3/4/2011

CBCC Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the CBCC took place on Monday 28th February 2011 at the offices of UHY, chaired by Ladislav Hornan



The Annual General Meeting of the CBCC took place on Monday 28th February 2011 at the offices of UHY.

Members were welcomed by Ladislav Hornan, Chairman, who then went on the present progress made during the last year. He also introduced Pavel Bobek, the new Head of Economic & Commercial section of the Czech Embassy.

There then followed an election of the Executive Committee when John Littleton, Roman Orlik and Alexei Schreier stepped down and Irena Edwards, Vera Koubkove and Tsvia Vorley were elected.

Silvia Busniakova from the BCC in Prague presented on the current structure and activities of the Chamber and introduced guests to the Chamber magazine ‘Focus’. The CBCC has been given space in one of the issues.

The rest of the meeting included an updated on communication and the CBCC website from Martin Kejval, events from Ladislav on behalf of Alexei and discussions initiated by Irena on membership.

Finally the fee structure for the CBCC was presented by Ladislav and agreed by the Committee.


10/12/2019
Annual Dinner 4 December 2019

Join us for the 11th Annual Dinner taking place in one of the most glamorous hotels in London, The May Fair Hotel.
More here

6/17/2019
UK-CSEE Chambers' informal summer networking

Join us for this fabulous event on 4 July!
More here

3/12/2019
The Czech British Chamber of Commerce joins COBCOE

The Czech British Chamber of Commerce has become a member of the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe.
More here

11/27/2018
CBCC member interview - Jana Tyrer, Managing Director, mmcité 11 Ltd

On ‘street furniture’, upcycling, smart design, giving manufacturing scraps a new purpose, tough competition and so much more…
More here

10/20/2018
CBCC member interview - Petra O’Connell, Chair, Czech School without Borders London

On her journey from banking to education, the purpose of the Czech School without Borders, bringing ‘all things Czech’ into the curriculum, aspirations and so much more…
More here

More news