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Book of Lists
Providing contact details and further information on over 1,000 of the most important firms, government institutions and associations in Slovakia!
The Slovak Spectator is pleased to offer the 15th edition of one of its most-used publications, the Book of Lists. In addition to basic information about each company listed, this unique Slovak-English annual directory also provides you with the names of key representatives and more detailed information such as the number of employees, annual sales, major clients, and so on. The Book of Lists 2014 further features comprehensive information on government, international and professional institutions in Slovakia.
The Book of Lists 2014 has more than 60 subcategories under major headings such as State, International & Professional Institutions; Industry; Media, PR & Advertising; Real Estate; Moving, Shipping & Logistics; Trade & Retail; Finance & Consulting; Human Capital; Information Technologies; Education & Language Services; Travel, Wellness & Health. These categories are well-arranged so that accessing and using the information is as easy and intuitive as possible.
You can find the Book of Lists 2014 locally at Interpress newsstands, Panta Rhei and Eurobooks shops, or order it directly in our Online Shop. It is also available in the reception of Petit Press at Lazaretská 12 in Bratislava.
To reserve advertising space in the Book of Lists 2015, or to have your company listed on greenpages.spectator.sk (online version of Book of Lists called Green Pages), please contact our Sales Department on +421 2 5923 3300 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note! The Slovak Spectator All-Inclusive subscribers receive all the annual publications free, as they are published throughout the year. Subscribe and get the next Book of Lists for free.
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