Regional Development and Tourism

The Moravian-Silesian Region organises activities to support regional development in  areas related to promoting business activities and the competitiveness of firms, investment opportunities, an innovation-based economy, education including support for universities, to the development of industrial zones and the revitalisation of brownfields and the development of the municipalities in the Moravian-Silesian Region.

This support includes, for example, grants from the Regional Budget, constructing new industrial zones, supporting the revitalisation of brownfields and in addition by financing projects from EU funds, promoting business opportunities in the Moravian-Silesian Region, communicating with potential investors and a variety of educational events and competitions for municipalities, businesses and research organisations.

The activities that the Moravian-Silesian Region are already carrying out are listed in two strategic documents: the Strategy of Development of the Moravian-Silesian Region and the Regional Innovation Strategy.

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A record-breaking number of tourists arrived last year in the Moravian and Silesian Region Year 2016 set new records in visitor numbers for the Moravian and Silesian Region (MSR). According to the Czech Statistical Office, 822 875 visitors stayed at the region’s accommodation facilities, which is an increase of almost 50 thousand compared to the previous year. The number of nights spent in the region also increased.
The region’s tourism had a good year, the number of guests in accommodation services…
The Moravian-Silesian Region presented itself at a UN conference
The Moravian-Silesian Region presented itself at a UN conference A presentation by Miroslav Novák, Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region, launched a panel discussion on the Region's potential and the significant changes that have occurred here over the past 25 years. The debate, which was also attended by representatives of major companies in the Region, was held as part of the accompanying programme of the UN Habitat III Conference. This prestigious event, the central theme of which is living in viable cities, was held at the Prague Congress Centre from 16 to 18 March.
MSR Governor Miroslav Novák introduced the Moravian-Silesian Region as a dynamic region turning…
Investor to offer jobs in industrial zone
Investor to offer jobs in industrial zone The Swedish Mölnlycke Health Care has symbolically started the construction of a new factory in the area of the former Dukla mine in Havířov.
The factory will produce disposable surgical sets and will offer new jobs. The construction of the…
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The Moravian-Silesian Region’s visiting rate reached record numbers last year According to the Czech Statistical Office, 775,061 people visited the Moravian-Silesian Region in 2015.
This is a record number of visitors, which rose by more than ten per cent compared to 2014. Nearly…
Inovačního oskara 2015 získal původem garážový start-up z Kopřivnice
Innovation Oscar Won By Kopřivnice Garage Start-up This year’s Innovation Oscar for innovative small and medium-sized enterprises was awarded to LumiTRIX s.r.o. for their unique video-mapping projector for outdoor use, whose technical, software and design solutions make it unique in the world.
LumiTRIX was founded in 2012 and its first home was a house’s garage. A group of friends taking…
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Strategy for Development of the Moravian-Silesian Region in 2009-2020 The Strategy for Development of the Moravian-Silesian Region in 2009-2020 (hereinafter the “Strategy”) has been prepared as a mid-term strategic…
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Regional Innovation Strategy for the Moravian-Silesian Region in 2010-2020 In relation to preparations by the Czech Republic and Moravian-Silesian Region for the new EU programme period 2014+, the Moravian-Silesian Region has…

Moravian-Silesian Region

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