On July 22, 2014 Slovak President Andrej Kiska visited Poland where he participated in an informal meeting with the Honorary Consuls of the Slovak Republic as well as with the most successful Slovak companies operating in Poland.
Accace, one of the leading outsourcing and business advisory companies in Central and Eastern Europe, saw a 20% increase in turnover in Romania after the first six months of this year, compared to the same period of 2013, reaching approximately 700,000 euro. The business increase is mainly due to the trend of outsourcing accounting and payroll services by multinational companies operating on the local market, a dynamic that will increase in the next period.
We are pleased to inform you about establishment of Accace Legal o.z in Slovakia. By establishment of our own law office and adding full range legal services to our portfolio we aim to provide a unique combination of legal, tax, accounting, payroll and corporate services under one roof.
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”.
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.
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