In a world where consumers’ preferences are governed by a racing lifestyle and an increasing number of technological solutions that are built to support it, gaining competitive advantage through simplicity became the new crucial requirement for any company.
Accace, one of the main outsourcing and advisory companies active in Central and Eastern Europe, is introducing Adrian Soltan, the new Accounting Manager designated for the Romanian branch. Adrian has more than 8 years of experience in managing accounting systems and corporate finance projects, at both local and international levels. His years of experience on executive positions include 5 years in well-known companies such as PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The Czech Trade Promotion Agency/CzechTrade, an institution established by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, is organizing on April 16, 2014, the seminar “Doing business in Germany”.
As part of its expansion strategy, Accace proudly announces opening of its office in London. “London is a leading worldwide city and our newly incorporated branch brings us even closer of attaining global geographical footprint with the support of our Clients and trusted partners. We have many Clients with head office in the United Kingdom and with this step; we plan to be even closer to them and to support their expansion via our network” says Petra Ftorkova, Regional Director.
Following the recent worldwide expansion, Accace has finalized in the second quarter of the year the structure of its management team, at both group and local level, which has an impact on the Romanian branch as well.
We are pleased to announce that Peter Pašek – a valuable member of Accace for almost 7 years - took over the Managing Director duties of Accace’ s Slovak branch. Peter previously held the Head of Advisory position at Accace, where he was responsible for managing the tax and corporate services department. Peter contributed significantly to promoting Accace’s position on the consultancy services market in Slovakia and international level.
Entrepreneurs representing various industries in Slovak Republic have attended on the 15th of May the seminar “Doing business in Romania”, organized by the Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) in cooperation with the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO), Banska Bystrica county, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic (MFA), Eximbanka SR and Accace.