More and more Czech women are opening their own e-shops, according to a survey by the company Shoptet, providing a platform for some 13,000 online stores. Citing the findings, every sixth e-shop on average is owned by a businesswoman rather than businessman, Czech Radio reports. For many, opening an online store begins from a hobby, anything from clothing for pets, to doll collecting or board games. Gradually, their passion becomes their business.
Karlovy Vary based Czech mineral and bottled waters giant Karlovarské Minerální Vody(KMV) recorded a turnover of 8.3 billion crowns (3.3 billion euros) in 2017, which is an increase by 12 percent on the previous year, the Czech News Agency reported on Thursday. The company achieved reached record results for the third consecutive year.
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