DBM – Partners in Public Relations and Public Affairs

DBM has been providing public relations and public affairs services in the Czech Republic and Slovakia since 1991. Over two hundred major Czech, Slovak and multinational companies have been served by the Prague-based PR agency since.

Creative approach based on ethical principles and truthful facts is the key to business success of our clients. The agency uses a wide range of PR tools from press releases to modern marketing solutions represented by digital communications or integrated social media campaigns.

DBM’s scope of services covers, but is not limited to strategic communications consulting, crisis and reputation management, communications surveys, media training, press office services including print and electronic media monitoring and analysis as well as reputation building services for corporations and individuals.

Managers celebrated IWD at the All About Women festival

March 2, 2017 - In total, 349 women, mostly managers of 96 Czech and Slovak companies, met for the third time to celebrate International Women's Day at the All About Women festival (Všem ženám), this time on the recently refurbished Balabenka industrial premises in Prague. A full day debate and individual discussions covered topics that matter to women today. Beauty, human personality, life purpose and happiness and other topics were presented by over 20 guests including Tomáš Klus, Radim Passer, Michal Viewegh, Michaela Karsten, Barbora Nesvadbová and others. The festival serves as inspiration for modern and self-confident women. Its founder, Petra Janíčková, is president of the Business Leaders Forum.

Janota is the best post 1989 Finance Minister

March 2, 2017 - In the survey, conducted on the occasion of the 15th annual CFA Society Forecasting Dinner 2017, Eduard Janota was selected the best post 1989 Finance Minister. Only one-fifth (20.5%) of the respondents from the financial sector believe that the CNB will end its currency intervention later than mid-2017, more than two-fifths (43.0%) expect the exit earlier. The majority of those polled (56.8%) believe that the coalition cabinet has failed to fulfill most of its pre-election pledges. These are the key findings of the survey in which a total of 1,593 respondents took part in. The invitation was extended to 8,855 individuals (18%) including members of the CFA Society CR, readers of the electronic bulletin The Fleet Sheet‘s Final Word published by Erik Best and leading figures of the Czech business and financial sector. You can find a completed final report here.



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