14th, 2009 a first time in the JCI history the name of the city Praha is represented in European Conference of Budapest in front of 2400 people from all Europe.
Ewen Extier our secretary general had the honor to introduce our project and our team to the Executive Vice President for Europe, Kjersti Bergsaker-Aspoy from JCI Norway.

On July 24th, 2009, JCI Praha received the visit of the President of JCI Metro, Luigi Wewege. We profited from this opportunity to have a representative from our headquarter located in Saint Louis (Missouri) in United States to organized a Conference to introduce Junior Chamber International in front of 30 attendees to Jet Set Club.

On July 30th, 2009 Adeline Bonnechère, JCI Praha President welcomed in Prague the President of JCI Esja in Iceland Brian Allen Smith III, (AIESEC Alumni, 15% of JCI members in the world are Alumni). A meeting efficient which was based on the introduction of our project which aims to strengthen people's faith in the economic challenges ahead and work with our network.

On August 12th, 2009: Radovan Hanzl our Treasurer met with JCI Luxembourg an opportunity for him to share new ideas and see the running of other JCI, let me remind that our organization is in more than 100 countries of the world.
At this occasion, he was invited to participate to a presentation of JCI Luxembourg to the brewery “Abbaye of Neum√ľnster” and discover various project like the most Creative Young Entrepreneur, Fair Trade Breakfast and the President of Luxembourg gave him tips how to grow up at the very beginning.