A growing number of Czech companies are aware of the need to have a profile on the Internet and be active on social networks, the ctk news agency reports. The results of a poll indicate that thirty four percent of Czech firms now have a profile on the web, up from 15 percent just three years ago.
Eighty-three percent of firms with ten or more employees present their activities on the Internet which is double the number compared to the year 2,000. Even so Czech companies are still lagging behind other EU member states in this respect. Among the most active are travel agencies, companies engaged in the tourist industry, real estate and media companies.
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