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Investment Advisory Guide for Slovakia

Your key to understanding the Slovak business environment.

Are you an investor looking for the most profitable investment opportunities in Slovakia? An employer trying to make sense of the latest changes in labour legislation? Do you want to know which are the largest law firms in Slovakia?

The Slovak Spectator’s Investment Advisory Guide 2018/2019 is an invaluable resource for all those who want to gain a better understanding of Slovakia’s business environment and its challenges.

Thanks to our extensive cooperation with advisors, consultants, analysts and state administration, the content of this guide is unique; you will not find this wealth of specific information in any other publication on the market.

Jan Pallo, publisher of the Slovak Spectator

The 94-page guide presents plenty of information on the economy, labour market, investor support, legislation, real estate and investment opportunities in Slovakia through engaging articles, expert commentary and informative tables and graphs.

In-depth analyses of Slovakia’s booming automotive industry, the economic impact of innovation and R&D, and the growing importance of waste management and clean technologies are contained in the guide. Readers may even be inspired to join one of Slovakia’s blossoming startups or abandon their traditional office environments after reading “Meet your Slovak startup” and “Coworking spaces in Slovakia”.

A section of the guide is also dedicated to the latest developments in the law firm market, with a focus on the most important law firms in Slovakia. Furthermore, rankings of the top law firms in Slovakia, along with a special table describing the major cases they have handled, are published.

This annual publication, as visually-pleasing as it is informative, educates readers on the ins and outs of Slovakia’s business environment with an abundance of statistics, such as the regional comparison of wages, unemployment, structure of industry, real estate prices and an overview of the largest companies in individual regions.

Readers are provided with up-to-date contact information for consulting companies, developers, real estate agencies, architectural services, and construction firms and can learn more about the people behind the most successful companies and firms in Slovakia in the “Who’s Who” section. The country’s business environment can even be examined through the eyes of some of Slovakia’s most successful entrepreneurs, including the “Slovak glass scientist who succeeded in EU schemes” and the new president of the Slovak Automotive Industry Association.

You can purchase the Investment Advisory Guide 2018/2019 directly from our online shop. It is also available in the reception of Petit Press at Lazaretská 12 in Bratislava.

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