Lack of qualified labour is an issue for suppliers, too.
As the only upside-down pyramid in the world it conceals a unique slide atrium, even creating a spiritual space.
These are seven events expected in Slovakia’s economy in 2019.
Bratislava - The Magic Metropolis takes you on a tour of Bratislava on an imaginary underground.
Building a plant on a green field enabled the installation of different technologies
The arrival of Jaguar Land Rover is impacting the industrial as well as residential real estate market.
Urban Market and the Good Market offer designer pieces and bio products.
Economists point to budgetary risks.
Contemporary music is finding its audience in Slovakia.
Former industrial building Pradiareň is turning into unusual offices.
The 2019 calendar offers a selection of historical images taken by the Kozics Studio.
Western Slovakia with Bratislava remains the strongest locality.
Nearly 30 wine cellars and wineries were opened in the boroughs of Rača, Nové Mesto, Vajnory and Devín during the first edition of Po Bratislavských Vínnych Pivniciach event.
This warm summer with an early harvest was a blessing for young wine.
Bratislava hosts the 28th year of the photography festival.
Foreigners with permanent residence can cast their vote as well.
The state should make application of adopted strategies its priority, experts claim.
The Slovak Spectator spoke with the new president of the Slovak Automotive Industry Association (ZAP) Alexander Matušek about the challenges the Slovak automotive industry faces and more.
The biggest challenges the automotive industry in Slovakia faces are the ability to remain competitive, the availability of a quality labour force and regulations.
Incumbent Bratislava Mayor Ivo Nesrovnal running for re-election does not agree with the opinion that some parts of Bratislava are turning into no-go zones.