Published at: 2017-05-05 12:04 | Author: Nina Fibigerová
Employers in the city are scrambling to snap up local talent as investors continue to pour in
Brno has developed into one of the most popular destinations for shared service centers in the Czech Republic. Demand, however, is outstripping supply not just of Brno’s stock of available new office space but of its human resources as well. In 2017, just 17,000 sqm of new office completions are expected to come on-line in Brno. In 2016, more than 40,000 sqm hit the market, but nearly 63,000 sqm were leased, just 25 percent of which came in the form of renegotiations. IT companies have been at t...

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