Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Prague as a leading authority on technology, demographics and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Wenceslas Square Hotel & Convention Centre on Václavské náměstí, the Kongresové centrum Praha on května, the Radison Blu Alcron Hotel Prague on Štěpánská, the Prague Congress Center on Na Pankráci or some other convention space in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Prague has many conference facilities, including:
- Centrum Kongresowe Praga on 5 Kvetna
- Clarion Congress Hotel Prague on Freyova 33
- Holiday Inn Prague Congress Centre on Na Pankraci
- Prague Marriott Hotel on V Celnici 8
- Hotel Olsanka on Taboritska
- Other meeting spaces in Kladno, Mlada Boleslav and Melnik
General Information about Prague, Czech Republic, for Meeting Planners
Home to over 1.3 million people, Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic. It is a famous tourist destination, attracting over 4.1 million visitors each year. It’s the sixth most visited city in Europe and is located in the northwestern side of the Czech Republic. As a global city, several international companies have set up large offices in Prague, including Siemens and Honeywell. The city also hosts different conference venues such as the Grand Majestic Plaza and the Holiday Inn Prague Congress Centre, The annual Forum 2000 Conference is held in Prague each year.
2014 Business Conventions in Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is hosting hundreds of conferences during 2014. Kenes International will host Biennial Meeting of the European Society for Immunodeficiencies, from October to November at Prague Congress Center. European Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, hosted by Guarant International will take place in October at Prague Congress Center. In October this year, European Congress of Neurosurgery, hosted by Kenes International will take place at a venue yet to be announced. Future Soldier Exhibition & Conference, hosted by Progress Partners Advertising, S.R.O. will take place in October at PVA Letnany – Prague Exhibition Center Letnany, Beranovych.
2013 Business Conferences in Prague, Czech Republic
Prague will host numerous conferences next year including the 2013 CEESA Conference “Reinventing Schools” of the International School of Prague Central and Eastern European Schools Association, which will take place at the Diplomat Hotel Prague in March next year. Also, the QNANO Conference 2013: 2nd QNano Integrating Conference will be held in February at IMG Conference Centre in Prague. Moreover, WONCA2013: 20th World Conference of the Czech Society of General Practice and Czech Medical Association will be held in June at the Prague Congress Centre, whereas the 48th Congress: 22nd Biennial IPSO Conference of the International Psychoanalytical Association will be held at Hilton Prague Hotel in August.
Prague Food Choices for Convention Attendees
While attending a business conference in Prague, Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia), experience the local flavors at famous restaurants in the city like Staročeská Krčma, V Zátiší, Chudoba, and U Matěje Kotrby. Staročeská Krčma (Phone: 224-321-505) at VP Čkalova 15 Dejvice is a traditional Czech tavern with an old-fashioned country cottage setting. V Zátiší (Phone: 222-221-155) at Liliová 1 is known for upscale interpretations of old-fashioned Czech dishes like crispy roast duckling with red cabbage and herb dumplings. Chudoba (Phone: 222-250-624) at Vinohradská 67 Vinohrady serves a fusion of Czech and Continental dishes like roast duck and goulash combined with pork ribs and meat fondue. U Matěje Kotrby (Phone: 224-930-768) at Křemencova 17 is a local pub serving Czech beer snacks like utopenci (sausage pickled in vinegar) and libová tlačenka (pork brawn).
Prague Attractions for Conference Delegates
Prague has a host of popular tourist attractions that are definitely worth visiting after your conference is finished, including Old Town, the Lobkowicz Palace, the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. One of the oldest cities in the world, Prague has maintained its history in Old Town, built during the 13th century. It features an Astronomical Clock among other notable heritage structures. Enjoy the art collection of the Lobkowicz Palace that houses some rare manuscripts from both Beethoven and Mozart, as well as rare paintings, musical instruments and decorative artifacts. You’ll feel like your walking through a fairy tale by visiting the Prague Castle over the Vltava River, showcasing Bohemian Baroque architecture. You can even simply take a stroll across the beautiful Charles Bridge that connects the city.