Brain power, not muscle

Flexible working conditions and availability of highly qualified domestic and foreign experts will determine how competitive Slovakia’s BSC industry is in the future.

BratislavaBratislava (Source: SME)

“Do you know what a shared service centre does?”, “Can you name a few with operations in Slovakia?”, “Have you had any experience with business process outsourcing?” We asked university students at Bratislava-based campuses these questions a couple of years ago in preparation of our first Facebook video teaser.

We discovered some students had no idea that Slovakia is actually one of the fastest-developing hubs for business service centres (BSCs) in central and eastern Europe.

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