THE SLOVAK agency for the development of investment and trade (SARIO) has launched a new project called Aftercare to support investors who have established new firms in Slovakia.
Aftercare was formed in April this year to help ensure that foreign firms achieve their investment objectives, the Pravda daily has reported.
"The role of Aftercare is to make sure that investors are happy, communicate with them about potential problems or barriers, and help them find solutions," SARIO Director Roman Kuruc said.
Aftercare presently has one project manager. SARIO expects to hire two more by the end of the year.
SARIO Spokesman Ondrej Zember added that project managers from the agency’s foreign direct investment department also provide support and advice to new investors.
Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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17. Sep 2004 at 12:04