TAIWAN Business.EU l institucions l agencies Czech Republic. Apart from ŠKODA cars, which are the Czech Republic’s main export item, the areas of energy, medicine, bio- and nano-technologies and aviation may well become interesting opportunities for trade co-operation for Czech companies (Source: BusinessInfo.cz). Czech companies, which took part in the event on the joint stand provided by the Technology Centre of the CAS – MEDIATRADE s.r.o., Riocath Trade, a.s. and MEDIQTECH a.s. – have made many contacts which have the potential to launch co-operation within the business, technology or research areas. Another company which participated in this delegation and took part in the European Delegation, but had its own stand, was the LINET s.r.o. company. The exhibition has ended and any concrete co-operation between partners who met there now depends on the post-exhibition activities by the participating companies. The Technology Centre of the CAS and TAITRA will both provide further support in the development of co-operation between Czech and Taiwanese compa-
nies through the Enterprise Europe Network services. An example of such support is the follow-up business delegation to the Healthcare+EXPO 2019 which is planned for this December or the possible participation in the next MEDICAL exhibition, which are both being prepared with the aim of supporting other Czech companies that may be interested in this destination or in further development of already established partnerships.
us now so that we can give you information about other delegations into this country well in advance. Radka Hávová, Petr Hladík (Technology Centre of the CAS)
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The Enterprise Europe Network is a global network that has been supporting international co-operation in the fields of business, technology and research for over ten years. It is active in over 60 countries worldwide. Services provided by the EEN are brought to Czech companies via a consortium of six organisations co-ordinated by the Technology Centre of the CAS and are free of charge as they are financed by the European Commission from the COSME programme and by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.