The Ministry of Industry and Trade has a new leadership. From today on, Marta Nováková is the head of the Ministry. She was appointed by the Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, who wished former President of the Union of Trade and Tourism of the Czech Republic much success and thanked her predecessor, Tomáš Hüner, for his work.
Priorities of the new Minister of Industry and Trade include reducing bureaucracy, deciding on the completion of nuclear blocks or strengthening the field of trade and services.
“I come to the Ministry of Industry and Trade with a clear vision of supporting the business environment I proceed from. I also want to strengthen the service sector, which has a direct impact not only on consumers. I consider energy to be a key issue where the state energy policy must be implemented consistently” says Marta Nováková, Minister of Industry and Trade, adding: “I would also like to focus on Industry 4.0 and the trends associated with this phenomenon. I have a clear idea on how to use a modern technology to reduce bureaucratic burdens, both in relation to entrepreneurs and citizens.”
The new Minister of Industry and Trade graduated from the VSB – Technical University of Ostrava and has a management certificate from Sheffield Hallam, UK. She first worked in the private sector, and since 1991 she has been doing business. In 2014, she was elected President of the Union of Trade and Tourism of the Czech Republic, and since 2015, she works in leading positions of the Chamber of Commerce, lastly as Vice-President. She was the winner of the Businesswoman Year Awards 2016, and became the Manager of the Year 2016 in the category big business companies.
Marta Nováková speaks English and Russian. She has two adult children. She is not a member of any political party.
Source: Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic
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