After the revolution, an embarrassment of niches

Christie, M.B.
October 1996
Inc.;Oct96, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p20
Opinion. Relates the author's thoughts on business opportunities in the Czech Republic. The author's company, Resources, and its core product; Prague attracting hundreds of novice entrepreneurs; Many entrepreneurs quitting due to lack of focus or lack of employees; The tough competition in every field; Challenges of bureaucracy, the accounting system, high taxes, and language; How Prague has changed since Resources published its first directory.


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