The founder of European Centre for Career Education Tomáš Hülle was speaking last week on the START-UP KLUB Business Ples 2018. He presented his experience and knowledge on how to innovate in a conservative business atmosphere. In Czech language, the topic was “Jak inovovat v konzervativním business prostředí?”
See with whom he shared the stage here.
You can read more about his background and detailed profile shared from the official page of the event:
Founder of European Centre for Career Education and the President of Czech China Entrepreneurs Forum. Tomas acted additionally also as the CEO of First Eastern Co. (investment boutique company), as a counsel at Co-Effort law firm, founder of Prague Summer School on International Business Transactions. He has been still a lecturer at Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University. He graduated from Faculty of Law, Masaryk University and completed his postgraduate study at the same school. Tomas participated as an expert group member at work for UNCITRAL in the area of e-commerce and online dispute resolution. He is also a member of many international professional NGOs. In the past, Tomas worked for top-tier international law firms and was also in charge of business legal analysis at Economic Daily (Hospodářské noviny) and The Economist (Ekonom) in the Czech Republic. Tomas delivered speeches and lectures at Oxford University, London School of Economics in Great Britain, Arizona State University and John Marshall Law School in the USA and many leading law schools in China, including Peking University or Tsinghua University. He is a co-author of several books and numerous academic or business/analytical articles.