Czech Republic

Czech chamber of commerce
Independent business support organisation
Largest and most representative business association in the Czech Republic representing small, medium-sized and large companies, self-employed entrepreneurs, associations, unions and craftsmen organizations
Network – regional (regional and local chambers) and professional (unions, associations, crafts, etc.)
Platform of over 14 thousand members representing 60% of national GDP and 66% of employable population in the Czech Republic
Member of European and international organizations:
EUROCHAMBRES (The Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry)
ICC (International Chamber of Commerce)
Represented in EESC (European Economic and Social Committee)

Freyova 27
190 00 Praha 9
Operator - Reception: +420 266 721 300
Foreign Department: +420 266 721 532
Office of the Secretary General: +420 266 721 320
Office of the President: +420 266 721 311
Fax: +420 266 721 690

British Chamber of Commerce
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic was formed in April 1997. Since then membership has grown to over 200 companies representing a broad spectrum of British interests in the Czech Republic, from major investors to individual entrepreneurs.

Florentinum, 2nd Floor
Na Florenci 15
110 00 Prague 1
Phone: + 420 277 009 937

Canadian Chamber of Commerce
The core function of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic is to help its members expand their business opportunities in the Czech Republic. It establishes platforms for its members to meet business and government leaders and senior experts, through numerous business, social, and sporting events, for example:

Business breakfasts with VIP guest speakers
Seminars & presentations
Business mixers
Sporting events (e.g. tennis and golf tournaments)
Canada Day, Canadian Thanksgiving, and Christmas celebrations and dinners

Alexandra Brabcová Executive Director
Národní 1009/3
110 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic
+420 777 400 900

Cyprus-Czech Republic Business Association
The Cyprus-Czech Republic Business Association was established in October 2008. It is in strong collaboration with the public and private sector and functions under the auspices of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry in order to promote and strengthen trade between Cyprus and the Czech Republic. It also supports the businesses that might benefit from a stronger and more organised economic collaboration between the two markets, especially now that both countries are members of the European Union.

The Association is supported in its efforts to promote trade between the two countries by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Cyprus, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry & Tourism of Cyprus, and other governmental and private institutions in Cyprus.

Members to the Association can be individuals and/or legal entities of Cypriot or Czech origin that have notable and distinguished contribution to the Business community.

Panayiotis Panayi
Executive Secretary
Cyprus-Czech Republic Business Association
Tel. +357 22 889708
Fax. +357 22667593

is the biggest employers association of the Czech Republic,
consists of 28 collective members and 121 direct member members, altogether about 1550 companies with nearly 800 000 employees,
is a voluntary, non-political and non-governmental organization that brings together employers and enterprises in the Czech Republic,
participates in shaping the economic and social policy of the Czech Government in order to create optimal conditions for business development in the country,
represents Czech employers and enterprises at international organizations.

Freyova 948/11
190 00 Prag 9
Operator - Reception: +420 225 279 111+420 225 279 111
Fax: +420 266 721 690

Czech Irish Business Association
The Czech Irish Business Association was founded in 1995 an a non-profit organisation. Its purpose is to provide a networking platform for Irish, Czech and indeed all international friends of the Irish community in the Czech Republic. The generous donation of our sponsors enable us to arrange business, social and cultural events throughout the year, which aim to be informative as well as entertaining. They also offer our members a great opportunity to meet, whether for business or pleasure, and these events are an invaluable networking platform for new members.In 2012, CIBA became CIBCA, the Czech Irish Business and Cultural Association. The change of name reflects that as well as being a platform for business for the Irish and international communities in The Czech Republic, CIBCA understand that culture has always been very important for the Irish Community and is dedicated to providing, and supporting, cultural events in The Czech Republic.CIBCA also supports and raises funds for various charities in the Czech Republic.

Trziste 13
118 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic

Association of Business Service Leaders
Business Services is one of the largest employers in the country and is growing every year as new companies come to appreciate the benefits of setting up their operations in this country. The Czech Republic is the second largest country for Business Services in CEE - and there is strong competition from other countries in this space.

The Association of Business Service Leaders in the Czech Republic (ABSL) has formed to give the business services industry a common voice to help shape its environment and destiny.

ABSL Members include companies which conduct business in the area of Shared Services Centre (SSC), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO), Research and Development (R&D) and companies contributing to the sector's growth.

The Association is aligned with the success of ABSL in Poland and Romania, which have been at the vanguard of the growth in Business Services over the last 5 years and is one of the most significant member associations in the region.

Association of Business Service Leaders
in the Czech Republic
Hvezdova 1734/2c
140 00 Prague 4
Czech Republic