City of Pardubice
Pardubice is the regional capital of the Pardubice Region. It is located approximately 100 km east of Prague and 20 km from Hradec Králové. According to the population it is the 10th largest city in the Czech Republic. It is an industrial centre of the Eastern Bohemia – the main industrial branches include chemistry, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering – but also a university town, seat of the University of Pardubice.
City of Hradec Králové
Hradec Králové, known also as the “Salon of the Republic”, is the capital of the Hradec Králové Region. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Labe and Orlice, it has a rich history and is proud of its unique architecture. This university town has nearly 100 000 inhabitants and belongs to significant tourist destinations.
CzechInvest, the Investment and Business Development Agency, is a state organization which helps strengthen the competitiveness of the Czech economy through its support of small and medium-sized businesses, business infrastructure and innovations and through acquiring foreign investments in the field of production as well as services.
Energy Technical Innovation Cluster (Energeticko-technický inovační klastr, z.s.; ETIK)
The Energy Technical Innovation Cluster is an association of companies which create conditions for the maximum use of synergies of the production and development potential in technical fields. Its main goals include creation of a high-quality membership base in as many interconnected fields as possible.