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  • CIO Results 2014
    Most global companies’ management expect more than merely basic service from their IT function.
  • Slovakia’s issuance of Blue Cards is not lagging behind
    Slovakia is among the countries whose requirements for granting the Blue Card are at the European average.
  • Deloitte opens it's new office in Žilina!
    Deloitte will have another branch providing comprehensive services in audit, accounting, tax, legal, financial advisory and consulting focused primarily on its client needs in Central Slovakia.
  • In Selecting Christmas Presents, Consumers Try to Combine Pleasure with Usefulness for the Best Price
    Consumers continue to give more weight to purchasing useful Christmas presents for the best price possible.
  • Unique EU-funded training programme prepares European managers and companies for doing business in Japan and Korea
    A group of over 40 European managers has just completed the 2012-2013 cycle of the EU-funded Executive Training Programme in Japan and Korea as a new cohort has been welcomed to the 2013-2014 cycle.
  • Slovak Companies Again Improved their Position in the Ranking of the Fastest-Growing Companies
    Deloitte has announced the 14th annual ranking of Central Europe’s fifty fastest-growing technology companies.
  • Investor confidence hits a two-year high as CE gets back on track for growth
    Investor confidence in CE is at a two-year high, according to the latest Deloitte CE Private Equity Confidence Survey.
  • Growing investor confidence drives major M&A deals and expectations of fundraising success
    Optimism has started to return to Central Europe’s M&A private equity practitioners...
  • Entrepreneurs Will Not Invest in R&D Without New Incentives
    Almost a quarter of Slovak companies conducting R&D activities expect to decrease their expenditures or plan to incur no expenditures in this area unless the current regulatory environment changes...
  • Slovak Companies: Scepticism in Top Management Persists Despite Partial Signs of Improvement
    Pessimistic sentiments that stem mainly from the future macroeconomic uncertainty and external threats that may negatively influence companies persist among CFOs...
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