It can be difficult to define a common approach to business attire in the Czech republic and will probably depend on the type of business you are dealing with.
On the whole, unless dealing with finance institutions or law firms, business dress tends to be relatively informal with ties and jackets not obligatory.
Always check in advance before travelling if you are not sure of the correct dress code and remember to factor in seasonal changes as winters can be hard and summers hot.
Written and Produced by Keith Warburton
This country profile has been produced to give a short overview of some of the key concepts to bear in mind when doing business with contacts in the Czech Republic. It is intended to be an aid to business people who have commercial dealings with counterparties in the country but should not be seen as an exhaustive guide to this topic or as a substitute for more substantial research should there be a need.
With this in mind, we have covered the areas which are key to a better understanding of the cultural mindset underpinning business dealings in the Czech Republic and which are, quite often, extremely different from the approach and thought processes associated with business in other parts of the world.
Therefore this briefing note is broken into short, bite-sized sections on the following topics: