Trade successfully with the
Czech Republic




With many established markets still troubled by economic woes, austerity and falling demand, businesses are increasingly turning their attention to emerging markets for new sales opportunities. To support businesses in this venture, Atradius is publishing a series of reports on trading successfully with some of the world’s leading emerging markets.

Trade successfully with the Czech Republic”, the tenth in the series, looks at ten principles that those seeking to expand their sales strategy into the Czech Republic should follow to avoid the many pitfalls of trading in untried territory.

  1. Take advantage of the Czech Republic’s location
  2. Get a foothold in the market
  3. Don’t forget you’ll need to get a business or trade licence
  4. Make sure that the price is right
  5. Can you contribute to the Czech Republic’s export drive?
  6. Understand the business culture in meetings and negotiations
  7. Get yourself noticed…advertise!
  8. Comply with the Czech competition laws
  9. Avoid lengthy legal action
  10. Protect your bottom line

The report is also available in German, Italian, Dutch, French, Flemish, and Polish.

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