• Since our foundation in 1990, we have been providing complex strategic one-stop shop services.

  • We rely on partners and a senior team as well as personal involvement of our founders with their own successful experience.

  • As part of our individual approach, we implement customized and often exceptional solutions.

  • Thanks to the global reach, our presence goes beyond the Czech and Slovak borders.


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We are a premier Czech-Slovak consulting group with strong ties to Austria. Over the past 30 years, we have become one of the best-known and most frequently recommended one-stop-shop Central European boutique consultancies with global reach delivering complex Strategic Leadership, Management and Public Policy services.

Through our consulting teams active within global partnerships and networks we manage to keep a finger on the pulse of latest developments and thus offer proven experience combined with innovative expertise in and beyond the central European region.

We have many clients including international companies, Czech and Slovak companies, investors, private holdings, family businesses, as well as the public and non-profit sector. Our consulting teams are committed to creating mutually beneficial partnerships and building long-term relationships.


Articles & Studies

There is never enough of quality people

Mario Fondati, Partner, Amrop Slovakia

The recent economic crisis has affected one of the first industrial sector-sales, number of employees and number of businesses have been decreased. Companies have stopped any recruitment of employees; many plants were unable to avoid layoffs… How is the situation today, after almost three years? Read an article written by Mario Fondati, Partner of consulting company Amrop Slovakia and an interview with Ivana Pavelková, Head of Communication of company PSA Peugeot Citroën Slovakia who has got many years of experience with HR Management in manufacturing sector.

...careful preparation wins

Martin Húska, Director, Jenewein Slovakia

Public Procurement is often perceived by businessmen as a confusing and complicated area. As many businesses now have no other choice than to try to obtain contracts funded by state or government, respectively European sources, the recipe for success in this area is highly valued. For more information, read an article written by Martin Húska, Director for EU consulting in the consulting company Jenewein Slovakia.

Unexpected dawn-raid from Brussels

Patrik Zoltvány, Senior Partner, FIPRA Slovakia

Tough battle of the European Commission with cartels is a topic which all companies should address-not just the giants operating on several markets or the dominant local players, but also those companies that are convinced that this issue does not concern them at all... On possible consequences and recommended practices read the article by Patrik Zoltvány, Senior Partner of consulting company FIPRA Slovakia.

Retained and Contingency Executive Search: The Key Differences


The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) represents retained Executive Search consulting firms worldwide. Frequently asked questions often result from a lack of understanding of the different processes involved as between retained and contingency search. Here is a guide for your information supported by Amrop.

Employer Branding: A New Way to Attract and Retain Best Talent


Organisations around the globe are facing similar business challenges: the dificulty of attracting talent and retaining quality employees, a lack of employee loyalty, increased oversens competition, enhanced generational change and a ahortage of skilled candidates. More about this topic spoke in the article for Search-Consult (page 6-7), the International Executive Search Magazine, Günther Tengel, Managing Partner of Amrop Jenewein in Austria & Chairman Amrop CEE.

PAS Code of Ethics against unfair business


Following the implementation of the project Prevention of unfair business in which The Business Alliance of Slovakia investigated the most often used fraudulent practices in business and formulated 36 specific measures to eliminate them, the PAS Code of Ethics was created. JENEWEIN GROUP and companies of its portfolio have become one of the signatories and business subjects publicly expressing support in fight against frauds in business environment.

Amrop Interview: KBC - Focused on Growth


Amrop Partners Rafal Andrzejewski and Henk Slabbinck, Financial Services Practice Group leaders, talked with the head of the KBC Group Jan Vanhevel. The aim was to present a profile interview with banking and insurance group KBC Group, its strategy, growth and the transnational nature, with emphasis on the region of Central and Eastern Europe.

Automotive Landscape 2025 - Opportunities & Challenges Ahead


In order to determine what trends, challenges and opportunities will be influencing the global automotive industry over the next fifteen years, the consultancy company Amrop in cooperation with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants conducted a study Automotive Landscape 2025-Opportunities & Challenges Ahead. The result of their work is a lot of interesting findings regarding the future of the automotive industry. More information about the possibility of obtaining a copy of the study in a complete version can be found at the webpage www.amrop.de/shop.

Management of Employees' Performance


The next update of the book Management of Employees' Performance issued by publishing house Dr. Josef Raabe Slovakia is now available on the book market. It tackles the issues of evaluation, remuneration and motivation of employees. Experts from companies Amrop Slovakia and Jenewein Slovakia are among the authors of individual chapters. Within the current update of the book is also new contribution called Motivation through feedback written by Michal Lukáč, Consultant of the consulting company Amrop Slovakia.

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Competitive regions 21


Since July 2009 The Business Alliance of Slovakia worked on the project, which main goal was to analyze competitiveness of the districts in Slovakia, to highlight the competitive advantages and disadvantages of each district and to formulate basic recommendations for their intensive development. The result of this intensive research is the Index of regional business environment that ranks districts in Slovakia by the quality of the business environment. Collected parameters allow comparing the districts in detail and identifying their strengths and weaknesses.