Hospitality à la Central Europe

Posted on 14. July 2015 by Lukáš Fúčela Most of the Central European nations, especially the countries of the Visegrad Group (Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia), have a tradition of greeting their guests with bread and salt upon arrival. Because of this common gesture of hospitality, we consider ourselves as welcoming nations. Unfortunately, this … Continue reading Hospitality à la Central Europe

10 survival messages for (young) entrepreneurs

Posted on 06. May 2014 by Lukáš Fúčela Are you thinking about surfing on the great start-up wave but you’re not sure if you would be able to survive in the high tide? Don’t be afraid to miss the comfort of having a steady job! The advice from experienced entrepreneurs at the Ronda Forum on Education … Continue reading 10 survival messages for (young) entrepreneurs

Brown stain on the map of Slovakia

Posted on 24. November 2013 by Lukáš Fúčela When I logged into Facebook this morning it resembled a situation after a major sport success of a national team. The whole “wall” was full of comments and articles on a single topic – a brown stain in the political map of Slovakia after the regional elections. Everybody … Continue reading Brown stain on the map of Slovakia

Will frogs from Athens settle down also in Košice?

Posted on 06. February 2013 by Lukáš Fúčela I couldn’t resist myself to write also some of my thoughts on the controversies connected with European Capital of Culture project in Košice (Slovakia) after reading latest Marta’s blog on this project in Marseille. The project of European Capital of Culture is well-known and also watched by general … Continue reading Will frogs from Athens settle down also in Košice?

Are you (un) employed? Check what you have studied!

Posted on 12. December 2012 by Lukáš Fúčela As my FutureLab Fellow Juliane Sarnes has mentioned in her recent blog the European Commission proposed a package of measures „Youth Employment Package“ to help to find the solution for almost one quarter of young Europeans who are currently unemployed. I definitely appreciate such initiatives which are trying to … Continue reading Are you (un) employed? Check what you have studied!