As central European countries have grown richer and richer after the end of communism in 1989, we have witnessed a big trend that most people no longer want to work manually. It is safe to say there is a nice flywheel between the fact that local people are shifting from the secondary manufacturing sector into the tertiary service sector and the increased wealth connected to economic growth.

Businesses in industries such as manufacturing, construction, agriculture etc. … are very important for the country’s economy. So where do they find the needed workforce, when local people are drifting away from this…

Karel Zheng

Founder at Accomango, Background in Mathematics, Consulting (BCG), Venture Capital (Enern Investments) & Startups

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