AmCham Slovakia


AmCham in the Media - April 2021

As we do every month, we would like to inform you about some of the most important AmCham media appearances.    

On April 1, a large interview and article were published with Gabriel Galgóci in business magazine INDEX (print and online), where he spoke about trends in the BSC sector in Slovakia.

  • Service centers - we have the future - the question is whether in Slovakia (online)

  • What digital factories live (online)

On April 8, the AISlovakIA - Center for Artificial Intelligence, where AmCham is a founding member, introduced the internationally accredited Elements of AI education program. In this context, a virtual press conference was organized and these media outlets were recorded:,,,,,,, and Rádio RTVS. In addition, Gabriel Galgóci, chairman of the CUI Board of Directors, was a guest in the RTVS Ránne správy. The training program was subsequently introduced in a few days on April 20 through a Google press conference, as it is also included in its training platforms:,

On April 17, the portal published an extensive interview with Mária Bieliková on artificial intelligence, which also mentions the Center for Artificial Intelligence.

The Slovak Spectator published two articles, originally featured in our Connection Magazine: On April 6, an article by Martin Maštalír was published - Turning Slovakia’s brain drain into brain gain and on April 27, an article by Tibor Lörincz was published - R&D in Slovakia: Peanuts and Monkeys.

On April 14, AmCham issued a press release calling on the Government of the Slovak Republic to make a predictable, transparent and effective implementation of the Plan for the Restoration and Resilience of the Slovak Republic:,,,,,,,,,,

On April 15, 2020, AmCham organized the third annual Women in Business conference focusing on women in STEM fields. The successful event was widely covered by media partners:,, PRAVDA – print, PRAVDA – print,,,, TA3,,,,,,,
Ronald Blaško joined TREND BAROMETER and answered questions on April 19 - Are you worried that central bank policy will lead to higher inflation? (print and online)

In connection with an expert webinar on how the private sector can help combating violence against women taking place on 30 March, media also paid attention to this topic later on in April: TA3 (April 1),,

On April 30, we contributed to the HN daily on cyber security, based on the address of the National Security Office.