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České Budějovice, 20 April 2018: Moore Stephens, through its two South Bohemian offices, supported the JIHOCZECH regional public tender for the best business plan.
The competition was announced by South Bohemian Science and Technology Park, a.s. and will be held under the auspices of the South Bohemian Region. Besides Moore Stephens, project partners include the Czechoslovak Commercial Bank, the South Bohemian Chamber of Commerce, CzechInvest – České Budějovice Regional Office, the Písek Technology Centre, the South Bohemian Agency for Agency for the Support of Innovative Entrepreneurship, Business for Breakfast, partner Kiss Radio.
“The competition began with a challenge to make good entrepreneurial ideas, both for novice and seasoned entrepreneurs, who wish to take their activities in a new direction,” says Lenka Chrobočková, coordinator of South Bohemian Science and Technology Park. “Thirty-eight ideas were entered into the competition.”
The finals, which took place on Friday, 20 April 2018 in České Budějovice, ranked the 10 best business plans. First prize went to Leoš Kubíček from BCF with project title VIRTUAL LAB by Holistic Management. The project addresses the unique interconnection of psychology and virtual reality in personal transformation, health, overcoming fears and improving performance at work and in sport. In addition to financial rewards, the creators of the top three projects also received free rental of offices or meeting rooms in JVTP, expert advice and a marketing campaign on Kiss Radio.
Marta Krčálová, a tax advisor at Moore Stephens (right), presented the third place prize in the JIHOCZECH competition for start-ups and other businesses.