Optimism and Prosperity: Tecnocap participates in the Italian and Czech Business Potential & Possibility Event
As part of the significant summit “Italian and Czech Business Potential & Possibility,” organized by the Italian-Czech Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Czech Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Tecnocap contributed to the discussion on the future of the Czech economy.
During the event, the President of the Italian-Czech Chamber of Commerce, Danilo Manghi, emphasized the importance of Italian investments in the country and the significant role of leading Italian companies already present in the Czech market. He particularly highlighted the importance of strategic infrastructure, the labor market, and schools, on which the Czech government will need to intensify its efforts in the path towards growth and economic development.
The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Edvard Kožušník, highlighted the strong economic ties between Italy and the Czech Republic, emphasizing the presence of the solid Italian business community on Czech territory since the ’90s. The Deputy Minister also confirmed the prominent role attributed to Italy by the current government led by Petr Fiala, describing it as one of the countries that contributes the most to economic development and technological innovation in the Czech Republic.
Tecnocap proudly participates in all initiatives that promote collaboration and positive exchange between Italian and Czech companies, actively contributing to strengthening the economic and commercial relations between the two countries.
Alfonso D’Agostino, CEO of the Tecnocap’s Czech plant, was present at the event as a representative of the Tecnocap Group, a metal packaging operator active in the Czech territory for over two decades with a significant path of technological and employment growth.
D’Agostino emphasized the importance of enhancing transport infrastructure at all levels, improving the employment framework, and maintaining competitiveness in energy prices to ensure economic stability for the Country. He also rejected the recent characterization of the Czech economy as the “sick man of Europe,” previously reported by an analysis from the German newspaper Die Welt, related to the post-pandemic European market.