Over 1,000 company and institutional contacts

Obtain a database of important contact details in Slovakia.

Are you struggling to find the right bank or best private school for your children? Are you trying to get in contact with a state or international institution or learn more about their responsibilities? Or do you want to build your network with the most important people in business?

Consider purchasing the 20th edition of the Book of Lists, one of the Slovak Spectator’s most-used publications. This resourceful, easy-to use guide provides readers with the contact details of over 1,000 of the most important firms, government institutions and associations in Slovakia as well as the names of their top representatives.

“Information in the Book of Lists is provided to us directly by the listed companies and is updated shortly before this annual publication comes out. Therefore, readers are getting first-hand, up-to-date information,”

Jan Pallo, publisher of The Slovak Spectator

In addition to basic information about each company listed, this unique Slovak-English annual directory also provides readers with the names of key representatives and more details that can’t be found in traditional yellow pages, such as the company’s total number of employees, annual sales, major clients, and so on.
Assembled in more than 50 subcategories with alphabetical listings, this user-friendly, bilingual guide will appeal to all those living and doing business in Slovakia.


Expats, in particular, will appreciate the listings on international embassies, moving companies, and international schools while local entrepreneurs are sure to find the listings of business service centres (BSCs) and employment agencies especially helpful.

You can purchase the Book of Lists 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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