The Czech covid industry store will open with the Helpful Art in Covid exhibition on May 3 in the Kotva department store in Prague 1.
Deadlines for submitting products to the commission:
Every weekday from May 10 from 10 am to 4 pm at the same address.
4th floor in OD Kotva, náměstí Republiky 656/8, 110 00 Prague 1
A shop with Czech protective equipment, against Covid-19, opens in the Kotva Department store.
It is the first opportunity to present Czech companies in a comprehensive way on the market, so far there are only two stores of this kind in the world, namely in Los Angeles and Tokyo.
The exposition in Kotva is complemented by the touring “Helpful Art in Covid” exhibition.
Prague - A unique “anti-Covid-19” shop opens on the 4th floor of the Kotva Department store in Prague 1 - a place where it is possible to find cutting-edge technologies used by Czech companies and designers to protect citizens against Covid-19 in the last year. The 800 m² exposition was realised with the support of Generali, one of the largest global insurance and asset management providers, and the Kotva Department store.
Czech companies from the Association of the Nanotechnology Industry of the Czech Republic and others, such as Pardam Nano4fibers, Good mask, Palmapure, Royax, Kříž, Kubíček, Janka Radotín, as well as Ego Zlín and Linet, responded to the call. Czech Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing (ÚNMZ) and Czech Agency for Standardization (ČAS) also took part. You can also choose facemasks from Czech designers - Ester Geislerová and Josefína Bakošová, Pavel Beneš, Martina Nevařilová - Navarila and others.
Students from the specialisation Innovative Business / Tiimiakatemia Prague at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague are actively involved in the store operations.
The space was established thanks to a joint call from Pavel Šťastný, author of the project and “Helpful Art in Covid” exhibition, Tomáš Vrbík, Secretary of the Czech Chamber of Commerce Office and Marek Svoboda, Head of the Department of Economic Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"Luciano Cirinà, CEO of Generali CEE Holding, based in Prague,
stated: “We are proud to support this space and the “Helpful Art in Covid” project. Through this initiative we can express our gratitude to the health workers and all those who have been standing in the front line during the Covid-19 pandemic. We, Generali, and the authors of this project have a common goal – to mitigate the devastating effects of the Coronavirus pandemic and together contribute to a recovery of our society.”
A space to showcase Czech Republic cutting-edge technologies.