Regionální hospodářská komora Brno


The Brno City is modern business and industrial centre in Czech Republic. There are more than 105 000 business entities in Brno and there are lots of industrial zones and business centres. Brno is sometimes called as a Silicon Valley of the Middle Europe because it is focused to innovation. The entrepreneurs can use industry incubators and services for innovation support.

The Brno City is a centre of Czech justice; there are two highest institutions in Czech system of law - Constitutional Court, Supreme Court.

International trade fairs held in the Brno Exhibition Centre showcase the Czech economy, its important sectors, and are a platform for development of international trade and exports. BVV Trade Fairs Brno Co. (Veletrhy Brno, a.s.), is the leading organizer of international trade fairs tailored to the needs of the Czech economy and its industrial sectors represented by the respective business associations.


Co-operation with South Moravian Institutions

Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC) is a centre of scientific excellence in sciences dealing with living nature and advanced materials and technologies. Its main mission is to build a significant European centre of science and scholarship, providing an excellent environment and background facilities for the best scientists.

International Clinical Research Centre - St. Anne’s University Hospital Brno is a strategic project of Czech Republic in areas of applied research development, education, public healthcare and the knowledge economy.

Technology transfer office at the Brno University of Technology plays a crucial role within the University. Founded in 2002, the Department is currently expanding its operations, especially to handle projects aimed to promote cooperation between the University and businesses.

South Moravian Innovation Centre (JIC) assists innovative businesses, students with original ideas, researchers and inventors. JIC supports co-operation between industry and research laboratories. The Centre creates an environment for easier innovative entrepreneurship in South Moravia

Centres for Material Research (CMV) consists of two research programmes:

  • Inorganic materials: the objective is to create an instrumental and knowledge base for the silicates industry
  • Transport systems and sensors: preparation and property characterisation of systems for controlled or targeted transport of biologically active substances


Useful links:

Southern Moravia Region official website 

Southern Moravia Region 

The City of Brno

CzechInvest - Investment and Business Development Agency

Ministry of Industry and Trade 

Masaryk University in Brno 

Brno University of Technology

Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry Brno

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